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Family 2 Family: Online Presentation Series from Glenrose Clinicians
Online presentation series from the Glenrose!
Join Glenrose clinicians for online presentations, tips, and
resources on topics that affect quality of life for children and families.
Suitable for parents and caregivers, these online sessions include topics and information aimed at improving the quality of life for children and their families. Attendees will learn strategies, tips, and resources, and following the presentation receive a copy of the slide presentation, resource list, and Q&A record.
Bring your questions and real-life scenarios!
Parents and family caregivers only, please.
The first presentation in the series is:
Wednesday, January 19, 2022, from 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm
January 19th – Advocating with a Positive Perspective
February 15th – Building Emotional Regulation Skills by Strengthening the Child-Parent Connection
March 15th – Positive Parenting – Supports and Strategies Behavior, Self Esteem and Learning
April 20th – Anxiety – Helpful or Problematic?
May 17th – Sensory Regulation Strategies and Children with Varying Needs
Click HERE for a full series listing and presentation details.