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Parent Tip of the Week

Give Your Child Choices to Head Off Peer PressureHe wants to wear a black shirt because “everyone” is doing it. Even at this young age, your child is experiencing peer pressure. By the time he’s in middle school or high school, he may feel pressured to try riskier behaviors, like drinking alcohol or trying drugs. …

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RISP-Net Meeting Agenda – 11/18/14

Agenda Welcome, Introductions Fair Housing Update – Cheri Hobacz, Director of Education & Outreach, Southwest Fair Housing Council Ebola Presentation – Georgia Eddy & Nicole Demari, AmeriCorps VISTA Refugee Health Update – Natasha Korosteleva, MPH, Refugee Preventive Health Screening, Department of Medicine/Section of Infectious Diseases, UA Medical Center Iskashitaa Water Program – Chris Koor Garang …

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Parent Tip of the Week

Say ‘Thank You’ To Your Child We want our children to appreciate things. We often remind them to say, “Thank you.” But the best way to get kids to do what we want is to set an example. It is as simple as saying “Thank You” to your child. This Thanksgiving season and beyond, commit …

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What’s happening at TIARC

Interpreter training – call TIARC to sign up for the next training FREE Driver’s permit class – need to call to sign up.  The second class will be in October Citizenship class will start the 25th of September from 10am -12 pm and is every Thursday

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Parent Tip of the Day

  Make Writing & Spelling More Fun Does your child have a short attention span for writing? Does she dread practicing spelling? Many children love the computer. In order to get your child to be excited about her work, encourage her to: Compose her stories on the computer whenever possible. This will allow her to …

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RISP-Net meeting

RISP-Net will be meeting on Tuesday, September 23, from 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm at the Patrick Hardesty Service Center, 1100 S. Alvernon.  MAAs will be giving updates.  This meeting is open to the public.  Hope to see you there!

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FREE HEALTH CLINIC FOR REFUGEE FAMILIES

The University of Arizona, College of Medicine CUP (Commitment to Underserved People) Program is working with local resettlement agencies to deliver free health care for refugee families. Services that will be provided include: Wellness checks for people of all ages Physical examinations for school sports Basic vision screening Information about other resources in the Tucson …

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