A four-week parent discussion (Thursdays, Oct. 11, 18, 25, and Nov. 1) series that will discuss:
- The possibilities of any situation to guide and teach a child
- Identify one’s long-term values and learn to use them as guides to one’s parenting
- Consider the uniqueness of a child when planning for that child
- Share the joys and challenges of parenting with other parents
Who: Parents and household caregivers of children 0 – 18 months wanting to explore their deepest hopes and identify their values. They will share with like-minded, like-hearted parents. Babes in arms are welcome as well as crawlers/walkers who won’t be too distracting to their parents are welcome.
How? A set of seasoned queries will give us a bridge between our dreams and everyday life. Learning the content on which the questions are based, parents will adapt the knowledge to their particular child, family and situation as they plan how to deal with their current concern. During the first session we present the queries and how parents use them. The topics of each session and the discussions build on what was covered earlier. Attending each session, though not required, best supports both the group sharing and your understanding.
To register or for more information, call 586-9866.
When October 11, 2018
Community Room at the Yellow House (Midwifery Center)
10 Denniston Place (Cooley Dickinson Hospital campus)