The Parent Communication Workshop                

  • Barriers to Good Parent/Child Communications
  • Addressing the “What If” Problem: (For example: “What if I don't know
    the answer.  What if they ask me a question I do not want to answer?”)
  • How to Be a Resource for Your Child
  • How to Stay Connected



                 Workshop for Mother/Caregiver & Daughter                                      
  • Overview of Puberty Changes – A Refresher Course
  • First Period – What to Expect
  • Staying Prepared
  • PMS



                Workshop for Father/Caregiver & Son                                                
  • How Boys & Girls Grow Differently Through Puberty
  • Body Types
  • Steroids
  • Health Concerns
  • Managing Anger
  • The 3 Rs
The Changing & Growing Family Program
for Parents and Caregivers
 Workshops are designed to:               
  • Help parents and caregivers engage
    in the health education process of
    their children.
  • Support the lessons and subjects
    covered in their children's health ed
    curriculum
  • Promote and validate the fact that
    parents/caregivers are a child's
    biggest influence.
  • Help schools relieve any parental
    anxiety associated with sexual
    education in schools.
  • Uniquely assist single parents who
    are raising children of the opposite
    sex.
Parents will learn how to:        
  • Understand the changes
    their child will experience
    as they grow from child to
    adult.
  • Be a resource for their
    child.
  • Effectively communicate
    with and manage their
    adolescent.
  • Establish strong bonds
    that will support them in
    the teen years.
Workshops and Sample Topics:
Program Focus:  
  • Provide parents with an opportunity to be part of their child’s
    introduction to puberty and sex education.
  • Promote the important role that parents play in their child’s
    development.
  • Teach how to identify opportunities for meaningful dialog and
    establish bonds with pre-teens.
  • Help parents help their children manage and deal with the
    overwhelming influence of the media on the pace and quality
    of their sex education.
    For information on our products, please contact:
    MaryAnn Keim, President   
    718 406 2169
    or email to  maryann@imallgirl.com