This group is meant for anyone caregiving a child who has prenatal alcohol and/or meth exposure. We will discuss what has changed in the child’s brain and how this affects their behaviors. There will be discussion about how to interact successfully with the team involved in the child’s life. This team will include the school personnel, therapists, other family members and often other agencies including the Department of Social Services. This 8-week class will meet for an hour and a half per session. Cost is $20 per session.
Over the 8 week course topics covered will be: FASD alphabet soup, brain basics, FASD & the attachment paradigm, FASD & Sensory processing, FASD & secondary disabilities, FASD & the school system and much more.
For questions or to secure your spot in the course please contact Catholic Social Services at 605-348-6086 or firstname.lastname@example.org
First class will be offered 2/21-4/11/19.
The story begins in 1876 amidst the Black Hills Gold Rush that triggered settlement in the Black Hills. Gold miners needed large volumes of timber for placer mining, and even larger volumes as they followed surface gold to its underground sources. Add to that the demands of domestic and other industrial users for timber that soon followed – railroads, flume line builders, and fuel wood for mill boilers – and you find a frontier economy with a voracious appetite for timber. Frontiers were notorious for depleting renewable resources such as timber and water. What was unusual was how this pine forest was transformed into the Black Hills National Forest. The lecture will be presented by David Miller, a citizen with decades of involvement in renewable resource conservation policy. Homestake Adams Research and Cultural Center; 12:00 p.m.; admission by donation.
“We Believe in Kids” is WellFully’s signature fundraising event, sharing with the community a meaningful evening where attendees will be treated to a plated dinner, raffle drawings. The program celebrates WellFully’s accomplishments over the past year, especially those of the youth we serve.
This year’s theme is “Under One Roof” celebrating youth from all backgrounds and needs finding the help they need all under one roof in our new Premier Adolescent Care Center.
You say or do something and you wonder, “where did that come from?” only to remember your mother said and did that and suddenly you realize you have become your mother. In a PowerPoint™ presentation, audience members will be reminded of common expressions used by our mothers, along with humorous stories that help us understand the powerful gene pool from which we came. The presentation by South Dakota Humanities Council Speaker’s Bureau Scholar Phyllis Schrag includes inspiring quotes attributed to notable famous women of all generations. Homestake Adams Research and Cultural Center; 12:00 p.m.; admission by donation.