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Creating Invincible Youth
Real Tools for Parents and Schools
Friday, October 5, 2012 6:30 - 9:00 pm
Cross Point Church - Bellevue Campus
Charge "Warehouse" - 7675 Highway 70 South
Nashville, TN 37221

Remember when we used to assume that that our kids would make it without any need for special interventions? Sure, some kids failed, but they weren’t “our” kids.

The world has changed. Too many kids are unsuccessful, too many hurt, too many close calls. Today parents and adults are mobilizing their energy, ingenuity, and resources to ensure a bright future for their kids. But what do we do? How do we measure progress?

Whether you are a parent, work at a school, in juvenile justice, in the arts, in social services, or a family resource center, this dynamic evening will provide you with tools to essentially guarantee that your child and teen will avoid drugs and alcohol while achieving in school.

We will provide you with processes and tools to:

  • Develop great satisfaction in your youth/adult interactions
  • Implement measurable systems of parent engagement
  • Change the learning culture to increase student achievement
  • Prevent youth risk behaviors such as alcohol, tobacco, drug use and risky sexual behavior

Come and learn more about “how to create invincible youth.” You’ll never regret it. And, more importantly, you’ll never forget it.

Who Should Attend:
Anyone who is concerned about their child/teen. Everyone who is interested in the future of Tennessee’s young people.

Cost: $20

To Register: Email to Susan@icare-tn.com or call (615) 943-8032.

About the Presenter:
Derek Peterson is an International Child and Youth Advocate who has made over 2000 presentations around the world. He is an expert in the field of youth development, both in the United States and abroad. He is a pioneer in the implementation of the principles and outcomes of youth development within schools, communities, and families.

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