Crisis Prevention Training for Parents and Caregivers
Tuesday, November 10: 10am and 8pm sessions
From time to time, families inquire about strategies to support challenging and noncompliant behaviors exhibited by their children within the home setting. Understanding how adult responses and approaches to behavior displayed by children is a key factor in preventing and de-escalating undesired behavior. Join us to learn more as Arlington Public Schools’ (APS) Crisis Prevention facilitators define Nonviolent Crisis Intervention and its philosophy of providing Care, Welfare, Safety and Security as adults respond to behavior challenges. Each session will provide a live, introductory session with facilitators, independent, asynchronous interaction with training modules during a two-week session, and a follow-up session with the facilitators. Although this session is free of charge, we do ask families to commit to participating in both live sessions and completing the training modules independently.
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This series is designed for parents/guardians/caregivers with children/students who are Arlington residents and/or attend Arlington Public Schools.
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Please indicate the name of your child's APS school/program; private placement; or whether you are homeschooling your child.
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The 10am session has now closed, but we hope you can join us this evening!
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