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Open to high school juniors and seniors in Delaware and Morrow Counties.
College presents challenges that many academically strong students are not equipped to handle, such as disputes with roommates, seemingly insurmountable schedules and just adapting to a new environment while navigating life’s uncertainties. Make sure you are prepared for what’s next.
Beginning February 3rd @3:30 – 4:15 PM
Tor register, please email students’ names and school district information.
The traditional 2019-2020 school year seemed to end abruptly for students, teachers and school administrators, as learning, socialization and important events moved online. Syntero quickly implemented Telehealth services to continue its School-Based Programs for students in Franklin, Delaware and Morrow Counties, and also provided innovative education and support via a parent-focus podcast miniseries, virtual workshops to help youth and parents become more cybersavvy and easily accessible videos with tips from Syntero clinicians to help students, parents and school administrators cope with our new normal and thrive in the ever-changing environment.
This fall, students, parents and school administrators continue to deal with stress from merely living during the pandemic while adjusting to new learning models, as well as grieving the school year as they once envisioned it. Whether attending virtually, in person or through a hybrid model, the start of the school year looks different for most. What remains the same is the unwavering commitment by school district and Syntero staff alike in striving to meet the needs of students and families in the most effective and safe manner possible.Continue reading “Syntero Increases Education & Support for Students, Parents and School Administrators”
In July, Syntero added “inclusiveness” to its existing values of integrity, empowerment and innovation. Syntero is pleased to announce the development of a new Diversity and Inclusion Program, which will focus on programming and operational improvements on behalf of groups or individuals who have experienced trauma due to racism, racial inequity, ageism, sexism, homophobia or xenophobia. Syntero’s new Diversity and Inclusion Program Coordinator Karida Cardoso, MS, LPC, will ensure that the agency’s programs and operations are culturally sensitive and informed regarding the unique needs and issues specific to marginalized populations whose behavioral health problems are worsened due to their marginalized status in society.Continue reading “Syntero Welcomes New Diversity and Inclusion Coordinator”
Syntero’s Positive Parenting Course will resume on October 28th. The five-week course is offered free of charge for residents of Delaware and Morrow Counties. The course is intended for parents and caregivers (grandparents, other relatives, guardians, etc.) of children from birth through age 8. Participants will learn how to get more desired behaviors from their children.
Classes will cover the following information:
The Positive Parenting Course is sponsored by Nationwide Children’s Hospital, Ohio Children’s Trust Fund and the United Way of Delaware County Strengthening Families program.