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PARENTS’ EFFECTIVENESS SERVICE

Day 1

PROGRAM INTRODUCTION
 General objectives
 Specific objectives

MODULE 1 : Myself as a Person and as a Parent


Topic 1 : Understanding Myself as a Person
 Objectives

I. Basic Strengths of an Individual

II. Basic Weaknesses of an Individual

III. Factors Affecting One’s Characteristics as a Person

IV. Family Values

VI. Goals of Parents

 Recognize your basic strengths as a person

Topic 2 : My Self-esteem as a parent

 Building Positive Self-Esteem as a Parent

MODULE 2 : THE FILIPINO FAMILY


Topic: Understanding the dynamics of Filipino Family

I. DEFINITION OF FAMILY
II. IMPORTANCE OF FAMILY
III. FUNCTIONS OF THE FAMILY

IV. Characteristic of a Pilipino Family

V. Threats and Challenges Confronting the Filipino Family


MODULE 3 : Challenges of Parenting
Topic 1 : My Roles as a Parent
I. Parenting -
II. Importance of Learning Parenting Skills
III. 3 Basic Needs
A. Physical needs
B. Emotional needs
C. Intellectual needs
IV. Roles as a Caregiver
V. Appropriate Behaviors to Guide Children

Topic 2 :

A. Permissive – Indulgent
B. Authoritative-domineering
C. Democratic

Topic 3: STRENGTHENING HUSBAND AND WIFE RELATIONSHIP


STRENGTHENING PARENT AND CHILD RELATIONSHIP

I. Strengthening Husband and wife Relationship


a. How to point out mistake to your spouse
b. List of wishes
II. Strengthening Parent Child Relationship
a. ELEMENTS IN ORDER TO MAINTAIN A HARMONIOUS
RELATIONSHIP WITH OUR CHILDREN
b. Important principle of Parenting

MODULE 4 : Child Development


Topic: Child Development

I. FIVE MAJOR DOMAINS OF CHILD DEVELOPMENT


A. Physical dimension
B. Social dimension
C. Cognitive/intellectual dimension
D. Emotional Dimension
E. Moral and Spiritual
II. NOTICEABLE CHANGE AMONG CHILDREN AGES 0 TO 6 YEARS
OLD
III. BASIC PRINCIPLES IN UNDERSTANDING CHILD DEVELOPMENT
IV. DIFFERENT WAYS A CHILD LEARNS
V. PLAY ENHANCES AND FOSTERS CHILDREN’S OVERALL
DEVELOPMENT
VI. FOUR AREAS OF CHILD DEVELOPMENT
a. Personal/Social dimension
b. Cognitive/Intellectual dimensions
c. Emotional Dimension
d. Physical Dimension

Topic: BEHAVIOR MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES FOR YOUNGER


CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS

I. EIGHT STAGES OF PSYCHOSOCIAL DEVELOPMENT


a. Infancy (0-2)
b. Early Childhood (2-3)
c. Play age (3-6)
d. School age (6-12)
e. Adolescence (12-19)
f. Young Adult (19-40)
g. Adult (40-65)
h. Mature age (65-death)
II. BEHAVIORAL MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES FOR YOUNG
CHILDREN

MODULE 5 : Keeping your child Safe from Abuse


Topic 1: Child Rights and Responsibilities

I. Rights of the Child


II. Clustered four broad categories of Right of a child
a. Survival
b. Development
c. Protection
d. Participation

Topic 2: Child Abuse

a. Types of Child abuse


b. Effects of Child Abuse

Topic 3: Preventing Child Abuse


MODULE 6 : Building Children’s Positive Behavior

I. Ericson’s Eight Stages of Psychological Development


a. Infancy (0-2)
b. Play Age (2-3)
c. School age (6-12)
d. Adolescece (12-19)
e. Young Adult (19-40)
f. Adult (40-65)
g. Mature Age (65-Death)
II. Young Children Misbehave due to many reasons
a. Behavioral Management Techniques for young Children

III.Basic Approaches in Disciplining Adolescents

IV.Responding to risk-taking Behaviors of Adolescents

MODULE 7 : Health and Nutrition

I. Child Spacing
II. Prenatal Care
III. Care of the mother after Delivery
IV. Care of new born
V. Care of Common Childhood Diseases
VI. Prevention of Childhood illness and use of Herbal Medicines
VII. Dental Care
VIII. Prevention and Early Detection of childhood Disabilities
IX. Basic Nutrition
X. Nutrition during pregnancy,Lactation,Infancy and Preschool
XI. Growth Monitoring

MODULE 8 : Home management


I. Time Management
II. Financial Management
III. Basic Stress Management Technique
MODULE 9 : Keeping a Healthy Environment for your Children
I. Community Protection
II. Home-Based Waste Management