Child Abuse Prevention in Action: Fremont PIWI

PIWI (Parents Interacting With Children) is an evidence-based method to improve interactions between parents and their young children. It helps at-risk parents build the skills they need to work positively with their kids, and techniques for when things get tough.

In Fremont, the United Way offers PIWI workshops to community parents who may be considered at risk. These pictures were from a recent PIWI workshop called “Helping Your Child Develop Motor Skills.” 

PIWI Fremont, child abuse prevention

PIWI Fremont, child abuse prevention

PIWI Fremont, child abuse prevention

PIWI Fremont, child abuse prevention

PIWI Fremont, child abuse prevention

PIWI Fremont,

Nebraska Children and Families Foundation supports children, young adults and families at risk with the overall goal of giving our state's most vulnerable kids what they need to reach their full potential. We do this by building strong communities that support families so their children can grow up to be thriving, productive adults.

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Posted in Cradle to career, Early Childhood
2 comments on “Child Abuse Prevention in Action: Fremont PIWI
  1. […] Communities like Fremont are teaching the PIWI (Parents Interacting With Children) curriculum to ensure healthy interactions. […]

  2. […] may be in due in part to the efforts of organizations like Prevent Child Abuse Nebraska, PIWI and PCIT programs in some cities, or early childhood education programs (like Sixpence) that focus on teaching parenting skills to […]

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