San Francisco

1710 Scott Street, San Francisco, CA 94115 • 415-359-2454

For 35 years, Parents Place in San Francisco has been helping families thrive. Our highly experienced team of parent educators and clinicians offers parenting workshops, parent coaching and consultation, child behavior and school support, clinical and special needs services, parent/child activity groups, child and family therapy, and much more. Visit us today!

Upcoming Workshops + Events
Parents will learn typical speech and language milestones from 1-3 years of age, what to expect when your child begins to speak, and how to identify red flags indicating that help from a speech therapist may be necessary. Additionally, parents will learn play strategies and similar techniques that speech therapists use to build and enhance language and cognition during daily routines. A recommended list of books and toys will be available with instructions on how to use in your day-to-day family activities.With Erika Cardamone, MS, CCC-SLP[For Parents of Infants & Toddlers: Birth through Preschool]
Parents Place presents San Francisco's largest annual preschool exhibition. Preschool Preview Night showcases over 100 preschools, childcare centers, resource agencies, and child-related service providers in San Francisco. This parents-only evening is your opportunity to talk one-on-one with representatives from preschools and find the best match for your child. Tickets include a complete list of participating preschools and exhibitors. Beverages and light-bites will be available in the gallery! Register in advance at discount ticket price of $18! (At-the-door tickets $20) [For Parents of Infants & Toddlers: Birth through Preschool][Special Events & Lectures]
During this webinar you will gain valuable tips on how to use positive redirection, limit-setting and creativity to effectively and consistently turn your child’s “no” into “yes”. Young children are busy creating their own identities separate from their parents and becoming independent people. Older children are experimenting with power and control as they begin to make choices, test limits, and gain confidence in their own abilities. Our job as parents and teachers is to guide them, encourage them, build their self-esteem, anticipate conflicts, and, above all, stay calm and in control, even when pushed to our own limits. If we want cooperation, we need to respect children, understand their individual strengths, set up positive feedback loops and environments, and offer suitable choices for them to begin to make decisions for themselves. Join presenter Heidi Emberling for this interactive online workshop. To access the webinar, you will need: Windows or Mac computer: please check that your computer equipment meets the system requirements Internet connection (broadband is best) Computer speakers or a phone Unique link that will be emailed to you from info@digitalparent.com   [For Parents of Infants & Toddlers: Birth through Preschool]
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