Raising A Happy Child Presentation

Presented by:  Amherst-Pelham Regional Public Schools, Special Education Parent Advisory Council, MA Early Intervention Training Center, and Thom Western Regional Consultation Program.

Raising A Happy Child

Raising happy children is the goal of parents and educators alike. Happiness is a gift we gift ourselves and our children. Too often we hope it finds us or we pursue it in places or ways it will never be found. Together, we will be introduced to the pursuit of happiness for our children: defining it, examining attributes that lead to it and applying ways to behave that achieve it.

Come celebrate the beginning of summer with a thoughtful powerful exploration of how we influence, enhance, and support children of ALL AGES!

Jeanine Fitzgerald

As a certified Human Behavior Consultant and Specialist, and Owner of The Fitzgerald Institute of Lifelong Learning, Jeanine draws on more than 30 years of professional experience to empower teachers and parents to achieve more with children at risk.

http://www.thefitzgeraldinstitute.com

 

Open to All

FREE for staff and families in Amherst-Pelham Regional Public Schools

When: Tuesday April 26, 2016

Time: 6:30pm to 8:30pm

Where: Amherst Middle School Auditorium

170 Chestnut Street, Amherst

Amherst-Pelham Regional families and staff can register by calling or emailing:

Phone: 413-687-4255   Email:sepac@arps.org or Karen Cassidy 413-783-5500 ext 16

Please let us know if you need free childcare by 4/20/16!

 

DEEC: 2 hours diverse learner credits guiding and interacting with children and youth

 

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