Posts Tagged: Beech Acres

Inconsistency and Behavior


“My child did what?!” Have you ever been surprised to discover that your child behaves completely differently when he’s in someone else’s care? Have you heard about his behavior with his grandparents, for instance, and it’s unrecognizable to you? Have you observed him behaving out of character (shy, wound up, etc.) around same-age peers? If… Read more »

Workshops for Parents


Beech Acres Parenting Center offers plenty of classes and workshops for parents of children ranging in age from wee ones to teens.  Whether you just want some advice on goal setting, or need to learn how to help kids cope with divorce, Beech Acres has experts available to discuss a load of parenting topics.  This… Read more »

Beech Acres’ Shop and Share


Beech Acres Parenting Center will host its annual Shop & Share shopping night at Target at 8680 Beechmont Avenue, December 8 from 3 to 7:30 p.m. The event allows area parents and children to buy holiday gifts for Cincinnati families in need. Anyone is welcome to participate! Students from the Forest Hills School District get the ball rolling… Read more »

Beech Acres Opens New Centers


Beech Acres Parenting Center will open two new locations this fall that will offer family services tailored to the needs and requests of each community. The Warren County center (767 Columbus Ave., Lebanon; pictured above) will focus on mental health and prevention services, including individual parent coaching for tough topics like behavioral issues, bullying, or… Read more »

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