CFRC Offers a Parent Seminar on Fostering Resiliency in Young People

A recent study from the Carnegie Institute of 9-16 year-olds suggested: 66% need guidance in how to get along with others, 42% want to know how to communicate with and relate to their parents and teachers, 33% need help in dealing with loneliness and grief, 25% want assistance in dealing with alcohol and or other drug addicted parents.
These issues and more weigh on the natural resiliency of our young people.
Community Family Resource Center, Inc (CFRC), a United Way Fox Cities Partner Agency, is teaming up with the Muehl Public Library to offer an informational seminar on the topic of Fostering Resiliency in Young People. Working with panelists from Head Start and the Seymour Community School District, the evening includes information about how local educators are working with the issues of sustaining resiliency of young people in the face of peer issues, bullying and other societal pressures.
The seminar is scheduled for November 30 at the Muehl Public Library, in Seymour at 6:00 pm. Registration information can be found on the CFRC website, Registration is appreciated.
Please consider attending this important informational parent seminar. Child care will be available.