[NFBP-BlindParents] TONIGHT - Managing Disobedience in Children - PA's Blind Parents Group Invites All Saturday. 01.15.22 at 7pm EST

Stacie Leap stacie.leap at gmail.com
Sat Jan 15 19:15:44 UTC 2022

*National Federation of the Blind of Pennsylvania*

*Blind Parents Group*

*January 2022 Meeting*

*Topic:* Managing Disobedience

*Facilitator:* Valerie Anderson from Triple P Program

*Date:* Saturday, January 15, 2022

*Time:* 7pm to 8:30pm EST

*Where:* Virtually through Zoom (Information provided below)

Welcome to the first meeting of 2022 for the PA’s Blind Parents Group! We
are continuing our Power of Positive Parenting series. This is the fourth
installment in a six-part series. We will be discussing how parents can
manage disobedience with their children.

Again, you did not have to attend previous meetings in order to attend this
one. You do not need to live in Pennsylvania to attend as parenting does
not have state boundaries so we do not think our meetings should either! 😊

We just ask that you come with an open heart and some listening ears!

This is an interactive meeting with a certified trainer in the Triple P
(Powers of Positive Parenting) program.

*For more information*, please contact Stacie Leap, Chair of the NFB of
PA’s Blind Parents Group at stacie.leap at gmail.com or 215-776-6741.

*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

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*Stacie Leap*
stacie.leap at gmail.com | 215.776.6741
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