8. May 2013 20:08
We need your help. Are you or someone you know…
35 – 60 years old
Parents of adult children or have teenagers in the home
Married or coupled
Open to, or familiar with, integrative healing practices?
If so, we need your help. We are looking for volunteers to participate in a focus group to help us advance our work.
What are you signing up for?
Ninety minutes of your time in a group held near the University of MN St. Paul campus.
There will be 6-8 people in the group.
We’ll have four focus group times available in late May/early June (dates/times are forthcoming). You’ll choose just one.
Lunch or dinner will be provided.
To participate in a focus group, or to become a collaborative partner in our child wellbeing work, call 877-287-2441, press 4.
For more information on Anu Family Services visit us at www.anufs.org, “Like” us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.
GET PRESS RELEASE
16. February 2013 13:03
Are you an adoptive parent of an internationally adopted child with a disability? Since the finalization of your child’s adoption, has your child been placed out of the home in a group home, residential treatment center, foster care or another adoptive family? In this study adoptive parents will provide about 60 to 90 minutes of their time to interview them about their experiences. Participation is voluntary and your information will be protected and confidential. Your participation in this study will never be disclosed.
A Study investigating placement stability of international adoptees is seeking participants.
To participate in this study, or to find out more information about this study, please read this flyer and contact JaeRan Kim at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit my website at jaerankimresearch.wordpress.com.
This study has been approved by the University of Minnesota Institutional Review Board #1301P26761
23. July 2012 12:58
Our PARENT COACHING SERVICE NOW AVAILABLE is a short-term intervention that provides foster, adoptive and kinship parents and other caregivers with hands-on, here-and-now tools for bringing about rapid and dramatic improvement in their child’s behavior. Using a strategy customized to each individual family, coaches work with caregivers, in the absence of the child, to teach methods and tools that promote attachment and self-esteem while feeding the development of even more positive behaviors. Caregivers are able to strengthen bonds while teaching children new and effective ways of interacting with their world. See the Press Release
Make a Referral for Parent Coaching Online or call 1.877.287.2441