Upcoming virtual event:

Free behavioral text hotline for parents in California

Thursday, March 14, 2024 at 12:00 p.m. PDT

Venue: Facebook
Price: FREE

Thanks to an NIH grant, Undivided has partnered with researchers at Stanford and the University of Oregon to provide the Family Advice and Support Text and Telephone line (FASTT), a text-based service available for caregivers to receive customized advice and support on questions about challenging behaviors and managing stress related to caregiving. Parents can text as little or as much as they want, and they can pause and come back when they have time. The most asked for topics include:

  • Behavior – help your child participate in activities for their safety and health.
  • Managing emotions – support your child in developing healthy ways to deal with frustration, anger, and other big emotions.
  • Social skills – provide small steps toward skills that promote socialization and interactions.

Join us in conversation with Dr. Shannon Peake, one of the researchers behind FASTT, as we talk about the program and its impact on parents. FASTT is still open to new parent signups, so attend this event to learn how to participate! (FASTT is available to all parents of children under age 10 in California — no Undivided membership required.)

Catch the full replay of this event or watch the highlights on our recap page!

About the speaker: Dr. Shannon Peake

Shannon Peake, Ph.D., is Co-Director of Implementation for the FIND program and Research Assistant Professor at the Center for Translational Neuroscience at the University of Oregon. His research examines the combined influence of social factors and early supportive interactions on children’s development. These perspectives use recent advances in neuroscience, instructional design, and cultural adaptation to develop programs to support early childhood professionals and parents and caregivers of young children.

Learn more in our resource library

Support Organizations for Parents of Kids with Autism

Behavioral Interventions Beyond ABA

Socialization and Inclusion: Nurturing Authentic Peer Relationships

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