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NSPN Event: Dr. Jeffrey Krukar on Collaborative Problem Solving
The North Shore People Network invites you to an evening of information and networking.
Who: Parents, educators, professionals and community members with interest in the special educational needs of students in the early childhood, elementary, middle and high schools of the North Shore and beyond
What: Please join the discussion as Dr. Jeffrey
Krukar, licensed psychologist and certified school psychologist practicing with children and families in the North Shore and Oconomowoc areas, offers an
overview of the Collaborative Problem-Solving approach to reducing challenging behavior. CPS is an evidence-based approach for reducing challenging behavior in children and youth through the teaching of critical thinking skills
associated with flexibility, frustration tolerance and problem-solving. This relationship based model of care is a constructive alternative to traditional behavioral approaches as it gives parents, professionals and the individuals with behavioral and developmental differences the tools to work though the issues that lead to challenging behavior, solve ongoing real-life social problems, and learn important thinking and problem solving that can be used in
RSVP: To Terri Hart-Ellis at email@example.com by Monday, November 12th. Your RSVP is encouraged to ensure we have adequate seating and materials. If you forget to RSVP or miss the RSVP date, don’t let that stop you from attending! For questions or interest in joining our planning committee, please call Terri at 414/217-8999.
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|Where||Saint Francis Children's Center 6700 N Port Washington Rd, Glendale, WI 53217|
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|Time||6:20 pm–8:30 pm|
More About Saint Francis Children's Center
Right next to Cardinal Stritch, along Port Washington Road, is the large property of St. Francis Children's Center. The interior is colorful, clean and vibrant. The staff is friendly, professional and willing to assist at every turn. The exterior includes a large playing area, another smaller playing area in the front, and several pieces of playground equipment. Three members of the staff are residents of Glendale, and two are graduates of neighboring Nicolet High School. Creative nurturing and education for early childhood development is the St. Francis Children's Center's primary concern.