Parenting Classes, Events and Resources
The latest news on parenting classes, workshops, events and resources in Denver and surrounding areas.
Social Skills Summer Camp! Now Enrolling 2022!
Pre-K through Highschool!
Camps/Workshops are most appropriate for children and teens who present with ADHD/ADD behaviors, high-functioning ASD, social anxieties, and mild learning differences.
Social Skills Summer Camp
Overnight Sucess Bootcamp!
Does your child lack the experience of having overnights with friends or in environments away from home?
- has your child experienced feeling left-out of the sleepovers with friends?
- does your child experience anxiety when it comes to overnights or sleep-away camps?
- do you want to foster more independence and confidence in your child?
The Overnight Success Bootcamp is a 3 day intensive overnight weekend experience where your child will gain valuable insight to having successful overnights with friends or in other environments. This camp is designed for the child who struggles socially in new or unique environments or anxiety.
Camp is offered periodically through out the year. Please email us for more information! email@example.com
Please add me to the waitlist for the overnight Sucess Bootcamp!
SMARTS EXECUTIVE FUNCTIONING AND SOCIAL SKILLS PROGRAM
The SMARTS Socialization and Executive Functioning Group is designed for students who exhibit inattention, learning differences, hyperactivity, and low self-confidence who also:
- have difficulty with managing time
- staying organized
- completing homework
- interacting with teachers, and participating socially with peers
Students will have time to work on homework two times a week while learning and applying strategies to support executive functioning. The third weekly session is designed to build social skills. This group is designed to reducing stress around homework and social situations.
Our team made up of executive functioning coaches, therapists, and parents will support your child three times per week during this 9-week group.
Students typically show an increased level of self-confidence, both in peer interactions and school situations. By the group’s conclusion, students will demonstrate that they understand and can use the skills they learn. The way students exhibit this will vary from child to child; however, by showing that they know the skills and when to use them, the group members will demonstrate that they recognize how to improve interactions with peers or teachers.