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FKCE Class Schedule

San Bernardino Valley College
Foster & Kinship Care Education Summer/Fall 2014 Class Schedule

For general information regarding workshops, please call (909) 384-4457. All of the classes listed in this schedule meet the criteria for San Bernardino County’s emotional behavioral training and for Los Angeles County’s “D” rate training. All training must be selected based on the individual needs of the foster/kinship child. Please discuss any additional training issues with your Children and Family Services (CFS) worker or the Specialized Care Facilitator as needed. For Specialized Care Rate information for San Bernardino County, contact Michelle Redman at (909) 891-3585.

 PARTICIPANTS MUST REGISTER TO ATTEND ANY OF THE LISTED CLASSES!!!

 Please call (909) 384-4457 or email: rrivera@valleycollege.edu

 MONDAY - FRIDAY   8:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M.

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LOCATION: Classes are held in various buildings on the San Bernardino Valley College campus, which is located at 701 S. Mt. Vernon Ave., San Bernardino, CA 92410, as well as locations off campus. Please check for classroom location by calling (909) 384-4457.
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TRAINING CERTIFICATE: Some FKCE facilitators issue training certificates for each class, but the State of California no longer requires foster parents to show certificates to their social workers as proof of training hours completed. All class sign-in sheets and participant registration forms are entered into the state’s database after all trainings. If individuals would like to receive a copy of their FKCE class transcripts, please contact the SBVC Foster & Kinship Care Education Program office, (909) 384-4457, and allow one week for processing.

PARKING: Parking permits are provided for participants who are pre-registered. Parking permits are required for all SBVC campus lots and campus streets. Avoid reserved, staff, visitor, and red-zoned spaces. Daily permits can be purchased from yellow dispensers in parking lots 1, 5, 7, 8, and 9 only. Daily permits cost $2.00. Free parking is provided across the street at the Pro Swap Meet (632 S. Mt. Vernon Ave.).

NO CHILDCARE: Per SBVC campus policy, children are not allowed in the classroom under any conditions and are not to be left unattended in any campus facility. Childcare will not be provided for any of the FKCE classes.

DISABILITY SERVICES: For disability-related reasonable accommodations, please contact the FKCE Program office at (909) 384-4457 no later than two weeks prior to the date services are needed.

QUESTIONS:
For further information, contact the SBVC Foster & Kinship Care Education Program office:
(909) 384-4457
San Bernardino Valley College - CC-208
701 South Mount Vernon Avenue
San Bernardino, CA 92410

Our office hours are Monday – Friday, 8:00 A.M. – 5:00 P.M. The office will be closed the following dates: 9/1/14, 11/11/14, 12/25 through 1/1/15 

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DO I HAVE TO REGISTER FOR THE CLASS?  YES! There is no way for us to contact you regarding class changes or cancellations if you do not pre-register. PLEASE NOTE: Classes that do not have PRE-REGISTERED participants will not be held.

* * * THE NEW CLASS SCHEDULE WILL BE MAILED MID-JULY * * *

FALL 2014 CLASSES

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 9:00 A.M. – 12:00 P.M.
WHAT IS SYNTHETIC MARIJUANA?
Facilitator: Dan Crain
Parent Education Center, 1010 Grant Ave. (across the street from San Bernardino Valley College)
New to the substance abuse scene, synthetic marijuana, known as “spice” has burst onto the national consciousness with an increase in emergency room visits. Difficult for national drug control policy experts to pin down, this substance is legally manufactured and has not yet been declared illegal. Efforts to combat synthetic marijuana are in the formative stages. This class explores this fairly new phenomenon in the substance abuse arena and participants are encouraged to attend to gain more information and understanding about this drug.

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 9:30 A.M. – 12:30 P.M.
SUBSTANCE ABUSE – THE IMPACT ON CHILDREN IN FOSTER CARE
Facilitator: Karen Dixon
Priscilla’s Helping Hands, Project REACH @ Ecclesia Christian Fellowship, 1314 E. Date St., San Bernardino
This workshop will discuss how substance abuse is often the underlying cause of family dysfunction and inconsistencies on how children are treated. Maltreated children of substance abusers are more likely to have poorer physical, intellectual, social, and emotional outcomes. Participants will identify signs of addiction such as denial, minimizing, and compulsive behaviors that impact a child’s development. Participant will discuss intervention and how to keep kids safe.

