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Are you curious and wanting to know what to expect from your infant’s development in this first year? Do you want to know how to support your baby’s development? This class covers motor, sensory & cognitive, language, emotional, and social, areas of development for infants ages 0 to 12 months of age, including expected milestones, ways to support your baby in each area and any red flags to be aware of that may mean you want to engage the help of a specialist.
April 24, 2018
Do you want your kids to have toys that they will play with time and time again for longer periods AND that develop their minds and bodies? These are educational toys and kids play with them more and longer because they are fun and exciting. Learn what to look for, an extended list of toys for different age groups – infants through teens, guidelines for toy safety and how to stay abreast of recalls, and places to search out and buy educational toys.
November 25, 2017
Are you curious about whether or not your child’s behavior and development are considered normal? Just curious and wanting to know what to expect? This class covers motor, cognitive, language, emotional, social, and sexual areas of development for kids ages 12-36 months. This can facilitate deeper understanding which makes for smoother interactions and also enables parents to learn about what is normal versus what might be considered concerning.
September 29, 2016
Learn the steps of this easy tool that is perfect for setting boundaries and following through with toddlers 1-3 years. When used properly, even very little ones will be complying with requests regularly.
January 28, 2016
Self-esteem begins to develop in the first year of life and is so important for success in all areas. Learn about the development of self-esteem in these early years and how to best support your young child’s developing self-esteem.
November 24, 2015
Have you heard the nightmare stories about toddlers who will only eat white foods? Are you determined to avoid those sneaky traps and raise kids who actually eat their fruits and vegetables? Helping kids get a taste for healthy foods starts in these earliest ages. Learn about the great ways to get your infant or toddler started with healthy habits during this very important window.
November 19, 2015
Potty training doesn’t have to be an anxiety provoking roller-coaster ride! Learn about the different signs of potty-training, not ready, pre-readiness, and true readiness along with what to do at each stage to increase interest and make the process as smooth as possible.
Is your child a picky eater, or quickly heading in that direction? Are you struggling with what to do to keep or broaden his food interests? This workshop covers lots of ways to build and keep interest in healthier foods, even if you’ve gotten off track, as well pitfalls to avoid that many parents fall into while trying to fix the problem that actually end up making it worse.
Is your baby sleeping 11-12 hour straight at night? The roughest part of having a newborn is dealing with the crazy sleep schedule. But by 4 months old, baby is ready to sleep 11-12 hours at night. With the guidance in this workshop, you can learn how you to set up good sleep habits and deal with nighttime and naptime issues so everyone can get back to sleep! A must watch for all new parents!
Tired of temper tantrums over every little thing? Learn the secrets to preventing tantrums, as well as how to handle these outbursts with confidence when they do happen, even in the most inopportune times and places!
November 17, 2015
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