Communication is the cornerstone of relationships. It is the main way that people engage with their families and the way by which families create their identities. When family members take the time to really listen to and learn about each other, they discover ways to more effectively communicate.

The quality of communication influences the quality and stability of relationships. In addition, it influences children’s problem-solving skills, ability to relate with peers, and their level of emotional distress.

Communication includes speaking, writing, reading, listening, comprehending and evaluating. This information is useful for talking with parents, staff, youth and your own family.

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Cost: Free

Contact: Kyleigh Brown,, 816-380-8460