The 5 Keys
Young people do best when they experience strong, positive relationships in all parts of their lives. (parenting adults, sibling(s), friends, teachers, and program leaders) Research to date shows that young people who experience strong developmental relationships across different parts of their lives are more likely to show signs of positive development in many areas including:
- Increased academic motivation;
- Increased social-emotional growth and learning
- Increased sense of personal responsibility; and
- Reduced engagement in a variety of high-risk behaviors.
The 5 Keys parent education program focuses on developmental relationships in families. The goal of this program is to facilitate positive relationships within the family and provide tools for families to use to enhance their children’s relationships in all areas of their lives.