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Parenting Education Workshops Begin Nov 18

A child’s first learning experiences and the bonds a child forms with her caregivers greatly influence her future cognitive, physical, and social and emotional development. We welcome parent educator, Scott Noyes. Scott has worked for over thirty years with parents, children, and educators. He is the author of “Positive Discipline That Works”, “Intentional Language”, and “This Child is Driving Us Crazy – What Should We Do”. We also welcome local Middlefield resident and educator, Maryann Walsh.

November 18 (10am-12pm) Toddler Brain Development, with Scott Noyes, Parent Educator
November 29 (6pm-8pm) The Blue Brain with Scott Noyes, Parent Educator
December 2 (10am-12pm) Children’s Self-Esteem – How to Build It, with Maryann Walsh
December 9 (10am-12pm) Discipline – What Techniques Work with Maryann Walsh
December 14 (10am-12pm) Toddler Brain Development, Part 2 with Scott Noyes
December 16 (10am-12pm) The Effects of Trauma and Stress on the Developing Brain
December 21 (10am-12pm) Feeding the Developing Brain, with Scott Noyes Parent Educator

This series is free and open to all caregivers/parents and is sponsored by a generous grant from the Children’s Trust, the Coordinated Family and Community Engagement grant from the Massachusetts Department of Early Education and Care, and the Hilltown Community Health Center. Childcare will be provided. We meet at the Hilltown Family Center, 9 Russell Road, (Route 20) in Huntington. To register, please contact Susan LeBarron, Hilltown Family Center Coordinator, at 667-2203, ext. 311 or slebarron@hchcweb.org.

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