We recognize that parents are the first and most important adults in a child’s life, and the ones that will most influence their physical and mental health. We also recognize that parenting is a challenging journey–a journey often walked without nearly enough support. Through funding from The Sherwood Foundation and OPPD, The Wellbeing Partners works to support families within workplaces and the community.
Family Wellness Newsletters
These Parenting Newsletters are published weekly within our Member Portal on topics like bedtime, consequences, and mealtime connections. These flyers are available to member organizations and can be distributed to employees. Click here to learn more about becoming a member.
Parent Support Classes and 1:1 Parent Coaching
Research shows that parental stress largely affects adult mental health, job performance, and satisfaction within relationships. The Wellbeing Partners are currently designing new programs to support parental mental health through effective and developmentally appropriate parental support. To inquire about bringing this program to your organization, please contact our Youth Wellness Coordinator, Claire.
Webinar: Encouraging Healthy Eating
This webinar was created in collaboration with Creighton University to help families consider ways to support healthy eating with their children.
Webinar: Addressing the Challenges of Remote Learning
This webinar was created during the beginning of the COVID-19 Pandemic and provides support for families who are remote learning, including creative ways to build movement into the learning day, how to balance screen time, and how to protect students’ mental health during difficult times.
Webinar: Connecting with Children who have experienced Trauma
This webinar was created as an introduction to Adverse Childhood Experiences, how they impact behavior in children, and how adults can use trauma-informed strategies to connect with children who have experienced trauma.
To learn more about this program, email our Youth Wellness Coordinator, Claire.