Looking for a little extra help as you parent your preschool child? Join us for monthly meetings to share stories, gain information and receive support. Some parents are hoping to improve daily routines, others are looking for better cooperation; all gain insight, ideas and connection as we journey together through the joys and challenges of parenthood.
There is no charge for the September meeting. We will meet monthly on the fourth Wednesday in the library classroom at 1125 Wilmette Ave, Wilmette, home to WCNS and FCCW.
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Beth facilitates parenting groups for school, neighborhood and community organizations. A group is a fun and effective way to receive information, guidance and support for the job of parenting. Groups offer a structured and safe place to learn and to connect with other parents.
A parenting group can be designed to meet specific needs, perhaps a particular age group or challenging issue. Whether you are already a member of a group or would like to create one, contact Beth to build a supportive parenting network!
Beth offers parenting classes at schools, libraries, community centers and houses of workshop. Classes are four or six weeks and provide an opportunity to learn and grow with other parents. The class structure provides enriching dialogue and group activities that help to reinforce concepts and techniques.
A class is an ideal way to gain guidance from Beth and also from the wisdom and stories shared in the class. Hearing about the joys and struggles of others helps you gain insight and ideas for your particular situation. Beth also shares best practices from current research and leading professionals.