Invite parenting expert Sarah Rosensweet to speak to your school’s parent community as a government funded PRO grant speaker.

The Ontario government PRO Grant helps your Parent Council pay for parent education and involvement events. Everything you need to know is below!

Sarah Rosensweet’s practical, compassionate approach to parenting gives parents the support and strategies they need to enjoy their kids again! Sarah works with parents around the world one-on-one, teaches workshops and speaks around the Greater Toronto Area.

Invite parenting expert Sarah Rosensweet to speak to your school’s parent community as a government funded PRO grant speaker.

The Ontario government PRO Grant helps your Parent Council pay for parent education and involvement events. Everything you need to know is below!

Sarah Rosensweet’s practical, compassionate approach to parenting gives parents the support and strategies they need to enjoy their kids again! Sarah works with parents around the world one-on-one, teaches workshops and speaks around the Greater Toronto Area.

Would you like Sarah to be a PRO Grant speaker for the parent community at your child’s school?

The Ontario provincial government has a grant that can make it easy! The PRO Grant is “designed to support parents in identifying barriers to parent engagement in their own community and to find local solutions to involve more parents in support of student achievement, human rights and equity, and well-being.”

You or another representative of your school’s Parent Council can apply to get the funding to have Sarah speak at your school.

Here’s how it works:

Thank you! This was by far the best parenting talk I have ever heard.

Julie

South Leaside Moms Group

Speaking Topics:

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How To Raise Resilient Kids

Learn about resilience, why it’s important, and how children develop ‘grit’. We will cover specific ways that you can support your child to foster resilience, as well as the common mistakes that well-meaning parents make that hamper the development of grit.

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How To Manage Stress At Home: Your Child’s and Your Own

Homework and school challenges, friend troubles, anxiety and worries: unfortunately, stress in our children’s lives is all too real and common. Learn how to help your child manage stress and how to manage your own stress levels when things are hard with your child.

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Hold On and Let Go: Parenting Your Tween

Learn strategies for connecting with your tween and establishing more freedom and responsibility for them while maintaining appropriate limits. The teen years can be wonderful! This presentation will help you get started on the right track.

Are you interested in a different topic? Email Sarah to discuss your options!

Sarah Rosensweet is an engaging and informed speaker. She gave parents valuable information and practical tools to use in their daily parenting life. Her talk inspired and supported the parents in our audience.

Sperry Bilyea

founder, 'Shift Your Thinking' Education Summit

Speaking Topics:

How To Raise Resilient Kids

Do you worry that your child gives up too easily or doesn’t know how to work toward a goal? We want our children to have the tenacity and passion to work hard to reach their goals and to feel good about themselves and their lives while doing it. This concept is captured by the old-fashioned word ‘grit.’

Today we recognize that grit – the resilience to recover after setbacks, difficult situations or disappointments – is a major factor in a child’s success at school and a predictor of a happy and productive life.

But how do kids develop resilience? It requires more than letting them experience failure, although that’s part of it. As parents we play a crucial role: to support our children so that they can grow and thrive in the face of life’s challenges.

In this interactive talk with parenting expert Sarah Rosensweet, you will learn about resilience, why it’s important, and how children develop ‘grit’. We will cover specific ways that you can support your child to foster resilience, as well as the common mistakes that well-meaning parents make that hamper the development of grit.

Managing Stress At Home

Homework and school challenges, friend troubles, anxiety and worries: unfortunately, stress in our children’s lives is all too real and common. Sometimes stress levels can feel unmanageable. Parents struggle to help their children deal with this stress while regulating their own stress levels.

Stress is practically unavoidable in our modern world. It can affect our lives in very negative ways: by damaging our physical and mental health, creating unhappiness, and making life much harder than it needs to be. stress can make us sick and unhappy, making life much harder than it needs to be.

Parents need strategies to help their children manage stress and develop emotionally healthy resilience. Parents also need to understand and manage their emotions and reactions in the face of their children’s stress.

In this interactive talk with parenting expert Sarah Rosensweet, you will learn how to help your child manage stress, the importance of parental self-regulation, and how to manage your own stress levels. You will leave with the specific practices and know-how you need to support your child (and yourself) in stressful periods or situations.

Hold On and Let Go: Parenting Your Tween

The tween years: forget the terrible twos, the tween years can be the hardest you face as a parent. Not only is your child experiencing the physical upheaval of pre-puberty or puberty, their brain is rewiring itself, which can cause emotional upheaval. And amid all of this, your child is undergoing an appropriate developmental necessity and separating from you. You will both experience growing pains.

Tweens want more freedom and larger boundaries in life. To keep them safe and influence them to make good choices, we need stay close to our tweens while they are beginning to move away from us. To navigate this stage and prepare for the teenage years just around the corner, we need to parent for both connection and independence. We have to both hold and let go.

In this interactive talk with parenting expert Sarah Rosensweet, you will learn strategies for connecting with your tween and establishing more freedom and responsibility for them while maintaining appropriate limits. The teen years can be wonderful! This presentation will help you  get started on the right track.

Any questions? Are you interested in a different topic? Email Sarah to discuss!

Your workshop has been life changing! I had no idea it would work as well as it did. You have given us strategies that make life and parenting fun again!

Amanda

mother