[NFBP-BlindParents] TONIGHT! - Powers of Positive Parenting - Saturday 09.18.2021 7pm EST

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Hi Stacy, I joined the meeting late last night.  I could not participate because I was muted.  Good meeting.  Bette Homer


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Subject: [NFBP-BlindParents] TONIGHT! - Powers of Positive Parenting - Saturday 09.18.2021 7pm EST


National Federation of the Blind

Blind Parents Group

Monthly National Conference Call


Starting in September 2021, the National Federation of the Blind's Blind Parents Group will be hosting a monthly conference call for all blind and visually impaired parents. Each month, a state that has a blind parents group will host the call. 


In September 2021, the National Federation of the Blind of Pennsylvania (NFB-PA)'s Blind Parents Group will be the first host!


The NFB of PA is planning a6-month workshop on the Powers of Positive Parenting and we want to open up our first session to the entire National Federation of the Blind!


When: Saturday, September 18, 2021 from 7pm to 8:30pm EST

Who: National Federation of the Blind's Blind Parents Group 

Host: National Federation of the Blind of Pennsylvania

Where: Zoom (Information Below)

What: Monthly National Conference Call for Blind and Visually Impaired Parents 

Topic: Powers of Positive Parenting by Triple P Certified Facilitator


About the Speaker: 

Valerie Anderson is a certified facilitator for the Power of Positive Parenting (Triple P Program). She has a Master Degree in Social Work and works part time as a parenting group facilitator at Turning Points for Children’s Project F.A.M. Parenting Program for the past 7 years. Her group facilitation skills include working with a variety of parents (i.e., women in recovery, teen parents, early childhood parents…) in a variety of settings throughout the city of Philadelphia.


Overview of Triple P Program:

The Triple P Program is an evidence- based program focused on parenting children from the age 2-12 years old. It provides parents with positive parenting techniques and strategies to teach children the skills to be independent, manage their feelings, solve problems, and communicate to get along with others. It has a cognitive behavior approach to parenting to help children as well as parents make goals for change. Parents will be able to develop their own personalized plans for positive parenting strategies. 



For more information about the National Conference Call of the NFB's Blind Parents Group or for more information about the NFB-PA's 6-month Triple P Parenting classes, please contact Stacie Leap, Chair of the NFB-PA's Blind Parents Group at  <mailto:stacie.leap at gmail.com> stacie.leap at gmail.com.


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Stacie Leap, CPE, CPS

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