Parenting Resources for parents of teens
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- You can find the Curriculum Frameworks for MA school
Cyberbullying Research Center provides information about cyberbullying among adolescents. It offers fact sheets, cases, research and stories to help stop online cruelty.
website to support and showcase young people’s positive social engagements and participation online.
- The US website has been set up by Parry Aftab, a cyberspace lawyer and child advocate. It offers support and guidance to young people and parents about how to stay safe online.
From time to time, all parents need a little help. A piece of solid advice can help you have an “a-ha” moment that changes the way you think and act.
CafeMom is an online community where millions of moms meet each day to talk, share advice, make new friends and play games. It’s fun, it’s free and for moms only!
Parents with teens often struggle to find the best resources to help raise their teens. This website is by parents that are helping other parents with situation that they might have gone through.
Reviews of movies, games, apps and more.
Internet safety for teens.
Website to help teens make good choices.
- Aspergers and the Autism Spectrum
Aspergers Association of New England
MA special needs workshops.
Massachusetts Summer Asperger’s Camps.
Comprehensive college support programs for young adults with Aspergers.
Autism resources for parents.
Franklin Academy a boarding school for students with Aspergers in grade 9-12.
- Asperger Support Groups
Parents of School Age Children
2nd Monday of the month 7:00-8:30
Cafeteria Conference Room – Anna Jaques Hospital