Our friends at Sesame Street in Communities have launched a new foster care initiative with free resources for children, parents and providers.
Posts Tagged ‘parenting’
Challenges can happen in any family. Here are the protective factors families need to remain strong and overcome those challenges.
Child abuse is a growing epidemic that can happen anywhere and to anyone. Make sure you know the signs of child abuse and neglect and report it.
The three eBooks on child mental health are 5 Things Every Child Needs for Good Mental Health, Quick Assessment: Does My Child or Teen Need Professional Help?, and The 3 Types of Mental and Behavioral Health Treatment for Children and Teens.
Is your child’s behavior typical? Do you praise your child far more frequently than you discipline him or her? Learn how to address challenging behaviors.
Ron and Nellie Biles adopted their granddaughters Simone and Adria from foster care in 2001.
Good mental health gives children the ability to interact in social environments, follow directions, solve problems and manage their emotions.
Active communication is a critical parenting skill. Learn what to avoid – like interrupting and jumping to conclusions – and which strategies to try.
Throughout the month of March, our KVC teams in four states recognized and celebrated staff who provide exceptional care and support to children and families in need.
There are times when every parent asks or instructs their child to do something and they don’t comply. Try out these tips to strengthen your ability to give a good direction.