Want to know how you can get involved with Mission Georgia efforts towards supporting foster children throughout Georgia? Need trainings? Support? Mission Georgia has important information to these and other questions. Reach out!
A private support group for the foster parents of Carroll County, Georgia. This is where one can support and encourage one another, share tips and information, and provide a place where you can share experiences and concerns.
If you would like more information on becoming a foster parent, please visit the website and learn about becoming a foster parent.
Help Your Child Grow and Thrive by Monitoring Their Development!
Developmental Milestones are skills such as taking a first step, smiling for the first time, and waving "bye-bye." Tracking these important milestones can help you see if your child’s development is on track, or if they need extra support and intervention. Choose your child’s age below to view expected developmental milestones for children of that age. You can also compare expected milestones between age groups by choosing up to three ages. Each age group lists milestones to look for in four different developmental domains. If your child’s age is between checklists, use the younger checklist.
An excellent resource for our parents/guardians.
Willowbrooke at Tanner hosts Parenting Support Group on the last Thursday of each month at 5:30 p.m. The purpose of this group is to get parents, caregivers and guardians together to talk about raising children, including the challenges, the joys or whatever other support they feel they need. This group also will encourage parents to talk about what has worked for them that other parents may find to be useful.
Last Thursday of the month @ 5:30 p.m.
Tanner Medical Center/Carrollton, Classroom 1
705 Dixie Street. Carrollton, GA 30117.
For more information 770-812-8347.
Helping parents support their children.
More information at 1-844-MYGADHS
Children participating in FOCUS activities range in age from birth through 29 years old and have many types of physical and/or developmental disabilities, including rare genetic syndromes, cerebral palsy, autism, and Down syndrome. Programs include hospital support, workshops, adapted day and overnight camps, adapted swim teams, parent share groups, family camps and activities, equipment loan program, grants for critical medical equipment, and more. FOCUS seeks to create a community for families of children with disabilities. This agency is located in Georgia.
The Children of Divorce® Seminar is a court ordered Coparenting Family Education Program for parties involved in divorce, separate maintenance, paternity, change of custody, visitation, legitimation, and other domestic relations matters involving children.
Whether you are court mandated or you simply want the best up-to-date information about how to keep your kids healthy and safe throughout the divorce process, our divorce class online covers a wide range of topics including effective co-parenting strategies, handling finances, general legal issues, the impact of divorce on children, new relationships and blended family issues, abuse and domestic violence issues, and much more.
Course For Parents provides access to the Parent Education And Family Stabilization Course, which may be a court-ordered parenting class required in the state of Georgia for parents that are seeking a divorce according to Georgia Uniform Superior Court Rule 24.8 and Code.
From pre-natal to young adult, our team of Parenting Experts will help you handle big and small parenting challenges so you can have more Peace at Home.
Right now not being able to meet, keep on checking in the future.
Families Count with Ms. Lindsey Williamson, a 6-week parenting class,
free childcare available, and meal included.
call 205-639-8332 or email Ms. Lindsey.