Please access the links below to find information on these topics.  If you have requests or suggestions for additional topics please contact us.

AHS Community Education Services Sessions Please visit the CES website to register and to learn more about TH and Audioline options.

Community Education Service is pleased to present the following sessions: Conflict Between Separated Parents and Its Effect on Your Children available via TH/Audioline Video Gaming: Cultural Shifts, Context, and Compelling Evidence for Why You Need to Know More About It Drugs, Alcohol and the Teen: A Parent Presentation From Sad to Depressed and Everything in Between: Child and Teen Grief Post Concussion Syndrome in Youth available via TH/Audioline Children Who Refuse to Visit after Separation: Alienated and Estranged Children available via TH/Audioline Implementing Boundaries with Your Child

Parent Support Association of Calgary (403) 270-1809 www.helpforparents.ca Worried about Your Teen and the Choices They’re Making? Life Can Be Better – We can help! Since 1982, the Parents Support Association of Calgary has provided confidential peer support groups for parents experiencing challenges with their youth throughout Calgary and surrounding areas. In a safe environment, parents share experiences, receive support and empowerment to deal with disruptive behaviours of their youth. Two programs are available: Peer Support Groups: Weekly support group meetings provide parents with practical solutions and hope. Challenges may include mental health issues, truancy from school, drug/alcohol abuse, gang involvement, criminal activity, emotional/ physical abuse, noncompliance with rules and many more. Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) Groups: Peer support and advocacy are provided for parents and caregivers who are raising children/youth with a suspected/diagnosis of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder

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Parent Resources

Please access the links below to find information on these topics.  If you have requests or suggestions for additional topics please contact us.

AHS Community Education Services Sessions Please visit the CES website to register and to learn more about TH and Audioline options.

Community Education Service is pleased to present the following sessions: Conflict Between Separated Parents and Its Effect on Your Children available via TH/Audioline Video Gaming: Cultural Shifts, Context, and Compelling Evidence for Why You Need to Know More About It Drugs, Alcohol and the Teen: A Parent Presentation From Sad to Depressed and Everything in Between: Child and Teen Grief Post Concussion Syndrome in Youth available via TH/Audioline Children Who Refuse to Visit after Separation: Alienated and Estranged Children available via TH/Audioline Implementing Boundaries with Your Child

Parent Support Association of Calgary (403) 270-1809 www.helpforparents.ca Worried about Your Teen and the Choices They’re Making? Life Can Be Better – We can help! Since 1982, the Parents Support Association of Calgary has provided confidential peer support groups for parents experiencing challenges with their youth throughout Calgary and surrounding areas. In a safe environment, parents share experiences, receive support and empowerment to deal with disruptive behaviours of their youth. Two programs are available: Peer Support Groups: Weekly support group meetings provide parents with practical solutions and hope. Challenges may include mental health issues, truancy from school, drug/alcohol abuse, gang involvement, criminal activity, emotional/ physical abuse, noncompliance with rules and many more. Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) Groups: Peer support and advocacy are provided for parents and caregivers who are raising children/youth with a suspected/diagnosis of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder

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