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Educational Materials and Resources for Parenting your Child

Raising a Thinking Child

Raising A Thinking Child  (RTC) is an evidence-based parenting program for parents and caregivers of children 4 to 7 years (give or take) that was developed and researched by Dr. Myrna Shure. RTC has demonstrated effectiveness in developing interpersonal cognitive… Continue Reading →

Wisconsin Law

The State Bar of Wisconsin offers a variety of popular law-related education resources that provide valuable information to the public, parents, teachers, and teens. Download the following free resources “What you should know about Wisconsin Law” and “Teens in the Law.”      … Continue Reading →

2018 Community & Other Training Opportunities

Door County Department of Human Services is pleased to provide a series of training opportunities to be used as an ongoing shared learning experience related to topics concerning brain development, health and wellness. We bring these trainings to you with… Continue Reading →

Growth Mindset

Parenting is really hard. Having a growth mindset helps. Research shows that parents can have a powerful impact on their childrens’ mindsets. The language you use and the actions you take show your children about what you expect. Giving process… Continue Reading →

Empowering Parents

Empowering Parents connects families with actionable tips, tools, and child behavior programs to help resolve behavior issues in children ages 3-23. What you’ll find on Empowering Parents Content-rich articles: Help for parents that they can use right away. We start… Continue Reading →

Zones of Regulation

  Life is 10% what happens to us and 90% how we react to it. -Charles Swindoll Self-regulation is something everyone continually works on, whether we are cognizant of it or not.  We all encounter trying circumstances that test our… Continue Reading →

I Can Problem Solve

I Can Problem Solve (ICPS), formally called Interpersonal Cognitive Problem Solving (also ICPS), is an evidence-based, universal primary prevention program that helps children, as early as age four, learn: Alternative solution thinking – ability to generate a variety of solutions… Continue Reading →

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