Join Alberta Brain Injury Initative (ABII) for this free webinar titled Stepping Stones Triple P as Explained by Practitioners.
What is Stepping Stones Triple P and how does it benefit parents who have children with disabilities?
In this webinar, a panel of Triple P practitioners will discuss their experiences in delivering the Triple P program to families. The panel will explain the strategies and tools used in the program and share some of the program success stories.
Triple P is a positive parenting program; Stepping Stones is a variation of Triple P designed for parents who have children with disabilities.
This webinar will be of interest to parents of children with disabilities, Family Support for Children Disabilities (FSCD) workers and community organizations. To learn more about Triple P, visit TripleP-Parenting.ca
Date: Wednesday, January 24, 2018
Time: 2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. MST
Speakers: Jess Stoy, Trisha Nelson, Jon Rivero and Jady Hagan
Format: Moderated Panel Discussion
Cost: FREE! Please share with your networks
Q&A: You can pose questions to the speakers through the live chat functionality
Jess is a Triple P practitioner and a family coordinator at McMan Services for Calgary and Area.
Trisha is a Triple P practitioner and a family support practitioner at Accredited Supports to the Community.
Jon is a Triple P practitioner and the founder and CEO at Qi Creative Inc.
Jady is a Family Support for Children with Disabilities (FSCD) caseworker.
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THE ABII LEARNING SERIES
The Alberta Brain Injury Initiative (ABII) was launched in 2000 to support adults with acquired brain injury to live, work and participate in their communities.
ABII is a network of agencies across the province that assists survivors and their families in accessing supports from various programs and community resources.
The goal of the 2017-18 Learning Series is intended to help individuals, families and agencies access information and resources about brain injury to aide in the process of recovery and coping with the effects of living with acquired brain injury.