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Kin Support Class Series (Virtual)

Virtual Zoom

As a grandparent or kin caregiver taking care of a young relative, you may feel overwhelmed. NCHS’s Kin Support Class Series aims to help kinship caregivers balance the demands of caring for children with their own well-being. This no-cost series is for kinship caregivers who are raising grandchildren and other young relatives. Topics included cover:... Read more »

Free

Kin Support Class Series (Virtual)

Virtual Zoom

As a grandparent or kin caregiver taking care of a young relative, you may feel overwhelmed. NCHS’s Kin Support Class Series aims to help kinship caregivers balance the demands of caring for children with their own well-being. This no-cost series is for kinship caregivers who are raising grandchildren and other young relatives. Topics included cover:... Read more »

Free

Kin Support Class Series (Virtual)

Virtual Zoom

As a grandparent or kin caregiver taking care of a young relative, you may feel overwhelmed. NCHS’s Kin Support Class Series aims to help kinship caregivers balance the demands of caring for children with their own well-being. This no-cost series is for kinship caregivers who are raising grandchildren and other young relatives. Topics included cover:... Read more »

Free

Helping Your Child Tell Their Story With Lifebooks (Virtual)

Virtual Zoom

Lifebooks are a record of a child's adoption story. Created over time, and with the child's input, they are more than a baby book. Lifebooks are a place where adoptive parents can record details (pictures, graphics, artwork, memorabilia, etc.) related to your child’s life story. These details honor the child's life and should include the good, the uncomfortable,... Read more »

Get Tickets Free – $25.00

Families Forever Support Group (Virtual)

Virtual Zoom

Social and informal support networks provide parents and families the opportunity to learn from one another and maintain resiliency when experiencing a crisis. We believe adoptive and guardianship families can learn so much from each other and that there is no one better to receive support from, than those that “get it” or have walked... Read more »

Helping Your Child Tell Their Story With Lifebooks (Omaha)

NCHS Margre Durham Center 4939 S 118th St, Omaha, NE, United States

Lifebooks are a record of a child's adoption story. Created over time, and with the child's input, they are more than a baby book. Lifebooks are a place where adoptive parents can record details (pictures, graphics, artwork, memorabilia, etc.) related to your child’s life story. These details honor the child's life and should include the good, the uncomfortable,... Read more »

Get Tickets Free – $25.00

Helping Your Child Tell Their Story With Lifebooks (Lincoln)

NCHS Joshua Collingsworth Center 4700 Valley Rd, Lincoln, NE, United States

Lifebooks are a record of a child's adoption story. Created over time, and with the child's input, they are more than a baby book. Lifebooks are a place where adoptive parents can record details (pictures, graphics, artwork, memorabilia, etc.) related to your child’s life story. These details honor the child's life and should include the good, the uncomfortable,... Read more »

Get Tickets Free – $25.00

Kinship Navigation Education Series 4-Week Express (Virtual)

Virtual Zoom

As a grandparent or kin caregiver taking care of a young relative, you may feel overwhelmed. NCHS’s Kinship Navigation Education Series aims to help kinship caregivers balance the demands of caring for children with their own well-being. This no-cost series is for kinship caregivers who are raising grandchildren and other young relatives. Topics included cover:... Read more »

Openness in Adoption (Virtual)

Virtual Zoom

In this workshop we will be presenting information that is biased towards encouraging openness withing the context of adoption. This is done by keeping the child in mind while managing the adult relationships that are present within the adoption constellation. Openness on a continuum is explored with an emphasis on communication within the adoptive family and between all... Read more »

Get Tickets Free – $25.00

Transracial/Transcultural Adoption: Preserving Cultural Connections and Developing Positive Racial Identity (Omaha)

NCHS Margre Durham Center 4939 S 118th St, Omaha, NE, United States

This workshop opens the door to conversation about Transracial and Transcultural adoption. Participants will explore beliefs, attitudes and knowledge of how race, culture and ethnicity interact. It is critical that parents in a transracial, transcultural adoption prepare themselves to parent their children. Topics including implicit bias, racism, identity development and belonging are explored. This training... Read more »

Get Tickets Free – $25.00

Parenting Strategies (Omaha)

NCHS Margre Durham Center 4939 S 118th St, Omaha, NE, United States

In this interactive workshop, the framework of the Seven Core Issues will be used to explore specific actions, activities, and strategies to help strengthen families and promote attachment and communication. All should leave the workshop with practical skills/ideas that can be implemented as desired in the family home. This training will be held in-person at... Read more »

Get Tickets Free – $25.00

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