HELPS for Parents

Thank you for your interest in the HELPS Program! Please complete the following form to create a new account and gain access to free HELPS Program teaching materials. All parts of the form must be completed to successfully create an account.

Please note that all information provided below is securely encrypted and no personal identifying information about HELPS Program users is shared with anyone. The below information is simply used to understand more about who uses the HELPS Program. By answering the following questions, the HELPS Program can be more successfully disseminated to other educators.

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HELPS for Parents

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Please specify where you plan to use the HELPS Program.

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If you plan to use the HELPS Program or any of its translated versions in more than one country, please specify the other country (or countries) you plan to use the program. Otherwise, leave the box below empty:

HELPS for Parents

Please provide the following professional and work-related information about yourself.

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Adult Learners:

Title that best describes your role as a teacher?
How did you first learn about the HELPS Program?
How did you (or will you) acquire the HELPS Program Teacher's Manual and HELPS Curriculum?
How did you (or will you) receive training in the HELPS Program?
HELPS for Parents

Are you interested in acquiring certification as a HELPS Program Trainer?