What Every Parent Should Know About Balancing Independence and Supervision with their Teens and Tweens
Parents will learn how to bridge the gap between safety and freedom. Supervision is critical in protecting a child but mental and physical privacy is also just as important. Learning how to meet your child where he or she is as it relates to balancing independence and supervision will create a high level of trust, independence and at the same time communicate respect. Parenting tween and teens requires a delicate balance between showing them that you trust them by giving appropriate space while at the same time being attuned to their needs. Parent will learn various techniques on how to build a healthy and meaningful relationship with their teen and tweens.
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Very good course
Very real world and informative
I appreciate learning more about myself as I learn about taking care of foster adoptive children I am personally an adoptive child and any information that will help me out for myself along with my two biological children it’s just extremely helpful and I greatly enjoyed this training
Thank you for providing information about Tweens, as well as Teens
Overall a good course with a lot of information to consider. I know a lot of people were upset with the speaker saying "all accidents are preventable." I disagree that all accidents are preventable, however understand where she is coming from. Since she is a DFACS worker who has most likely witnessed accidents that were preventable, I believe her real aim is to drive the point home that supervision is necessary for accident prevention.
I foster a Teen, so this course was very interesting to me.
very good! lots to think about!
It was very informative.
Very in depth
Very appropriate course, good timing.
It was good
Not much new info.
It was great thank you
Great info and content
Trust is paramount in the relationship with your children.
Explained the topic well
Great course...very informative.
I think one quiz question has wrong answer marked.
She said "every accident is preventable", she reiterated this about 30 times during the presentation. I simply disagree. We can't prevent everything, even with supervision.
Very good class, and funny at times
Fundamental. My quiz was graded incorrectly.
This course was a great match. Learned a lot
This was so helpful, thank you!
Teens are so difficult still but I learned about navigating through them.
I learned so much!
Having teens gives every parent alot of questions. Very Informative
This was great insight!