Free parenting webinars available on a variety of topics – InForum

Looking to learn alongside your kids this fall?

In addition to classes hosted by the NDSU Extension Office, the University of Minnesota’s Family Development Extension Center is offering several webinars this fall on a variety of topics.

The events are virtual and free, although registration is required.

Whether you rent or own your home, you can make your home and community healthier, more affordable and more energy efficient.

The series runs from September 14 to November 30. Learn more about

https://z.umn.edu/noplacelikehome.

This course will cover how to navigate financial choices during difficult times, including transferring untitled assets, how Tandas are used as a savings strategy in some cultures, preparing finances for potential disaster, organizing important papers, financial exploitation of elderly families and savings. money when grocery shopping or meal planning.

The series runs from September 20 to November 23. Learn more about

https://z.umn.edu/cents.

Find out how recovery and health go hand in hand, as well as potential community solutions to the opioid crisis, including harm reduction and how to save lives from overdoses.

The series runs from September 20 to December 6. Learn more about

https://z.umn.edu/recoveryhealth.

Decision making later in life

Aging is a concern for everyone, so this webinar will cover concerns related to housing, finances, caregiving, health and nutrition.

The series runs from September 20 to November 10. Learn more about

https://z.umn.edu/laterlifedecisions.

The last two years have caused a lot of stress on families and communities; this series will explore the “mental health pandemic” and how to respond to it, as well as tips and tools for family caregiving.

The series runs from October 18 to November 22. Learn more about

https://z.umn.edu/findingbalance.