It's easy for parents to get confused and frustrated when it comes to
disciplining children and teens. This presentation will help.
FSGC's Abby Callis, PsyD, will highlight various approaches to discipline
and the effects they can have on children and teens. She will also share
fair, positive strategies that will minimize power struggles and help your
child learn about consequences and taking responsibility for their own
actions and decisions.
You’ll also be able to ask your specific questions about this topic! If you
have questions, please enter them when you sign up. Then, Dr. Callis will
address as many of them as possible during the conversation.
Spots for this virtual event are limited—first-come, first-served!
Sign up today here by clicking the picture! You will receive a link to the presentation via e-mail no later than 5 p.m. (CT) the day of the presentation. For more information, email email@example.com or call 785.270.8907.
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Check out this resource! The Weatherization Program will provide a grant to homeowners, an opportunity to obtain assistance with insulation, HVAC systems, sealing. The minimum assistance provided per qualifying activity shall be $1,500.00 and maximum lifetime assistance per house and per homeowner is $10,000 dollars. Weatherization improves energy efficiency and lowers utility bills. The Weatherization Program is intended to help income eligible homeowners make upgrades to their homes such as the following: • 90% or higher Furnace Replacement • Roof Replacement • Insulation in the attic and walls • Close crawl spaces • Exterior door and broken windows • Sealant and caulking to seal leakage To be eligible for this program the applicant must: • Fill out an Application (Pick one up at DHS, 620 Madison, Topeka, KS (1st Floor) or call 785-368-3711 and ask for Shane Wilson) • Own and Occupy the property within the City limits • Primary resident for a year • Provide proof of income less than 60% median income