Legacy 685: Equipping and Sustaining Families

Schedule

Aug 29 — Intro to Legacy 685

Facilitator: Toni Steere

Join us as we explore how Legacy 685 seeks to connect, equip, and sustain adoptive and foster families.

Sep 5 — Biblical Basis for Trust Based Parenting

Facilitator: Toni Steere

Trust Based Relational Interventions has been widely talked about within Legacy 685 for years, but is there any Biblical basis for it? Join us as we discover what scripture has to say about connecting, empowering, and even correcting children from hard places.

Sep 12 — Galatians 5:22 – Understanding & Teaching Children Self-Regulation

Facilitator: Toni Steere

Teaching children self-control in this over-stimulating society can be challenging! Build skills and set your children up for academic and social success by utilizing simple techniques to help them stay alert and engaged.

Sep 19 — Educational Diagnosticians

Facilitator: Tami Clark

WHY are Educational Diagnosticians so important for children from tough spots? We know that due to traumatic histories, children from hard places often struggle through school, but what can parents do to be the very best advocates for their children? Come, explore, learn, and be encouraged as guest speaker and Educational Diagnostician, Tami Clark breaks it all down for us.

Sept. 26 — Learning Style Inventory

Facilitator: Tami Clark

Learning Styles play a major role in education and working environments. Studies performed all over the world with many different cultures indicate that Learning Styles are a principal ingredient of our achievement and success in school and at work.

The Learning Style Inventory is a comprehensive approach to the diagnosis of an individual's learning style. This instrument, a useful tool in analyzing the conditions under which students prefer to learn, assesses individual preferences in the following areas:

  • Immediate environment (sound, heat, light, and design)
  • Emotionality (motivation, responsibility, persistence, and structure)
  • Sociological needs (self-oriented, peer oriented, adult oriented, or combined ways)
  • Physical needs (perceptual preference(s), time of day, food intake, and mobility)

Join us as Tami imparts the LSI to us as adults! ALL those in attendance will receive a special offer to have this same inventory done for their children at a reduced rate.

*Registration is required for this class. The cost is $15.00 per person.
*Scholarships are available if there is a need.

Register for Learning Style Inventory

Oct 3 — Public/Private Education

Facilitator: Tami Clark

Join us as we explore how to impact your children and family by getting your children the services and early intervention they need.

Oct 10 — Pulse Check

Facilitator: Toni Steere

Empower your children through the fall. We are offering tips, encouragement, and building skills that will help your child make it through all of their school, holiday, and family events.

Oct 17 — Preparing YOUR Professional Team

Facilitators: Travis Jones, LPC and Toni Steere

Guiding our children to deep healing connections can be complex and sometimes includes the necessity of professionals. Join us as we talk about what to look for in a professional, how to interview, and what you can set in place even before the crisis hits.

Oct 24, Nov 7, Nov 14 — Marriage

Facilitators: Aaron & Hannah Bunker

Prepare and safe-guard your marriage in the journey of adoption/foster care with guest speakers and adoptive parents, Aaron and Hannah Bunker.

Milestones Class Details

Equip & Sustain is designed to provide Foster & Adoptive families with practical tools concerning relevant topics including the adoptive triad, marriage, education, & professional care. Whether you are pre or post placement, there is a space for you!

  • WhenWednesdays, Aug 29–Nov 14 @ 6:30–8p Starting Aug 29, 2018
  • Final Class Nov 14, 2018
  • Where The Loop Campus Rm 507