It's a big deal – for our kids…
Starting school can be a challenge for both parents and children.
Kids are wired to learn, but school can be complicated. There are separations, new social challenges, and challenges in learning.
And for us!
There is much to learn about how to be “school parents”, how to help our children stand up for themselves, how to assist their learning and negotiate friendship issues.
When our children start school it can also remind us of our own early experiences with learning – and that may not always have been easy.
There's lots you can do to help
Join Madeleine Winter in this Zoom Webinar to hear about practical Listening Tools to build your child’s confidence, prepare for separations, and get the support you need to keep supporting your kids the way you want to! If your child has just started school, pre-school or child-care, or you are preparing for next year, this is a great time to start planning.
Madeleine is the parent of a teen who has been using and teaching Hand in Hand for over 25 years. This is what parents have said about her:
“I’ve done a lot of parenting courses, and read a lot of books. In one session, Madeleine communicated a picture of why my children behave as they do which made more sense of what is going on than anything else I’ve come across. She offered practical strategies and approaches that I will go home and try. I’m looking forward to learning more.” Mother of 5 y.o twins & 9 year old
“I liked being reminded that we are all good parents. The talk was structured around our questions and I wish we had longer – I could always take more listening to you, Madeleine. I really enjoyed today’s session.” Foster/adoptive parent of 18 month old
Who: Parents of children 2y-6y.
Where: Zoom Webinar