Programming

EEMinds conducts programs all over the world, facilitated by parents who have medically challenged children, themselves. We’ve been there, and done that. And we can help you get through it, too.

Current programs include:

PEP1 – PARENTS EMPOWERING PARENTS (PEP1) PROGRAM

PEP1 is an established outcomes-based, well-known and respected program that helps families cope with the medical, social and familial challenges of having a child with a chronic, serious medical condition. PEP’s parent education program helps families understand the medical interventions and care their children need to stay healthy. And the parent-training program helps parents learn skills to create the healthy boundaries, discipline and growth opportunities children need to become independent, self-confident, productive, and ultimately, empowered adults.

 

PEP2 – A PROGRAM FOR PARENTS OF ADOLESCENTS TRANSITIONING INTO ADULTHOOD

Children with chronic medical conditions spend their childhood being taken care of by others. But when they begin transitioning to adulthood during their teens, they must learn to take care of themselves, and advocate for themselves. The PEP2 program has been developed with that goal in mind, helping parents learn how to support their teen in this tricky time, and teach the psychosocial skills their child needs to fully take ownership of their choices, treatment and wellbeing.

 

HPEP – HISPANIC PARENTS EMPOWERING PARENTS (PEP1) PROGRAM

HPEP is our PEP1 program, but translated into Spanish, and developed with the unique cultural issues of the global Hispanic community in mind.