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 5:30 P.M. – 8:30 P.M.
WHEN A CHILD COMES INTO FOSTER CARE
Facilitator: Ida Tyler
Priscilla’s Helping Hands, Project REACH @ Ecclesia Christian Fellowship, 1314 E. Date St., San Bernardino
This class will help resource parents and caregivers better understand why children are placed in foster care and how they can prepare the child for stability in their home. This class will also help the caregiver welcome a child into their home. Some questions to ask the social worker are: How are children matched with a foster family? What are the things to have on hand in the home prior to placement? Can you give me some tips for dealing with separation and loss issues of foster children?

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 9:30 A.M. – 12:30 P.M.
ACTIVE TEEN PARENTING
Facilitator: Wanda Cooper
Parent Education Center, 1010 Grant Ave. (across the street from San Bernardino Valley College)
Active Parenting of Teens is parenting education program targeting parents of preteens and teens ages 10-17 who want to improve their parenting skills and their preteens’/teens’ behavior. It is based on the application of Adlerian parenting theory, which includes mutual respect among family members, non-violent discipline, problem solving, communication skills training, family enrichment, and encouragement. Participants will learn what “Active Teen Parenting” is, how to improve their parenting skills, and stay actively involved with their teens.

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 9:00 A.M. - 12:00 P.M.
PLACEMENT AGE PARALLELS DEVELOPMENTAL STAGES
Facilitator: Vern Bradley
Parent Education Center, 1010 Grant Ave. (across the street from San Bernardino Valley College)
In a very real sense, a foster child’s first day in your home is birth, and his or her growth and development in your home will follow a path identical to the milestones of early childhood development, even if the child is a teenager. Participants will learn a unique but helpful way of describing the stages of childhood development. Participants will learn the application of these stages to a child’s time in placement. Participants will present real-life situations for hands on application of the information presented.

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 9:00 A.M. – 12:00 P.M.
THE HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA: THE BEGINNING OR THE END?
Facilitator: Dan Crain
San Bernardino Valley College – Liberal Arts Building Room 104
Foster children are often ill-prepared after graduating high school and when they reach 18, they can be released from the system and still find no shelter and have few job skills. Yet our society wants them to get a job and find a place to live. Caregivers stress obtaining a diploma, but are we shortchanging these kids by asking them to just stop there? Should our society not encourage FURTHER education after high school? Come join this class for a strong look at the importance of education 12+.

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 9:30 A.M. – 12:30 P.M.
UNDERSTANDING MENTAL HEALTH AND MENTAL ILLNESS
Facilitator: Karen Dixon
Parent Education Center, 1010 Grant Ave. (across the street from San Bernardino Valley College)
Mental illness includes depression, manic disorders, anxiety disorders, panic disorders, hyperactive attention deficits, obsessive compulsive disorders, and bi-polar disorder. This class will discuss the definitions, symptoms, and behaviors associated with the disorders. Participants will discuss the stigmas plaguing mental health illness; the myths/taboos surrounding mental illness; identify early symptoms, and available treatment options and medications.

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 9:00 A.M. - 12:00 P.M.
THE CRITICAL STAGE OF EIGHTEEN TO THIRTY-SIX MONTHS
Facilitator: Vern Bradley
Parent Education Center, 1010 Grant Ave. (across the street from San Bernardino Valley College)
The terrible two’s has critical events, often overlooked by ALL of us. Learn these critical components so you can avoid and intervene, when necessary, to prevent unnecessary traumas which impact a child’s entire life. Participants will learn the critical developmental milestones which occur between eighteen to thirty-six months. Participants will learn essential guidelines for walking the child through this developmental stage. Participants will present real-life situations for hands-on application of the material presented.

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 10:00 A.M. – 12:00 P.M.
MAINTAINING FAMILY CONNECTIONS
Facilitator: Karen Dixon
Westside Kinship Center, 785 N. Arrowhead Ave., San Bernardino
This workshop will look at the challenges faced as caregivers regarding contact between children and their parents and extended family members on both sides of the family. Participants will understand the need to redefine and maintain connections with birthparents, siblings, and extended family members. Participants will understand how the kinship experience can impact and change the kinship caregiver’s family relationships. Participants will understand challenges that maintaining these connections can present.

