Parent Education - Resources


Parent Education Resources for Parents of Middle School Children

 

LOCAL RESOURCES:

 

http://www.glenviewcounseling.com/

 

http://www.youthservices-gn.org/

 

http://chicagohometutor.com/

 

http://www.northshorelearningclinic.com/

 

http://www.chicagoacademic.com/

 

http://angles.org/

 

https://www.family-institute.org/

 

Socialskillsplace.com

 

Parentingperpectives.com

 

http://www.gncy.org/home.html Glenview Northbrook Coalition for Youth: Drug and Alcohol Prevention

 

http://www.nwcasa.org/ Northwest CASA: advocacy • counseling • education • prevention

 

 http://www.lakecountyil.gov/3980/Training-Opportunities Youth Mental Health First Aid Training:

Youth Mental Health First Aid is a public education program designed to provide individuals with the knowledge and skills to identify and support adolescents (12-18 years old) who are at risk or displaying warning signs of mental health/substance use problems or experiencing a mental health crisis. Mental Health First Aid training is beneficial for adults working with youth in a variety of settings including school, hospitals/medical clinics, social services, youth groups. The curriculum used is through USA Mental Health First Aid Training Opportunities | Lake County, IL

 

peerservices.org  Since 1975, PEER Services has provided community-based substance abuse prevention and treatment services to the residents of Evanston, Northfield, New Trier, Maine and Niles Townships, and the north side of Chicago.

 

erikaslighthouse.org  We educate school communities about teen depression, eliminate the stigma associated with mental illness and empower teens to take charge of their mental health.

 

havenforyouth.org  Haven Youth and Family Services fosters mental health of youth and their families in the community through prevention, intervention and therapy programs. Haven is committed to supporting youth 24-hours a day to skillfully navigate through adolescence.

 

warminghouse.org  The Warming House Youth Center offers 6th through 12th graders the opportunity to enjoy a structured and supportive environment. Teens can speak freely in a confidential space, seek guidance from staff and peers, build healthy peer relationships, and develop valuable leadership skills. The professional staff is trained to assess teen needs and address relevant issues through educational, prevention-based, and recreational program offerings.

 

 

 

INTERNET RESOURCES:

 

  http://www.familyactionnetwork.net   Family Action Network

 

Parents Volunteering at School Should Tailor Skills to Different Stages

Fewer parents are volunteering at their children’s schools,

just as new research reveals it yields broader benefits for students than previously believed

 

www.kidshealth.org contains articles and information for parents and children (as well as teens) on health, behavior, and development.

 

www.youth.anxietybc.com offers helpful information on anxiety in children and adolescents.

 

www.adaa.org/living-with-anxiety/children, the Anxiety and Depression Association of America, offers general information regarding anxiety in children, treatment of anxiety, and resources for parents.

 

www.effectivechildtherapy.com, provided by the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies and the Society of Child and Adolescent Psychology contains resources for families that includes a variety of disorders including anxiety, depression, and behavioral difficulties.

 

 

Sarah Ward:

http://efpractice.com/ Executive Function Skill Development, Sarah Ward

Videos by Sarah Ward: 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vP--jmefOPo Video: How Can Parents and Teachers Work Together to Support Students with EF?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TB9vpiCSu7I Video: Homework Tools for Middle Schoolers with Executive Function Challenges

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WqiEFMFzHuc Video: Top Tip for Parents of a Student with Executive Function Challenges