FAQ: Scheduling a Parent & Caregiver Workshop
Why should you bring in Day One for parent/caregiver workshops?
Day One’s workshops are youth-informed, non-judgmental, and inclusive. They include a mixture of activities, lecture, and video, and are a time to brainstorm about how to have healthy relationships, prevent dating abuse, and better support survivors when they seek help.
How much does a parent/caregiver workshop cost?
Day One operates on a sliding scale fee beginning with $200/workshop. No one will be turned away for lack of ability to pay.
How in advance should I request the workshop?
Please submit requests at least a month before the requested date. Workshops are taken on a first come, first serve basis. The earlier you submit your requests, the higher the chance of availability for the dates you prefer.
What technology will I need in order to host a Day One workshop?
Day One is able to provide zoom links for virtual workshops and will be sharing their screen to show their presentation.
What topics do the workshops cover?
Please see the descriptions of Day One’s workshops below. In addition, workshops can be tailored to specific needs included in the workshop request.
How many participants should be in the workshop?
We ask for a minimum of at least 8-10 participants and a maximum of 50 participants, allowing for greater participation during the workshop.
What kind of details would be important for Day One Educators to know before conducting a workshop for you?
It is important for us to know whether the participants use English as a second language, if they will be using a translator, any current or recent incidents in the school related to dating abuse, and whether there are any dating trends taking place.
What should I expect after submitting my workshop request?
Your workshop request has been forwarded to our Community Education Team and you will be contacted by an educator. Please allow 3-5 business days for a response.