Sign Up for Kids’ Minds Matter Classes

Empowered by private donations, Kids’ Minds Matter offers a variety of learning opportunities to the community. These include educational classes, informative seminars and support groups for children, parents and caretakers. Check out our calendar for the schedule of upcoming classes and events:

classes sponsored by kids’ minds matter

Dignified Discipline Parenting Class

During this parenting workshop, learn how to manage children’s behavior in a way that both maintains healthy relationships and changes inappropriate behaviors to decrease stress.

Mental Health Mondays

This virtual series on Facebook connects Lee Health partners and Southwest Florida mental health advocates with local families to share expert advice, resources and at-home activities for kids.

Mental Health First Aid for Adults

During this compassionate course, discover how to recognize signs of mental health or substance use challenges in adults ages 18 and older. Learn practical ways to guide young people, as well as how to access professional care, if appropriate.

Parenting the Exceptional Child

Connect other parents of children with developmental disabilities, mental health issues or special health care needs for this evidence- based parenting course.

Mental Health First Aid for Youth

This informative session identifies common mental health challenges for today’s youth and reviews typical adolescent development. It also provides a five-step action plan for helping young people in both crisis and non-crisis situations.

Parent Support Group

This weekly parent-led group connects and supports parents of children with developmental disabilities, mental health issues or special health care needs.

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Kids’ Minds Matter classes, contact:

LORENA RODRIGUEZ

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