Lack of responsibility is a common complaint of parents of older teens and young adults. We expect our children to get a good education, grow up, and move away from home. Many children struggle with this. Problems may begin with a high school student performing below his ability or may show up after graduation where the child seems unmotivated to work hard in college, learn a trade, or get a job. As parents, there is much we can do to help our children learn to be responsible and become independent. This class will teach you what to do in the teen years to help your child successfully navigate the path to becoming an independent and self-sufficient adult. It will also cover how to help a "failure to launch" child make the difficult transition from adolescence to adulthood (being independent and self-sufficient). As a parent you have a critical role in this process (Suitable for parents of children 13 to 29).