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 5:30 P.M. – 8:30 P.M.
THE STRONG-WILLED CHILD
Facilitator: Wanda Cooper
Priscilla’s Helping Hands, Project REACH @ Ecclesia Christian Fellowship, San Bernardino
Do you have children who are wild and wonderful? Do you know if your child is strong willed or defiant? Is there a difference? Participants will learn the difference between a strong-willed child and a defiant child. We will learn creative ways to work with the strong willed child.

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 9:00 A.M. – 12:00 P.M.
NEGOTIATION SKILLS
Facilitator: Dan Crain
Parent Education Center, 1010 Grant Ave. (across the street from San Bernardino Valley College)
I want to spend the night at my friend’s house…I want to date that really good-looking guy (or girl)…I want to take the car to the football game…I want to stay out beyond my curfew…I want to wear these pants (or skirt)… ALL these statements place caregivers directly in the position of either saying yes or no. But isn’t there really another way? This is where negotiating skills enter the picture. This class explores methods caregivers can use with their adolescent children in negotiating situations and creating a win-win outcome between parent/teen.

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 9:00 A.M. – 12:00 P.M.
ATTACHMENT PARENTING PART I
Facilitator: Gwen Washington
Parent Education Center, 1010 Grant Ave. (across the street from San Bernardino Valley College)
What is meant by the term, “attachment?” How does having healthy attachment affect a child’s development? How do I aid a child in developing healthy attachment? Does a child with a traumatic history have difficulty with forming attachment? Participants will have an opportunity to explore these questions and will receive specific tools and techniques to aid in parenting children with attachment challenges. Participants will have a basic understanding of attachment theory and the impact that attachment has on development and behavior, participants will gain an understanding of why attachment parenting techniques are more effective with children who have trauma histories, participants will receive at least two tools to aid them in building healthy attachment with their children and at least two tools to aid them in effectively managing challenging behaviors.

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 9:30 A.M. – 12:30 P.M.
WORKING WITH THE SYSTEM
Facilitator: Wanda Cooper 
Priscilla’s Helping Hands, Project REACH @ Ecclesia Christian Fellowship, 1314 E. Date St., San Bernardino 
The Child Welfare System is a group of services designated to promote the well-being of children. How does this work once children enter into placement? Participants will learn the history of the Child Welfare System, the role of federal and state, and its role in the delivery of services through funding.

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 9:00 A.M. - 12:00 P.M.
TEACHING INDEPENDENCE BEGINS AT AGE THREE
Facilitator: Vern Bradley
Parent Education Center, 1010 Grant Ave. (across the street from San Bernardino Valley College)
Waiting until a child becomes a teenager is way too late. Independence and emancipation training begins at age three. And from that point on, we talk positively and confidently about the child’s success at being an independent and responsible adult fifteen years down the road. Participants learn to nurture the elements of independence during the three to six year old stage of development. Participants learn all the “things” not to say. Participants present real-life situations for hands-on application of the material presented.

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 9:00 A.M. – 12:00 P.M.
PREPARING FOR THE HOLIDAYS
Facilitator: Dan Crain
Parent Education Center, 1010 Grant Ave. (across the street from San Bernardino Valley College)
Children who come from families of severe abuse and neglect do not understand the holiday traditions. And, as research indicates, these holiday traditions create the “warmth” that is so important in families. Caregivers look at their own family traditions as kids and as parents now to explore how holiday routines can assist the children in their care who had none. In this way participants come to better grasp how these holiday traditions can have the best impact on their children.

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 9:30 A.M. – 12:30 P.M.
BECOMING MEDIA SAVVY – COMPUTER CLASS FOR CAREGIVERS
Facilitator: Karen Dixon
San Bernardino Valley College – Business Building Room 118
The new world order requests that parents need to understand what their kids are doing on the computer and how to keep them safe. Caregivers also need to know how to stay in touch with schools by computer and access important information. Caregivers will actually go on computers and practice accessing information and safety parental controls.

