Parents and Caregivers are invited to join us in a 5-part series of guided conversations about the joys and challenges of parenting. Attend as many or as few as you are able. Caregiver Connections is organized to allow participants the opportunity to strengthen their family foundation through listening, learning, and sharing with others in a safe, judgment-free, space. 

Mondays starting July 12th

6:00pm-7:00pm 

Virtually via Zoom 

CLICK HERE to register to receive the Zoom link, or contact Katy Torres at ktorres@caplanc.org 

Families enrolled in Parents as Teachers can register with their home visitor

Click here to download flyer (.pdf)

 

Topics of Discussion based on the Five Protective Factors 

  • July 12, 2021 – Parental Resilience: How we can be strong, flexible, and care for ourselves in order to care for others. 
  • July 19, 2021 – Social Connections: How having friends and establishing a support system is important. 
  • July 26, 2021 – Concrete Supports in Times of Need: Asking for help may be difficult, however, it is sometimes necessary. 
  • August 2, 2021 – Social & Emotional Competence of Children: How we can support children in learning to communicate their thoughts, feelings, and emotions in healthy ways. 
  • August 9, 2021 Knowledge of Parenting and Child Development: Parenting is part natural and part learned. We can learn from each other. 

 


 

Conexiones para los Cuidadores de Niños 

Se les invita a los padres y cuidadores a unirse a nosotros en una serie de 5 partes de temas  guiadas sobre la felicidad y los desafíos en  la crianza de los niños. 

A partir del Miércoles 14 de Julio 6:00pm-7:00pm 

Virtualmente a través del zoom 

 Utilice el enlace proporcionado para registrarse y recibir el Zoom link, o contacte a Rose DeJesus a rdejesus@caplanc.org 

Click here to download flyer (en espanol .pdf)

 

Las familias inscritas en Padres como Maestros pueden registrarse con su visitante del hogar. 

Puedes asistir a tantos o tan pocos como pueda. Estas conexiones están organizadas para permitirle a los participantes la oportunidad de fortalecer a su familia a través de escuchar, aprender y compartir con otros cuidadores en un espacio seguro y libre de prejuicios. 

Temas a Discutir seran basados en los cinco factores protectores 

  • 14 de Julio, 2021 Resiliencia Paternal: Como podemos ser fuertes, flexibles y cuidar de nosotros mismos para cuidar a los demás 
  • 21 de Julio, 2021 Conexiones Sociales: La importancia de tener amigos y establecer un sistema de apoyo 
  • 28 de Julio 2021 Apoyo Concreto en Momentos de Necesidad: Pedir ayuda es difícil, sin embargo, a veces es necesario 
  • 4 de Agosto 2021 Competencia Social y Emocional de los Niños: Como podemos ayudarle a los niños aprender a comunicar sus pensamientos, sentimientos y emociones de manera saludable 
  • 11 de Agosto 2021 Conocimiento de la Crianza y el Desarrollo de los Niños: La crianza de los hijos es en parte natural y en parte aprendida. Podemos aprender el uno del otro 

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About the Community Action Partnership (CAP) of Lancaster County’s Parents as Teachers

Parents as Teachers (PAT) is an evidence-based home visiting model that promotes the optimal early learning and health of children by supporting and engaging parents and caregivers. The program provides services to families with children from prenatal through kindergarten entry. Families receive personal home visits, child screenings, group connections, parenting workshops and referrals to community resources. This program is free and accepting new families in Lancaster County with children prenatal to three years old. For more information and enrollment visit: https://CAPLanc.org/PAT

About the Community Action Partnership (CAP) of Lancaster County 

The Community Action Partnership is Lancaster County’s largest anti-poverty organization, helping low-income families move toward self-sufficiency. CAP’s service profile interrupts inter-generational poverty with programs that support families and individuals at every age and place in life, in the areas of education and child development, health and nutrition, household stability and safety and empowerment. For more information, visit www.caplanc.org.