Family Life In the Age of the Coronavirus Week 2: Parenting Strategies

Whether quarantined, ill, or practicing social distancing, the Coronavirus potentially has many families spending a lot of unexpected time together at home. With children home from school, parents attempting to telework, and daily schedules upended, how can parents provide certainty and structure?
Join us to learn a few key strategies to provide structure and set realistic expectations for yourself and your kids. We'll talk through routines, creating a reasonable daily schedule, and problem solving with your kids. We'll also be answering your questions.
PEP is providing this free webinar as a public service. Join us!

Your Instructor

Paige Trevor
Paige Trevor

Paige Trevor is a certified Parent Educator for the Parent Encouragement Program, a nonprofit parenting education organization serving the Washington area. She has been assisting and leading parenting classes for PEP since 2006. Paige writes a parenting column in the local Glover Park Gazette and a Parenting/Organizing blog, "Nifty Tips," while also running a Professional Organizing business. When not teaching parenting or helping people and businesses get organized, she can be found in the parenting trenches with her two teenage sons.

"I really like the PEP approach and I feel it is leading to positive interaction with my children."

--A Recent Webinar Participant


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