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 9:00 A.M. - 12:00 P.M.
WHY DO WE SEE OURSELVES AS INEFFECTIVE WHEN WE ARE NOT?
Facilitator: Vern Bradley
Parent Education Center, 1010 Grant Ave. (across the street from San Bernardino Valley College)
There is a very simple answer to this question. We think we are ineffective because we focus the “camera” on the child or teen’s behavior rather than assessing our behavior. It is our behavior that makes the difference and declares whether or not we are effective. Participants identify those real-life situations where they see themselves as ineffective. Participants learn a simple assessment tool for evaluating their behavior, not the child or teen’s behavior.

MONDAY, DECEMBER 1, 9:00 A.M. – 12:00 P.M.
CHILDREN WHO RUN AWAY (OR GO AWOL)
Facilitator: Dan Crain
San Bernardino Valley College – Liberal Arts Room 104
Kids who go through daily beatings, maybe broken bones, are treated like they do not matter, and are sexually exploited often find themselves unwilling to stay with their family of origin and may run away. And this pattern of avoidance may continue in foster placement. They may find themselves becoming too close to their new family or their problems may just feel too overwhelming. Children who seek to deal with their problems by leaving are way too common. Attendees in this class review this negative pattern called running away.

MONDAY, DECEMBER 1, 9:30 A.M. – 12:30 P.M.
HOLIDAY BLUES: GRIEF AND LOSS FOR CHILDREN
Facilitator: Karen Dixon
Parent Education Center, 1010 Grant Ave. (across the street from San Bernardino Valley College)
Many youth have experienced abuse and broken promises during holiday seasons in the past. The possibility of seeing family members brings a wide variety of feelings including anxiety, joy, anger, and sadness. Caregivers will discuss how to help their foster child survive the holidays and be patient with their emotions.

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 9:00 A.M. - 12:00 P.M.
THE SELF-ESTEEM TRAP
Facilitator: Vern Bradley
Parent Education Center, 1010 Grant Ave. (across the street from San Bernardino Valley College)
What makes me a worthwhile human being? My success? My earning power? My looks? My report card? What are we reflecting back to the kids we serve about their intrinsic value? Their value to us and to society? Come to class to begin shifting gears and escape the self-esteem trap. Participants learn the important difference between self-esteem and self-worth. Participants learn to nurture the innate self-worth that exists in all of us. Participants present real-life situations for hands-on application of the material presented.

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 5:30 P.M. – 8:30 P.M.
WHAT ARE YOUR TRUE COLORS?
Facilitator: Wanda Cooper
Priscilla’s Helping Hands, Project REACH @ Ecclesia Christian Fellowship, 1314 E. Date St., San Bernardino
Are you smart with books, in art, with your body, with people? Are you a gold, green, blue or orange learning style? Are you a visual learner? Learning the different styles will help with understanding and supporting at risk learners and to address their needs. This class focuses on learning these different learning styles, learning strategies to increase your foster child’s or children’s performance. It will also improve their understanding of self and others and enhance the appreciation of these differences.

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 9:00 A.M. – 12:00 P.M.
CHILDREN WHO ARE FOOD INSECURE
Facilitator: Dan Crain
Parent Education Center, 1010 Grant Ave. (across the street from San Bernardino Valley College)
Children who come from family circumstances where there was insufficient food available carry this trauma with them into foster care. If they were homeless and living on the streets, they may gorge themselves when they eat, get sick as a result, and may possibly hoard food. This trauma is very difficult for them to overcome since it deals with a basic human need. Their hindered memories impact how they interact with any eating process. This class explores this complex problem for children.

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 9:30 A.M. - 12:30 P.M.
UNDERSTANDING SPECIAL EDUCATION AND EARLY INTERVENTION SERVICES
Facilitator: Karen Dixon
Priscilla’s Helping Hands, Project REACH @ Ecclesia Christian Fellowship, San Bernardino
This workshop describes special needs issues that prevent youth from succeeding in school. Participants will identify these issues and examine techniques to help navigate the school system, including resources available to help them through the process of intervention.

