Youth Connect, in partnership with Sewickley Academy and QV Voice, presents "Teen Talk," a panel discussion for parents and other caregivers. The discussion, slated for Friday morning, January 25, will be led by a group of Sewickley Academy Upper School students, as well as members of the QV Voice Peer Advocates, Quaker Valley high school students dedicated to encouraging their fellow students to express opinions and providing resources and strategies through engagement in lunch discussion groups and school-wide presentations and activities.
The student discussion leaders will share some of the major issues teens are facing today, and what parents and other adults can do to help them navigate the teen years. Using a set of scenarios to describe what a typical teen encounters and works through during the course of his or her high school career, the panel will engage the audience in thinking about ways adults--particularly parents and caregivers--can offer support without being shut down by a self-conscious teem.
"Teen Talk" will take place in the 2nd floor community room at Sewickley Public Library, 500 Thorn Street, starting at 9 am on Friday, January 25th, 2013. The program is free and open to the public.