WELCOME TO UPLIFT FAMILIES!
UPLIFT FAMILIES is my initiative to connect parents with information, resources and programs that help them acquire knowledge and skills to raise loving, responsible, and happy children.
We believe that strong parent-child relationships are the key to providing children with tools and encouragement to make healthy and safe choices in their lives, keeping them free from drugs, alcohol, violence, crime and pornography. This UPLIFT FAMILIES program includes web-based resources, social media experiences, educational materials and periodic conferences on parenting and family issues.
Please enjoy our new website and resource center! We are always eager to hear your comments and feedback, you can always share your thoughts with us by clicking here.
(KUTV) — David Osmond joins Fresh Living today to share his journey living with MS and how he has risen above adversity. Multiple sclerosis, which affects 2.5 million people worldwide, is an autoimmune disease that attacks the central nervous system and for which there is no cure. David Osmond is an inspiring featured speaker at this year's Uplift Families Parenting Conference at the Thanksgiving Point Show Barn. The event is officially sold out but you can watch the conference LIVE on the Uplift Families Facebook page starting at 6:30 P.M. on September 28th.
Chicken, Kids, Screaming and Homework By Dr. Paul Jenkins
POSTED BYon October 10, 2019
What do chickens, kids, screaming, and homework have in common? You’ll never guess so I will tell you. A basic psychology principle, let me explain.Read More
Wag More. Bark Less. Catch ‘em Doing it Right by Brad Barton, CSP
POSTED BYon September 19, 2019
A few years ago, while driving in heavy traffic, I noticed a bumper sticker on a cream colored convertible just ahead. It read... Wag More – Bark Less Wow! Could that tag line from a dog food commercial be the answer? Could better parenting be that simple?Read More
Talk More by LeAnn Wood, Utah PTA
POSTED BYon September 05, 2019
The infamous family road trip --once a place for traffic bingo, the alphabet game, counting cars of a particular color, and pointing out the scenery and wildlife has now become a place for dvd players, video games, and phones in hand. Unfortunately it’s not just the family vehicle, it’s the dinner table, and even the city park. Charlotte Forwood states “With digital technologies readily available and the advent of the "digital native", the amount of time children spend looking at screens has increased while other interactions have decreased.”Read More