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4, 9:00 A.M. – 12:00 P.M.
ATTACHMENT PARENTING PART II
Facilitator: Gwen Washington
Parent Education Center, 1010 Grant Ave. (across the street from San Bernardino Valley College)
What is meant by the term, “attachment?” How does having healthy attachment affect a child’s development? How do I aid a child in developing healthy attachment? Does a child with a traumatic history have difficulty with forming attachment? Participants will have an opportunity to explore these questions and will receive specific tools and techniques to aid in parenting children with attachment challenges. Participants will have a basic understanding of attachment theory and the impact that attachment has on development and behavior. Participants will gain an understanding of why attachment parenting techniques are more effective with children who have trauma histories. Participants will receive at least two tools to aid them in building healthy attachment with their children and at least two tools to aid them in effectively managing challenging behaviors.

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4, 9:30 A.M. – 12:30 P.M.
PARENTING THE TRAUMATIZED CHILD I
Facilitator: Wanda Cooper
Priscilla’s Helping Hands, Project REACH @ Ecclesia Christian Fellowship, 1314 E. Date St., San Bernardino
Many children who are in the foster care system have experienced trauma. These children have prolonged problems after a traumatic event. Participants will define trauma, discuss different types of trauma, and look at the impact trauma has on the brain. We will also look at the range of symptoms and the kinds of feelings trauma and neglect produce as well as why traumatized children have difficulty relating to caregivers.

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 9:00 A.M. - 12:00 P.M.
WHY DO HOLIDAYS AND ANGER HAVE TO GO TOGETHER?
Facilitator: Vern Bradley
Parent Education Center, 1010 Grant Ave. (across the street from San Bernardino Valley College)
Well, anger at any time is difficult to deal with, whether we’re talking about our own anger or the kids’ anger. Punishing anger does little for what triggers and drives anger. And yes, holidays can be a trigger. Come to class to learn so-called anger management. Participants learn the difference between anger and rage and how to respond to each. Participants learn the triggers to both anger and rage. Participants present real-life situations for hands-on application of the material presented.

MONDAY, DECEMBER 8, 9:00 A.M. – 12:00 P.M.
CHILDREN WHO ARE RAGEFUL
Facilitator: Dan Crain
San Bernardino Valley College – Liberal Arts Room 104
Enduring severe physical punishment – living in closets and unable to use a toilet – being sexually abused – experiencing domestic violence – being food deprived day after day – just a few examples of how some children in foster care are maltreated. This level of maltreatment must come at a serious cost for these children. And parents need to consider what this must do to these fragile kids. In this class, we explore the intense feelings these kids must experience and how their rage comes out in many forms of mistrust and misbehavior.

MONDAY, DECEMBER 8, 9:30 A.M. – 12:30 P.M.
PREPARING YOUTH FOR LIFE AFTER HIGH SCHOOL
Facilitator: Karen Dixon
Parent Education Center, 1010 Grant Ave. (across the street from San Bernardino Valley College)

The transition to adulthood and financial independence can be challenging for most adolescents, but more so for foster youth who don’t have the support of family and/or parents. What should caregivers do to encourage and assist these youth to go to college or get vocational skills? Our messages need to be encouraging and supportive to our youth who are struggling with growing up. Caregivers will discuss the challenges of working with “non-minor dependents” (NMD) and what they need in services, resources, support, and opportunities to be successful.

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 9:00 A.M. - 12:00 P.M.
HEALING HEARTS AFTER LOSS
Facilitator: Vern Bradley
Parent Education Center, 1010 Grant Ave. (across the street from San Bernardino Valley College)
What we will learn today applies to both kids and caregivers alike. Loss results in critical heartache. Our ability to live life to our fullest is diminished. The holidays can be a perfect time to begin healing for both ourselves and the foster kids we serve. Participants learn to identify all the events in one’s life that are in reality LOSSES. Participants learn the stages of grieving.

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 5:30 P.M. – 8:30 P.M.
UNDERSTANDING AUTISM
Facilitator: Wanda Cooper
Priscilla’s Helping Hands, Project REACH @ Ecclesia Christian Fellowship, 1314 E. Date St., San Bernardino
This class provides an overview of autism, including symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of a child with this disorder. Participants will be able to define autism, distinguish from Asperger’s, describe three symptoms, recall criteria to be diagnosed, and describe supportive services.

