Nurturing Parenting Skills for Families in Supervised Visitation is an innovative program designed to empower parents and parent educators in creating customized, competency based parenting programs to meet the specific needs of families. It consists of 45 lessons, each lasting between approximately 30 minutes that are intended to either precede a supervised visitation, or be incorporated into the visit. The lessons are taken from the evidenced-based Nurturing Parenting Programs for Parents and Their Infants, Toddlers and Preschoolers, and Parents and Their School Age Children. Based on the assessed needs of the family, parents and parent educators work together and select competency based lessons from the curriculum to form a parenting/visitation program that is customized to meet the specific needs of the families.

 

Note: While this training will specifically highlight the Nurturing Parenting Skills for Families in Supervised Visitation Attendees will learn the skills need to implement All Nurturing Parenting programs.

Next Trainings:

3 Day Nurturing Parenting Skills for Families in SV  Facilitator Training
November 10-12, 2020
Online Virtual Class
Tuesday  1PM-5PM EST
Wednesday  10AM-5PM EST
Thursday 10AM-4PM EST

Location:  VIA COMPUTER

 This training will be conducted online, in a virtual classroom, a teaching and learning environment where participants can interact, communicate, view and discuss presentations, and engage with learning resources while working in groups, all in an online setting.

Review the technology Requirements HERE
Tuition is $350 and includes the curriculum, a $139 Value
Register: HERE
An Evidence-Based Approach to Supervised Visitation

One of the biggest challenges facing SV programs is the scant amount of research of the impact of SV on families. Finally programs seeking financial support, donations, and grants can implement a program proven to be effective in reducing abuse and neglect in families.


Nurturing Parenting Programs have been reviewed and awarded with high scores in the National Registry of Evidence-based Programs and Practices.

You can learn about the research that validates this program HERE

Family Development Resources, Inc. Family Nurturing Centers International
Incorporated in 1983, Family Development Resources, Inc.

(FDR) was established by Dr. Stephen Bavolek

Tentative Agenda

Day 1: Philosophy of the Nurturing Program; Values; Structure; Constructs; Validation; Discipline, Rewards and Punishment; Empowering Parents and Children.


Day 2: Developing Empathy; Self- Awareness; Recognizing, Understanding and Communicating Feelings; Structure and Guidelines; Humor, Laughter and Fun.

Day 3: Program Implementation; Getting familiar with the Curriculum; Practice Sessions; Best Practices;


<Nurturing Parenting Skills for Families in Supervised Visitation is an innovative program designed to empower parents and parent educators in creating customized, competency based parenting programs to meet the specific needs of families. It consists of 45 lessons, each lasting between approximately 30 minutes that are intended to either precede a supervised visitation, or be incorporated into the visit. The lessons are taken from the evidenced-based Nurturing Parenting Programs for Parents and Their Infants, Toddlers and Preschoolers, and Parents and Their School Age Children. Based on the assessed needs of the family, parents and parent educators work together and select competency based lessons from the curriculum to form a parenting/visitation program that is customized to meet the specific needs of the families.

Note: While this training will specifically highlight the Nurturing Parenting Skills for Families in Supervised Visitation Attendees will learn the skills need to implement All Nurturing Parenting programs.

 

The Curriculum

The curriculum will include 45 lessons, each lasting between approximately 30 minutes that are intended to either precede a supervised visitation, or be incorporated into the visit. The lessons are taken from the evidenced-based Nurturing Parenting Programs for Parents and Their Infants, Toddlers and Preschoolers, and Parents and Their School Age Children.


Programs choose the lessons most applicable to each family, based on assessments together and select competency based lessons from the curriculum to form a parenting/visitation program that is customized to meet the specific needs of the families.

The curriculum is currently being finalized and will include a facilitator guide, activities for children, reports, and a DVD allowing programs to print materials to support the program as needed, no need to re order materials!


Some lesson samples will be provided in the training materials and the full curriculum will be available at a discount for those attending this session


The curriculum is available to purchase separately from the training HERE