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Parent University is brought to you by the Douglas County School District and Sky Ridge Medical Center

Fall 2020 Parent University Webinars

Webinars On Demand - 2020-2021 School Year

Help Kids Stay Active and Eat Healthy (May 5)
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Preventing Teen Bullying (April 14)
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DCSD Making Connections Workshop, April 19 >>

How to Talk With Youth About Making Healthy Decisions (March 31)
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Digital Safety: How Can I Keep My Child Safe Online? (February 24)
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Youth Vaping: Recognition, Prevention, and Intervention
(January 28)
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Fireside Chat: Maintaining Healthy Relationships During Social Distancing (December 9)
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Safe Winter Driving for New Teen Drivers (November 18)
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Practical Strategies for Parents to Stay Physically and Mentally Healthy During COVID (October 21)
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Practical Tools for Your Child's Social and Emotional Well-Being

Webinars On Demand - Spring 2020

Manage Your Fears (and Your Kid's Fears) as the Pandemic Evolves (May 13)
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Practical Tools for Your Child's Social and Emotional Well-Being (April 6)
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Building Connection Through Hard Conversation (April 13)
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Sources of Strength - Best Practices for Suicide Prevention (April 30)
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Tips to Help Avoid Teen Substance Abuse (May 5)
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Creating the Life You Want: Developing a Culture of Appreciation at Home (May 12)
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