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We are always offering educational workshops and events on various topics. All workshops and events are free unless stated otherwise. Call 780.997.0046 to register or for more information.

 

 

Back 2 Basics542188We can help you on your journey to healthy living by going back to the basics. Learn to choose healthy eating, become more active and set yourself up for success. Optional pedometer cost: $12.50. Thursdays starting January 24th to February 7th for 3 weeks. Call 780.997.0046 to register for this free workshop.10012/19/2018 5:48:49 PMhttp://albertaheartlandpcn.com/Lists/Event Series/AllItems.aspxFalse1/24/2019 4:00:00 PM1/24/2019 6:00:00 PMWe can help you on your journey to healthy living by going back to the basics. Learn to choose healthy eating, become more active and set yourself up for success. Optional pedometer cost $12.50. Thursdays starting January 24th to February 7th for 3 weeks. Call 780.997.0046 to register for this free workshop.Alberta Heartland Primary Care NetworkPCNFalseInternalBack 2 Basics Class SeriesBack 2 Basics93
Connect Parent Group542216Connect Parent Group An Attachment-Based Program to Support Parents & Caregivers Do you ever feel that your pre-teen doesn’t listen to you? Do you sometimes even feel pushed away? Do parents matter? Actually, there is very good evidence that strong relationships with parents protect youth from risk during adolescence and help them thrive! We call that ATTACHMENT! Connect is a FREE 9-week program to support parents of pre-teens (ages 10-14). Parents meet in groups of 10-16 with two trained group leaders. Wednesdays starting January 30 until April 3, 2018, 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm, Lang Room at City Hall, 10005 102 St, Fort Saskatchewan. Co-developed over the last 10 years by the Maples Adolescent Treatment Centre and Simon Fraser University, the program focuses on the core components of secure attachment to promote children’s social, emotional, and behavioural adjustment. Connect© helps caregivers understand basic attachment concepts which can then be applied across a broad range of situations and relational concepts. Each session provides parents with an attachment perspective on parent-child relationships and adolescent development. Parents watch role-plays, do exercises and discuss ways of responding to challenging behaviour and problems. After each session, parents receive handouts with key points to remember when applying the principles to their own parent-child relationships. Call Jennifer at 780.997.4164 to register for this free program. Onsite child care provided. Light supper will be provided.12612/20/2018 10:17:33 PMhttp://albertaheartlandpcn.com/Lists/Event Series/AllItems.aspxFalse1/31/2019 1:00:00 AM1/31/2019 2:30:00 AMConnect Parent Group An Attachment-Based Program to Support Parents & Caregivers Do you ever feel that your pre-teen doesn’t listen to you? Do you sometimes even feel pushed away? Do parents matter? Actually, there is very good evidence that strong relationships with parents protect youth from risk during adolescence and help them thrive! We call that ATTACHMENT! Connect is a FREE 9-week program to support parents of pre-teens (ages 10-14). Parents meet in groups of 10-16 with two trained group leaders. Wednesdays starting January 30 until April 3, 2018, 600 pm – 730 pm, Lang Room at City Hall, 10005 102 St, Fort Saskatchewan. Co-developed over the last 10 years by the Maples Adolescent Treatment Centre and Simon Fraser University, the program focuses on the core components of secure attachment to promote children’s social, emotional, and behavioural adjustment. Connect© helps caregivers understand basic attachment concepts which can then be applied across a broad range of situations and relational concepts. Each session provides parents with an attachment perspective on parent-child relationships and adolescent development. Parents watch role-plays, do exercises and discuss ways of responding to challenging behaviour and problems. After each session, parents receive handouts with key points to remember when applying the principles to their own parent-child relationships. Call Jennifer at 780.997.4164 to register for this free program. Onsite child care provided. Light supper will be provided.PCNFalseInternalAn Attachment-Based Program to Support Parents & CaregiversConnect Parent Group119

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