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Kids A to Z with Dr. TTM

The Workshop Series on Child Development for Parents

WHO: Parents & caregivers of children birth to five years.

WHAT: Workshops on Child Development for Parents

WHERE: Marymount Manhattan College

                 221 East 71st Street, NY, NY, 7th Floor

DAY: Thursdays (see dates below)

TIME: 10:30 to 11:30 AM

RSVP: [email protected] (Space is limited to 8 pariticpants)

COST: $10.00

October 6 & 20

Speech and Language Development: What parents should know- Topics: What parents should know about how speech and language differ, how they develop and how to promote optimal growth.

November 3 & 17

Play-Skill Development: Cognitive indicators - Topics: Why playing, and playing the right way, is important for physical and intellectual development. Learn how to organize the best home play-learning space and select the best toys to foster child development.  

December 1 & 15

Promoting Cognition and Communication - Topics: Techniques specialists use to foster growth of language, critical thinking and other skills. Parents can build their repertoire of fun learning activities. 

February 2 & 16

Why Early Experiences Count -How to develop great reading and writing skills starting in infancy -The effects of television on the developing brain - The sensory processing system, what this is and what you should know about it.

March 1 & 15

How and Why to Raise a Child Bilingually - Learn about the social and cognitive benefits to being multilingual. 

April 5 & 19

Hearing Hygiene & Academic Issues- How to safeguard a biological mechanism that cannot be replaced -Toys that make noise effect more than hearing - Class room noise and learning

May 3

Child Development & Common Problems - Sippy Cups and speech development -Why lisps are not cute and what to do about them - How to tell normal dysfluency from real stuttering

Sessions will be led by Dr. Teresa Signorelli

and her students.

Infants welcome for those with childcare challenges

Click Below To Register!

Only 8 Participants per Workshop

LOCATION

All workshops will take place in the Smadbeck Center at Marymount Manhattan College

221 East 71st Street Street, NY, NY,

7th Floor

FEES

$10 per workshop


Click Below To RSVP

Seats Limited to 8 Participants

Invite Dr. Teresa to talk to your parent or teacher group

917-450-7467 (Phone)       212-557-5228 (Fax)

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