Mar
25
1:00 PM13:00

Triple P - Stepping Stones Seminar Series 3

Triple P (Positive Parenting Program) Stepping Stones is for parents raising a child with a disability. Stepping Stones tackles the most common issues for parents of children with an intellectual or physical disability. Joined with other parents, you will learn how to manage common problem behaviour and developmental issues.

Seminar Topics

March 11 - Positive Parenting for Children with Disability

March 18 - Helping your Child Reach Their Potential

March 25 - Changing Problem Behaviour into Positive Behaviour

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Mar
27
6:30 PM18:30

Bringing Baby Home: Great Relationships after Kids - Week 4

Big changes happen when children come along! Learning how to stay connected as a couple and finding healthy ways to solve problems are important to happy and healthy relationships that last. Take some time out to connect with your partner and practice skills that you can use for a lifetime. Based on the work of Dr. John and Julie Gottman.

This series of classes is ideal for expectant couples and couples with children 0-18 months. Babies not yet crawling are welcome to attend with their parents.

March 6: Staying connected with your partner

March 13: Your emotional bank account and being a good listener

March 20: The Four Steps of Constructive Problem Solving

March 27: Date Night! Preserving Intimacy and creating shared meaning as a couple

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Mar
20
6:30 PM18:30

Bringing Baby Home: Great Relationships after Kids - Week 3

Big changes happen when children come along! Learning how to stay connected as a couple and finding healthy ways to solve problems are important to happy and healthy relationships that last. Take some time out to connect with your partner and practice skills that you can use for a lifetime. Based on the work of Dr. John and Julie Gottman.

This series of classes is ideal for expectant couples and couples with children 0-18 months. Babies not yet crawling are welcome to attend with their parents.

March 6: Staying connected with your partner

March 13: Your emotional bank account and being a good listener

March 20: The Four Steps of Constructive Problem Solving

March 27: Date Night! Preserving Intimacy and creating shared meaning as a couple

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Mar
18
1:00 PM13:00

Triple P - Stepping Stones Seminar Series 2

Triple P (Positive Parenting Program) Stepping Stones is for parents raising a child with a disability. Stepping Stones tackles the most common issues for parents of children with an intellectual or physical disability. Joined with other parents, you will learn how to manage common problem behaviour and developmental issues.

Seminar Topics

March 11 - Positive Parenting for Children with Disability

March 18 - Helping your Child Reach Their Potential

March 25 - Changing Problem Behaviour into Positive Behaviour

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Mar
13
6:30 PM18:30

Bringing Baby Home: Great Relationships after Kids - Week 3

Big changes happen when children come along! Learning how to stay connected as a couple and finding healthy ways to solve problems are important to happy and healthy relationships that last. Take some time out to connect with your partner and practice skills that you can use for a lifetime. Based on the work of Dr. John and Julie Gottman.

This series of classes is ideal for expectant couples and couples with children 0-18 months. Babies not yet crawling are welcome to attend with their parents.

March 6: Staying connected with your partner

March 13: Your emotional bank account and being a good listener

March 20: The Four Steps of Constructive Problem Solving

March 27: Date Night! Preserving Intimacy and creating shared meaning as a couple

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Mar
11
1:00 PM13:00

Triple P - Stepping Stones Seminar Series 1

Triple P (Positive Parenting Program) Stepping Stones is for parents raising a child with a disability. Stepping Stones tackles the most common issues for parents of children with an intellectual or physical disability. Joined with other parents, you will learn how to manage common problem behaviour and developmental issues.

Seminar Topics

March 11 - Positive Parenting for Children with Disability

March 18 - Helping your Child Reach Their Potential

March 25 - Changing Problem Behaviour into Positive Behaviour

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Mar
6
6:30 PM18:30

Bringing Baby Home: Great Relationships after Kids - Week 1

Big changes happen when children come along! Learning how to stay connected as a couple and finding healthy ways to solve problems are important to happy and healthy relationships that last. Take some time out to connect with your partner and practice skills that you can use for a lifetime. Based on the work of Dr. John and Julie Gottman.

This series of classes is ideal for expectant couples and couples with children 0-18 months. Babies not yet crawling are welcome to attend with their parents.

March 6: Staying connected with your partner

March 13: Your emotional bank account and being a good listener

March 20: The Four Steps of Constructive Problem Solving

March 27: Date Night! Preserving Intimacy and creating shared meaning as a couple

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Mar
2
11:00 AM11:00

Science with Dad

It’s time to bring out your inner scientist! Dads bring your little ones and join The Hub for some science experiments and messy fun! Food to be provided. FREE.

Location:

Anzac Rec Centre

237 Stony Mountain Road

Anzac, AB T0P 1J0

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Feb
9
10:00 AM10:00

Parent Advisory Committee Meeting

The Hub is looking for volunteers to join our Parent Advisory Committee.

As a member of the committee you will help to ensure The Hub is providing services and programs that best meet the needs of families in the Wood Buffalo area.

This is a volunteer position requiring two one hour meetings every three months.

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Jan
31
5:00 PM17:00

Triple P Positive Parenting Program: Seminar Series 3

January 17, 2019
THE POWER OF POSITIVE PARENTING

January 24, 2019
RAISING CONFIDENT, COMPETENT CHILDREN


January 31, 2019
RAISING RESILIENT CHILDREN

The seminar series is a great introduction to the principles of positive parenting and different ways to encourage confidence, competence and resilience in your children. Join our trained facilitators discuss some of the most common issues parents face with parenting.


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