Parenting the love and logic way

Lee’s Summit CARES course set for Jan. 24 - Feb. 21 offers proven strategies for raising respectful, responsible children

 Lee’s Summit CARES will offer its popular Parenting the Love and Logic Way course from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Thursdays, Jan. 24 through Feb. 21. Designed for parents of children of all ages, the class will be at Great Beginnings Early Education Center, 905 NE Bluestem Drive, Lee’s Summit.

The five-week course provides parents with fresh ideas to help reduce arguing, whining and backtalk while encouraging children to listen the first time. Love and Logic strategies help parents raise children who are fun to be around as well as respectful and responsible. 


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Families are encouraged to register by Jan. 23 by visiting this website. You may also register by mailing a completed form, available at http://www.LSCares.org/parenting, to ReDiscover, c/o Bev Hatley, 1555 NE Rice Rd., Lee’s Summit, Mo., 64086. Cost for Parenting the Love and Logic Way is $50 per person, and scholarships are available to qualifying individuals.

This course is also approved for continuing education credit for child-care providers.

For more information about the scholarships, Lee’s Summit R-7 School District residents may contact Hatley at (816) 347-3259. If you live outside the school district boundaries, please contact Rachel Segobia, (816) 347-3298

Lee’s Summit CARES has offered parenting education through the Love and Logic program for 19 years. The popular parenting courses have helped hundreds of families learn how to raise children using these successful strategies. Love and Logic is made possible thanks to a collaborative relationship with Lee’s Summit CARES, the Lee’s Summit R-7 School District and ReDiscover.

The local nonprofit is a community coalition dedicated to preventing youth substance use and violence, promoting exemplary character and empowering positive parenting. For more information, visit http://www.lscares.org/. You may also follow Lee’s Summit CARES on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat.