PARENT EDUCATION

  /par.ent/ /ed.u.ca.tion/ n.noun Parent education is defined as, programs, support services and resources offered to parents and caregivers that are designed to support them or increase their capacity and confidence in raising healthy children. Furthermore, parent education is essential for assisting parents of struggling adolescents. Raising a child is already a difficult and trying…

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PARENT SEMINARS

  Parent seminars are conferences that men and women attend in order to further their knowledge in new parenting methods and strategies. These conferences are designed to assist men and women in improving their overall quality of parenting. Across the nation, countless struggling mothers and fathers attend various parent seminars, hoping to find answers to…

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PEER CULTURE

  /peer/ /cul.ure/ n.noun A peer group is both a social group and a primary group of people who have similar interests, age, background, and social status. The members of this group are likely to influence each other’s core belief system and behaviors. Peer groups contain hierarchies and distinct patterns of behavior. For example, 18-year-olds…

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PEERS

  n.noun The term, peers, refers to a person who is equal to another in abilities, qualifications, age, background, and social status. A Teen’s choice of peers, or group of people an adolescent associates with, is a major part of their life. A teenager’s peer group has more influence on the individual teen than probably…

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PERCEPTION

The way an individual uses reason and observation to form viewpoint of the world. The Elevations TeamWant to learn more about how Elevations can guide your teen with specialized, compassionate care? Contact us today!

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POOR GRADES

  /poor/ /grades/ n.noun A poor grade is a substandard performance in an activity, usually academic, in which an individual is graded on. There is a variety of reasons and circumstances an individual receives a poor grade. Poor grades may be the result of a variety of factors including, the individual suffers from a mental…

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POSITIVE REINFORCEMENT

When the consequences or results of a behavior encourage a person to engage in that behavior again. The Elevations TeamWant to learn more about how Elevations can guide your teen with specialized, compassionate care? Contact us today!

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POSITIVE RELATIONSHIPS

  /pos.i.tive/ /re.la.tion.ships/ n.noun A Positive relationship is a bond between two people that promotes positive repercussions in the lives of both parties. People that build positive relationships, whether, with peers, teachers, authority figures or family members are able to turn to their companion for support. This support, moreover, is reciprocated in a bona fide,…

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PRE-ALGEBRA

  /pre/ /alg.e.bra/ n.noun Pre-Algebra is the name of a course that is generally taken in middle school math, although sometimes it is taught as early as third grade for gifted students. For homeschool taught students, pre-algebra can be taught anywhere from 8 years old to 17 years, depending on the child’s mathematic ability. Pre-algebra…

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PRE-CALCULUS

  /pre·cal·cu·lus/ n.noun Precalculus is the course of mathematics that prepares a student for calculus. Pre-calculus is a class designed to effectively prepare students for the complexities of calculus, a class many teens have difficulty learning. Furthermore, pre-calculus is critical for progressing one’s mathematic ability. Without pre-calculus, a student may be ill-prepared for calculus which…

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