As part of our Brain Building in Progress program, Hilltown Community Health Center and the Hilltown Family Center will present a five-part workshop focused on strategies to develop healthy early childhood development. For our first workshop, we welcome Scott Noyes, parent educator, presenting “Whatever Happened to Go Outside and Play, Changing Screen Time to Green Time” on Monday September 26th from 6-8 pm. Childcare will be provided.
Scott Noyes has been professionally working, playing, writing, and talking about children for thirty years. He has written “Positive Discipline That Works”, “Intentional Language”, and “This Child is Driving Us Crazy – What Should We Do?” He currently performs more than 150 sessions each year throughout North America.
This workshop is free and open to the public and takes place at the Hilltown Family Center at 9 Russell Road in Huntington, MA. Registration is required. Please contact Susan LeBarron at email@example.com so that we can plan for childcare. This program is generously supported by a Community Block grant from the Town of Huntington and the Coordinated Community and Family Engagement Grant.