Empowered Parents Workshop Series

Hosted by Spaulding for Children, Avondale Youth Assistance, and
LifeChurch Auburn Hills

November 10th, November 17th, and December 1st
Auburn Elementary

Tired. Worried. Overwhelmed. If you’re a parent or caregiver, you’ve probably felt this way more often than you’d like. And you’re not alone. Parents are facing significant challenges as we navigate the continued impacts of the pandemic on our kids and families. But every challenge also presents us an opportunity to help prepare our kids to thrive in through whatever they face in life. That’s why we’re inviting you to join us for a three part workshop series that will focus on empowering you with the tools, confidence, and community you need to be the parent your child needs. Dinner and childcare will be provided at each workshop. Topics include:

11/10 || Uncovering Parenting Superpowers
11/17 || Overcoming Parenting Obstacles
12/1   || Facing Parenting Challenges Together
About the Presenter: Kris Henneman
Kris Henneman serves as the Vice President of the Spaulding Institute for Family and Community Development at Spaulding for Children. Mr. Henneman has worked to support families and communities for over 33 years, including experience in mental
health and child welfare.  He has provided training and technical assistance for the National Resource Center For Adoption and has been involved in developing
national curriculums on resource family preparation and adoption. He has
facilitated numerous organizational strategic planning meetings to
improve organizational outcomes. Most recently he has developed online
courses on Infant Adoption, Child Preparation, Post Adoption Services
and Save Haven legislation. Mr. Henneman is a parent by birth and
Register Below