Monday, August 27, 2018

Cedar Park Safety Seminar

The Cedar Park Police Department is hosting a safety event for families! More information and registration details can be found by clicking here


DESCRIPTION

This event is being held to help teach children about personal safety. Please be sure to register your child(ren) for the appropriate age group and note that all age groups are at different times.
Age Groups: 
3-6
7-10
11-14
15-18
During their time slot, children will learn about calling 9-1-1, anti- bullying/dating violence, self - defense, and even be able to watch a K-9 demo!
The event is free for all families, but space is limited so register ASAP!
Please direct questions to Elizabeth Knapp, Victim Service Coordinator at elizabeth.knapp@cedarparktexas.gov

Saturday, April 7, 2018

Austin Child Guidance Center Free Parent Workshop: Managing Meltdowns and Tantrums, How to Cool Off 3-10 Year Olds

Austin Child Guidance Center offers
Free Parent Workshop:
Managing Meltdowns and Tantrums, 
How to Cool Off 3-10 year olds

What?
When children have a hard time managing their emotions it can turn into meltdowns and tantrums. Meltdowns and tantrums can be effectively prevented, managed, and treated. In this workshop, parents will be able to tell the difference between a meltdown and a tantrum, will learn tools to respond to and prevent meltdowns and tantrums, and will be given resources for when to seek additional help
When?
Wednesday, April 11th, 2018

Time?
6- 7:30pm

Cost?
FREE!

Where?
Austin Child Guidance Center
810 W. 45th Street
Austin, TX 78751

CEUs are not available for this workshop
LIMITED FREE CHILDCARE
Free childcare is available to children 2 years old and older. 
Registration
Free registration will be available on the Austin Child Guidance Center website's event page and registration will open on Monday, March 26th.
Questions or Concerns?
Please contact Sara Walters at swalters@austinchildguidance.org 
or at 512-451-2242
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Thursday, February 15, 2018

AFSP RRISD Campus Walk Information


Resources for Supporting Children after a Tragic Event

Talking with children after a tragic event can be difficult for adults. The American School Counseling Association has put together many tips and Resources for Supporting Students after a Tragic Event. Additionally, the National Child Traumatic Stress Network has helpful information about talking with children after traumatic events found here. Please as ever, feel free to reach out to me if your child needs support in coping with their feelings during this time.