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Speaker and parent educator Paige Trevor has trained over 1,000 parents in multi-week classes and seminars as a Certified Parent Educator with D.C.-area’s much-lauded Parent Encouragement Program. Early in her teaching, Paige realized many parenting issues were organizational dilemmas: “How can we get out of the house in the morning without yelling?” “How do I get my kids to pick up their clothes?” She set out to craft a message that helps parents clear the mental and physical clutter that can frustrate and separate family members.

Paige has appeared on PBS NewsHour and Fox 5's "Good Day D.C." She has also given talks on parenting and time management techniques for: Discovery Communications Inc, Inter-American Development Bank, Mothers of North Arlington (MONA), Center for Growing Families, Healthy Directions, and dozens of public, private, and charter schools in Virginia, Maryland, and Washington, D.C.

Paige’s presentations focus on giving parents and kids easy-to-implement tools that help them establish routines and household organization. Some topics Paige can speak about are:

  • Where Did the Time Go? Time Management for the Family
  • Devices! Tips to Save Our Sanity
  • Organized Parent + Organized Kid = Happy Family
  • Self-Regulation: Helping our Children
  • Motivating Teens and Tweens

Paige can provide an audience-appropriate 1-2 hour presentation for adults or children full of practical advice, humor, energy, tried-and-true tips and, as Paige likes to say, “a wee bit of tough love.” Let her bring her message of organized parenting to your PTA, parent’s group, association, office, school or teen group. Contact Paige for additional topics, rates and more information. 

Praise for Paige

I am still using your tips and I can hear your lovely voice talking to me in your uplifting, funny, but kind way.
— Nareesa
Paige has been presenting at WES for over 4 years. Our parents love her personality, respect her knowledge, and respond to her engaging presenting style. Her online Weekly Tip and Tool Kits are packed full of helpful ideas which reinforce the information from the presentations and help the parents in their effort to raise independent well-adjusted children.
— Claire, Washington Episcopal School
Thank YOU for such a useful discussion. I can not tell you how many times I have been to a workshop where I leave thinking, “That was interesting, but I am not sure I learned anything practical.” Your talk was such a refreshing change.