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4 “ How my child will cope up with the fast changing world of today ? ”

5 “ How my child will face the fiery Competitive Atmosphere ? ”

6 “ How will I protect my child from the growing Negative Influences of life ? ”

7 “ How can my child learn to face frustrations which are inevitable in life ? ”


9 50% students suffer from anxiety disorders. Because of Academic Pressure & lack of family support.

10 As per recent Surveys the School Drop-out rate (5-15 yrs age Group) in INDIA is 60% Lack of Family support & awareness in society

11 Nearly 40% of Urban Teens have alcohol and 25% use tobacco. The total Drug addicts (12-18 Yrs) in India is around 7.30% Lack of family support, peer pressure.

12 As per latest surveys Sexual Abuse in Teens in India is 53.22%

13 India has 3 rd highest online bullying rate & Offline bullying in India is 53% Because of Peer pressure, more opportunity.

14 The fact & figures of deterioration in behavior & health of adolescents in India Sr. No. IssueRate 1School Dropouts (Age 5 -15yrs) 60.00% 2Alcohol Abuse in Urban Teenagers45.00% 3Tobacco Usage in Teenager25.00% 5Sexual Abuse in Teens53.22% 6Child Prostitution (out of one lakh prostitutes) 20.00% 8Offline Bullying54.00% 9Online Bullying (India has 3rd highest online bullying rate) 53.00% 10Drugs Addicts ( Age group 12 – 18 )7.30%



17 Only 5% of the families take meal together everyday. 95% do not take together Only 10% of the housewives wait for their husband. 90% do not.

18 Only 20% of Children wait for father to have meals together. 80% do not wait. Only 10% families feel unhappiness for not getting opportunity to have meals together.

19 Only 15% makes an effort to find out time to have a meal together.

20 Rat Race for progress in business, profession, activities, achievements and socialization.

21 Financial progress has more priorities than anything else.

22 Families are becoming small Both partners are working Very competitive life Priorities are changing Life style is changing Culture is changing

23 Adolescence is the age of thrills. Yet, a critically important stage of Physical and Emotional Transition from Childhood to Adulthood. Why children are susceptible to negative pressure ?

24 The changes taking place in the adolescent’s life are not understood by the Children as well as their Parents. This creates problems in the lives of Children and their Families.

25 Sow a thought, reap an action. Sow an action, reap a habit. Sow a habit, reap a character. Sow a character, reap a destiny.

26 Lions-Quest Skills for Growing (Ages 5 - 9) Lions-Quest Skills for Adolescence (Ages 9 – 14) Lions-Quest Skills for Action (Ages 15 – 20)

27 Develop positive social behavior such as self-discipline, responsibility, good judgment and the ability to get along with others.

28 Develop strong commitment to their Families, Schools, Peers and Communities.

29 Develop a commitment to lead Healthy and Drug-free lives.

30  Self Confidence.  Self Discipline.  Self Determination.  Good Judgment.  Ability to get along with others.  Positive commitments to their family, school, friends and community.  Promising to lead a healthy and drug-free life.  National integration and good citizenship.

31  Awareness  Teachers Training Workshop  Implementation in the schools  Understanding the Challenges  Evaluation

32 Teachers’ DURATION:3 DAYS Invite teachers with Commitment to Implement

33 Delivered in 40 class-room based sessions of 45 minutes each, best suited for Std. 7 th, 8 th and 9 th. 1.Entering the TEEN YEARS. 2. Building SELF CONFIDENCE. 3. Learning About EMOTIONS. 4. FRIENDS. 5. Strengthening FAMILY RELATIONS. 6. Developing CRITICAL THINKING. 7. Setting GOALS for healthy and happy living.

34  Lions Quest skills for Adolescence Volume – 1 ( Teacher’s Curriculum Manual )  Lions Quest skills for Adolescence Volume – 2 (Teacher’s Curriculum Manual )  Changes and Challenges ( Student’s Workbook )  Surprising Years (Parent Book)  Teacher’s Resource Guide  Workshop Guide Book  Supporting Young Adolescence ( A Guide to lead parent meeting )

35  Parental involvement is the integral part of the programme.  After every 10 units there should be meeting of parents, teachers & students.  There is specific agenda of every meeting.

36 Self-Confidence through better communication Self-Discipline Improving peer relations Strengthening family relationships Developing critical thinking Setting goals for Healthy life style Service learning Say “NO” to Negative pressures Peaceful conflict resolution

37 Improves the family environment Better understanding and openness with the children Engage parents and community members to become proactive partners in children’s education and future Easy- to- understand books for parents to help them to communicate values to their children.

38 Helps them to teach students the specific skills that are needed to enable them to communicate positively and to become responsible citizens. Enables to develop a caring, positive, classroom and school atmosphere where learning is nurtured. Helps them in sharpening their teaching skills Helps them to become “Role Model” for their students

39 When you touch the STONE. It reminds you of the PAST. When you touch the FLOWER. It reminds you of the PRESENT. But when you touch a CHILD. It reminds you of the FUTURE.

40 “If the child misses the value based education of 25,000 hours in the school campus, no Government or society can establish a transparent society or a society with integrity. If the child misses the period of learning, the nation looses on enlightened citizen.” Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam, Former President of India


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