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 9:00 A.M. – 12:00 P.M.
BLAME IT ON THE BRAIN
Facilitator: Dan Crain
Parent Education Center, 1010 Grant Ave. (across the street from San Bernardino Valley College)
When a baby “soaks up” what they see, hear, and touch, it is said they are “sponges”. This process of learning goes even further in that children, as they grow, constantly learn from their environment. In addition, as children become young adults their brain IS STILL LEARNING. This means that sometimes they make rash decisions, which can land them in precarious situations. In this class participants see how a young person’s brain is constantly maturing and needs adult direction.

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 9:30 A.M. – 12:30 P.M.
WORKING WITH THE LGBTQ YOUTH
Facilitator: Karen Dixon
San Bernardino Valley College – Classroom to be determined
Many youth struggle with identity issues during adolescence, but some more so with issues of gender, sexual identity, and self-esteem. This workshop will provide caregivers a chance to examine pre-conceived ideas of sexuality and sexual orientation. Participants will be able to define LGBTQ terms and understand the difference between sexual orientation and sexual behavior. Participants will identify community resources and understand the needs of these youth to be supported in their developmental tasks and educational attainment.

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11, 9:30 A.M. – 12:30 P.M.
PARENTING THE TRAUMATIZED CHILD II
Facilitator: Wanda Cooper
Parent Education Center, 1010 Grant Ave. (across the street from San Bernardino Valley College)
In this class participants will look at the behaviors that parents can encounter in traumatized children. Participants will learn ways that can help de-escalate disruptive behaviors, how to build a trusting relationship with a traumatized child, and how therapy can help. We will also explore why routine is important to a traumatized child.

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 9:00 A.M. - 12:00 P.M.
WHAT DID YOU GET ME FOR CHRISTMAS?
Facilitator: Vern Bradley
Parent Education Center, 1010 Grant Ave. (across the street from San Bernardino Valley College)
What you want to say and what you don’t say! And what do you do if the kid is so over-the-top challenging that you don’t want to put anything under the tree for him? Could we just have an awesome time over the holidays without focusing on presents? Participants will identify the critical holiday issues and needs for foster kids and foster teens. Participants will learn through brainstorming to respond to those issues and needs.


CLASES EN ESPAÑOL

MIERCOLES, 12 DE NOVIEMBRE, 5:30 P.M. – 8:30 P.M.
LA ANSIEDAD Y EL MIEDO EN LOS NIÑOS
Instructor: Fernando Bolívar
San Bernardino Valley College – North Hall Room 336
El mundo de los niños está lleno de miedos y ansiedad. Esta clase se enfocara en las condiciones más comunes que están relacionados con la ansiedad: ansiedad social, ansiedad generalizada, conducta obsesiva-compulsiva, fobias, ansiedad de separaciones. Los padres tendrán la oportunidad de entender más sobre la diagnosis, los síntomas y tratamiento de estas condiciones de ansiedad.

MIERCOLES, 19 DE NOVIEMBRE, 5:30 P.M. – 8:30 P.M.
EL SINDROME FETAL DE ALCOHOL
Instructor: Fernando Bolívar
San Bernardino Valley College – North Hall Room 336
Uno de los efectos más severos de tomar alcohol durante la etapa prenatal es el síndrome fetal de alcohol que produce problemas al sistema nervioso, causa anormalidades faciales, de crecimiento, y problemas intelectuales entre otros. Esta clase facilitara el entendimiento de las graves consecuencias físicas e intelectuales de tomar alcohol durante la etapa prenatal.

SABADO, 6 DE DICIEMBRE, 9:00 A.M. – 12:00 P.M.
MEJORAMIENTO SOBRE EL MANEJO DE NUESTRAS FINANZAS
Instructora: Elisa Arteaga
San Bernardino Valley College – North Hall Room 152
En esta clase tendremos la oportunidad de aprender algunas técnicas de cómo podemos mejorar el manejo de nuestras finanzas, como planear mejor nuestro futuro financiero, como eliminar gastos innecesarios y como crear un plan de gastos y podrán transmitir esta información a los jóvenes bajo su cuidado.