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It's That Easy

 

Beam Project Type: Project in Available Phase

Teaching evening classes to Latino parents about Parent Child Connectedness and how this relationship is the foundation for raising sexually healthy children.

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Collaboration

Lead Organization: The Center Clinic

Confirmed Collaborators: Mayo Clinic IBH/ECH Social Work

Potential Collaborators: QUEST

Detailed Description

It would be wonderful if there were students interesting in helping The Center Clinic  by teaching evening classes to our Latino parents about Parent Child Connectedness and how this relationship is the foundation for raising sexually healthy children presented through a culturally sensitive lens.

We have a curriculum from Teenwise, “It’s That Easy!” A guide to raising sexually healthy children  that could be used as a guide for the classes as well as possibly incorporating a mother/daughter/father/son day retreat.

Other topics could also be the focus of these classes, this is only a suggestion.  ( Last year students focused on diabetes prevention and our Latino community really benefited and appreciated their efforts.)

Impacts

PlanScape

Level 1: Children & Youth ; Diversity and Inclusion

Level 2:

DMC: Health & Wellness

Community Health: Mental Health

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Last modified by support on 2016/11/07
Created by lueth.janis on 2014/09/15

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