Activities & Workshops

Project Kealahou provides support and guidance for families by organizing a variety of activities and workshops to help girls and their families connect with each other, their communities and families like them.

Childcare reimbursements and stipends are available to families participating in all Project Kealahou activities.

Here’s how our activities help you as a caregiver and as a family:

Activity Examples

Support Groups
Support groups are casual, monthly meetings of family members who are experiencing similar situations with their children. They provide a safe space for families to discuss feelings, emotions, ideas and challenges/frustrations.



Introduction to Children’s System of Care
Evidence-based practice shown through clinical research to produce positive outcomes for children and their families.

Introduction to Learning Disabilities
What is a learning disability?

Oppositional Defiance Disorder (ODD) and Conduct Disorder in Children and Adolescents
What is it? What are the signs?

What Families Need To Know About Evidence-Based Practice
Promote knowledge amongst families regarding the scope, capability and capacity of the quality of services they receive.  

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) in Children and Adolescents
All children have worries and doubts, but some kids with OCD are unable to stop these worries no matter how hard they try.
How Difficult Can This Be? The F.A.T. City Workshop
Dealing with Frustration, Anxiety and Tension

Last One Picked… First One Picked On
Parents’ role in developing social skills

Develop and effective system of record-keeping

Communicating Effectively  
Skill-building to communicate effectively

Transition Planning
Helping your child prepare for and move from childhood to adulthood.

Common Sense Parenting
Basic, fundamental skills for parents.