PA Parent and Family Alliance is continually working on adding exciting and informative events for our families. We encourage you to check this page often, and sign-up for our newsletter to stay in the know for any newly added events.

  • Parent/Primary Caregiver Support Group
    8月02日周一
    Virtual
    Have you ever wished you could find a group of people to talk with who also have children who are struggling so you could share ideas, talk about challenges and be supported? If so then we invite you to join us for our weekly Parent/Primary Caregiver Support Group.
  • Parent/Primary Caregiver Support Group
    8月09日周一
    Virtual
    Have you ever wished you could find a group of people to talk with who also have children who are struggling so you could share ideas, talk about challenges and be supported? If so then we invite you to join us for our weekly Parent/Primary Caregiver Support Group.
  • Back to School Bootcamp
    8月16日周一
    via Email
    If your child has an IEP or 504 Plan, join us for our Back to School Bootcamp. Sign up to receive daily tips and ideas delivered directly to your inbox each weekday for 4 weeks to help you review and prepare for a successful school year.
  • Learning to Fly While Locked Down: Helping Middle and High Schoolers Through a Global Pandemic
    8月17日周二
    Webinar
    Dr Kristen Hennessy will explore the unique developmental challenges of middle and high school students during the pandemic. We will explore how parents can support the healthy development of their adolescents despite the difficulties of the pandemic. Audience: Parents/Primary Caregivers
  • Unbearable: An Open and Honest Conversation About Self Harm
    9月09日周四
    Webinar
    Join us for another in our Conversations series. This time we'll be joined by a mother and daughter who share their journey through self harm to healing and understanding. *This conversation will contain descriptions of self-harm activities that may be difficult for some audience members.
  • It's Not Denial, It's a Brain Disorder
    9月21日周二
    Webinar
    The science is clear and unequivocal, the number one reason that people with severe mental illness (SMI) do not accept help or treatment is due to a “lack of insight” of their illness, otherwise known as ANOSOGNOSIA. Join us to learn more about this condition. Audience: Parents/Primary Caregivers.