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.
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Mrs. Herbert Visits Good Things Utah
POSTED BYon September 12, 2018
Utah's First Lady, Jeannette Herbert, stopped by the Good Things Utah studio to talk about her Uplift Families Parenting Conference and initiative. The Uplift Families mission, according to their website, is "to strengthen families by connecting parents with programs, resources and information - both from Uplift Families and partner organizations - that help parents acquire the skills necessary to raise loving, responsible children." For more information or to purchase admission to the 2018 Uplift Families Parenting Conference, visit our 2018 Conference page.
Destination Happiness by Damian Rodriguez
POSTED BYon August 08, 2018
As I rolled our car into the garage on Sunday, officially marking the culmination of our 9-day and 2,000-mile “vacation,” I sighed deeply. Not out of sorrow that the trip which took a year of planning (and saving) was over, but out of relief. As we quickly unloaded the car and prepared the kids for bed, my wife and I chatted back and forth about the misnomer that is the term “family vacation.” There is no relaxing on a vacation with a five- and two-year-old; our annual week-long expedition to California will forevermore be referred to as “the trip.”
Suicide Prevention: QPR Education & Why You Need to Learn About It by Greg Hudnall & Paula Dudley
POSTED BYon July 24, 2018
Imagine you are walking down the street and a stranger collapses and needs CPR. You are CPR certified and so you are quick to act and assess the situation. The police and ambulance arrive and say that without your help, the individual would have died. Upon leaving the scene, you notice a small crowd has gathered that was untrained in CPR and in shock, stopped to watch the situation. Consider which person you would rather be: the individual who knows CPR or someone on the sidelines standing helplessly watching? It is likely, that you would, at the very least, want to be CPR certified to prevent bad things from happening to others.