Helping Kids Flourish: Was Kids Need From Adults
Date and Time:
Sep 14 2021 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Deborah MacNamara, PhD.

Helping Kids Flourish: Was Kids Need From Adults

Community Event

Part of The Alliance for Early Childhood’s 21-22 Virtual Parent Series, Making Sense of Kids: What Kids Need Most from Adults

Young children are some of the most misunderstood people around. Their unique personality can baffle adults with tantrums that come out of nowhere to resistance that locks in and leaves you at a standstill. While preschoolers possess both beauty and beast-like behavior, they really wish you wouldn’t take it so personal nor view them as a problem to be fixed. What are the developmental milestones we should look for in considering if they are on track? This presentation will focus on what young kids would like you to know about them and to assure you that nature has a plan for their development. Facilitated by Deborah MacNamara, PhD.

Dr. MacNamara is on faculty at the Neufeld Institute, author of the best-selling book Rest, Play, Grow: Making Sense of Preschoolers (or anyone who acts like one), and the director of Kid’s Best Bet Counseling and Family Resource Centre.

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