Parent and Caregiver Classes

Sleep Workshop (for parents of kids 0-6 years old)

 

When: Saturday, March 6th at 10:00 a.m.

Where: ZOOM app - virtual meeting!
$15/family

Does your child struggle to fall asleep at bedtime?
  • Are naps too short or non existent in your home?
  • Does your child wake frequently throughout the night?
  • Do you feel like you have read all the books and are confused by how to
  • improve your child’s sleep?
If the answer to any of these questions is YES! or you have other sleep questions related to
children 0-6 years old, join Linda Szmulewitz, licensed clinical social worker, a certified Gentle
Sleep Coach and the owner of Sleep Tight Consultants, to learn how to improve your child’s
sleep and help your whole family get the sleep they need. Parents will:
  • Learn what is developmentally appropriate with regard to sleep for children at different stages,
  • Learn how to healthy sleep habits and routines and
  • Have an opportunity to ask pressing sleep questions.

Click here to register!
 

Baby Tastes: Helping Your Baby Learn to Love Food

When: May 1 at 10:00 am
Where: GotoMeeting App Webinar
$10 Per Family

Baby Tastes is a webinar designed for parents ready to introduce their baby to solid foods. Parents will learn how to help their baby enjoy the tastes, textures, colors and smells of mealtimes. This class will help parents:
  • Know when their baby is ready to enjoy solid food
  • Set-up successful mealtimes in a nurturing environment
  • Discover if baby led weaning is right for them
  • Understand the most up-to-date recommendations regarding food allergies in infants
Expectant parents are welcome!
A link to the webinar will be shared a couple days before the class via email to all registered participants.

Click Here to Register!


Facing Life: Preparing Our Children for In-Person Living

When: Anytime!
Where: Click here to view
Free

Please join Dr. John Frampton of Formative Psychological Services and Lakeview Pediatrics for Facing Life: Preparing our Children for In Person Living. Dr.  Frampton will lead a 40-minute discussion on what parents can do to best prepare their children for the return to in-person interactions. Based in science, he will provide concrete strategies to support our children as we move closer to face-to-face living.


Parenting in a Time of Uncertainty

When: Anytime!
Where: Click here to view
Free

Do you have parenting questions about your child's motivation, screen time, or how to build resiliency during a pandemic? Please join Dr. John Frampton of Formative Psychological Services for a webinar to explore answers to these and other questions.