We’re working with your public library!

Connected Parenting is dedicated to sharing the message of brain-based techniques for communication with children.

That’s why we’re going behind the scenes and training the staff at Toronto Public Library about the developmental stages of children and teens. This staff-only workshop will focus on understanding behavior issues, communicating effectively with children and teens, and engaging children and teens.  It will also teach library workers about building a positive relationship in the context and setting of the library.

Does your library know about the best way to engage and relate to children? For information on booking a workshop click here.

 

 

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