Parent Evening ~ Nourishing and Encouraging Children to Connect to the World (and what disrupts that process) with Adam Blanning
Children find both comfort and capacity thought activity and exploration. Our senses, bones, muscles and organs can only finish maturing when they are put to use - they are not at all complete when we are born. In this parent evening, we will explore what kinds of learning help support this rapidly developing process and when as taskt is too specific too soon. Children thrive with a broad base of activity that mixes many different sensory experiences together.
Adam Blanning, MD, practices anthroposophic medicine in Denver, CO, and works closely with children, families, and schools to support healthy development on a physical, social, sensory, and spiritual level. Dr. Blanning teaches nationally and internationally as a co-leader of the Medical Section at the Goetheanum in Switzerland. He is the author of Raising Sound Sleepers: Helping Children Use their Senses to Rest and Self-soothe.
This is a live event that will take place on Wednesday, October 25, 2023 at 2:30 pm HT, 5:30 pm PT, 6:30 pm MT, 7:30 pm CT, 8:30 pm ET. All who register will receive access to the recording of the evening.
The registration fee is $10, and you can register online through the WECAN bookstore. We want everyone to be able to participate in this evening. If you require financial support, please contact Heather Church at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please remember which email address you use to sign up with, as a Zoom link will be sent to you the day of the event. Please do not opt out of receiving emails from us, so that we can send you the Zoom link.
NOTE: If you are purchasing for a group: On the first page of the checkout in the notes section, you must provide the email address for each person attending.
Registration for this event closes 24 hours before the event, on Tuesday, October 24, at 3:30 pm HT, 5:30 pm PT, 6:30 pm MT, 7:30 pm CT, and 8:30 pm ET.