Thursday, October 22, 2020 from 8:00 AM to 9:00 AM PDT
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This is an online event.  

Upon registering, participants will receive a confirmation email with the meeting link.

During this zoom meeting, participants will have audio and video off and can ask questions via the chat box.


Kidpower's Central Office 
Kidpower Teenpower Fullpower International 
(800) 467-6997 

Parentpower Workshop: Out In Public During Troubled Times - Making Family Safety Plans 

An Online Program for Parents & Other Caring Adults

"It's stressful enough going out by myself, but trying to keep my kid safe and also out of other people's spaces was making me even more anxious. Kidpower strategies have helped me stay calm, assess my options, make safety plans with my kids - and respond with calm and confidence when others in public are acting in ways that aren't safe." 

Learn these strategies and more ways to help your kids be safe in public and with strangers - during the pandemic and beyond. Kidpower's proven approach to reduce fear and build confidence with age-appropriate skills for going out in public during COVID-19 including:

  • being and acting aware, calm, & confident
  • staying in charge of personal distance
  • making new plans for restroom use
  • setting and respecting personal boundaries
  • making skill-based (not fear-based) safety plans
  • practicing strategies for getting help with safety problems
  • adapting for children's different ages, abilities, and life situations
  • managing personal triggers to stay calm even when others are upset

Your US$60 registration includes one-on-one email support with questions before and after the workshop and links to resources to help you and your family apply, adapt, and practice the skills. Registrants will receive access to the recording of this workshop within one week in the event that they are unable to join the live meeting.

Workshop Fee: US$60/screen
 Partial scholarships are available.
Pre-registration is required as there is limited space

Donations over the amount of workshop fees are tax-deductible. We do not turn anyone away from our public workshops for lack of money. Partial scholarships are available.