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FamilySmart ADHD The Real Deal Virtual Event

Date:

02/16/2022

- 02/16/2022

06:00 PM

- 08:00 PM

All ages

Free

Live presentation and Q&A with Dr. Don Duncan, a renowned Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist and ADHD specialist. Dr. Duncan will dispel the many myths surrounding ADHD by presenting up to date scientific facts about case, prevalence, diagnosis and treatment. He will explain how and why the ADHD brain works the way it does. There will be 1 hour of facilitated questions and answers that follows the presentation.

FamilySmart- What to Say to Kids (and Teens) When Nothing Seems to Work

Date:

02/23/2022

- 02/23/2022

06:00 PM

- 08:00 PM

0-5

6-12

All ages

Free

Live presentation and Q & A with Dr. Ashley Miller, a Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist, Family Therapist and Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry at the University of British Columbia. Dr. Miller will share quick and effective strategies to help your child and you weather difficult moments in a way that strengthens resilience and relationships. Date: February 23rd 6:00pm to 8:00pm

Online Workshop – Risky Play, Weapons Play and Screen-Time: Approaching Contentious Programming in School-Age Child Care

Date:

02/24/2022

- 02/24/2022

06:30 PM

- 08:30 PM

N/A

Paid

Policies surrounding risky play, weapons play, and screen-time can be difficult for educators to manage. In this workshop, we will address the fears and concerns surrounding this type of play, and why its beneficial for us to explore in our programming. Educators will learn to recognize their role in engaging with this programming and how to approach families in a respectful and responsive way. SUITABLE FOR EARLY LEARNING AND CHILD CARE PROFESSIONALS WHO WORK WITH CHILDREN IN BEFORE AND AFTER SCHOOL CARE Presenter: Cecily Genner NOTES: – This workshop will be held online through the Zoom platform. – You will need access to a smartphone, laptop, tablet or computer with a camera and audio capabilities to join us. – A link will be emailed to you in the days prior to the workshop.. Please click the link ten minutes before the workshop begins to join in. Further instructions will be included in the email.

In-Person Workshop – Communication is the Key in Early Childhood Education

Date:

03/03/2022

- 03/03/2021

06:30 PM

- 08:30 PM

N/A

Free

A practical ‘hands on’ workshop that explores developing communication in play, songs, books, and activities with young children. An interactive discussion will also be facilitated on communication strategies including using visuals in early childhood programs. Please note this session is for educators who live or work in Delta, Surrey or White Rock. Registration available by phone at 604-572-8032. Presenter: Yaachna Tangri & Shelley Cranstone Yaachna Tangri is a Speech and Language Pathologist. Shelley Cranstone is a Supported Child Development Consultant from The Centre for Child Development. This workshop is presented in partnership with the Centre for Child Development.

In-Person Workshop – Kids Yoga for All Abilities

Date:

02/28/2022

- 02/28/2022

06:30 PM

- 08:30 PM

N/A

Paid

In this workshop participants will experience an inclusive kids’ yoga class. Adaptations/modifications for all abilities will be discussed and explored. Participants will learn some basic chair yoga poses, strategies for various neurotypes and how to set up your yoga space. We will explore how yoga and mindfulness benefits all children and how to bring these practices into your classrooms. Presenter: Karen LeSage Karen has over 25 years of experience working with children from birth to nineteen years of age in child care and community settings. Throughout her career her focus has been on inclusion for all children. She is a licensed Early Childhood Educator, Infant/Toddler Educator and Special Needs Educator.She is also a registered 200 hour Yoga Teacher, a 95 hour Children’s Yoga Teacher, a certified Prenatal Yoga Teacher and a Kidding Around Yoga Instructor and she’s been trained in the Mindful Schools Curriculum. Karen is passionate about creating a space where all children are welcome. She uses yoga, mindfulness and gratitude practices as a platform to help children develop self awareness, promote regulation, create social awareness and support executive functioning skills. These are skills that they will be able to use throughout their lives.