PARENT AIDE SERVICES
"You dry their tears.
You hold their hands... You kiss them goodnight...
and pray they grow up safe, happy and strong."
The Parent Aide Model is an effective method of addressing the problems faced by families. The Parent Aide Program helps families, help themselves.
The Parent Aide Service is a community based program designed to provide services to families who need support in parenting and home management. The Parent Aides are professionals and paraprofessionals who have received specialized training in child development and family management before working with a family. Parent Aides assist:
The Program is designed to replace patterns of non-effective or negative behavior with effective skills for parenting. The parent aide and parent develop an intensive, long-term relationship in order to move toward emotional adulthood and effective parenting. We believe that parents must first fulfill their own needs for nurturance before they can begin to adequately address the needs of their children. Parents first visit with the CAPP Intake Specialist before being assigned to a Parent Aide (professional staff and/or trained volunteers) who:
Parent aides help parents learn to build their self-confidence, self-esteem and coping skills. Many parents benefit by understanding the developmental needs of their children, while learning how to manage their home environment more effectively. Parent aides also teach parents how to make social contacts and to use community resources. Parent Aides provide paraprofessional services to parents for support and education in the following areas:
For more information, call the office at (910)
791-1057 x 17:
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This site was last updated 12/28/11