Instructors: Becky and Sydney 0-6 Months Make tummy time fun for your little one! We will discuss fun ways to get your child to tolerate being on their tummy and different positioning ideas to help strengthen their core and shoulder muscles that will enable them to crawl and hit all of the important fine and… (More)
Instructors: Kelly and Melisa 9 mos – 2.5 Years As parents, we know the cost of toys can build up quickly! But thankfully, there are many ways to make educational toys from materials around the home. You may have thought of doing this before, but never got around to it. Here is your chance! Come… (More)
Instructors: Claire and Kailey 3-5 Years Come learn how to “read between the lines” to help facilitate language development through shared storybook readings with your child! Storybook readings have been identified as one of the most powerful ways to promote meaningful and motivating literacy experiences for young children. This PATH training will teach you how… (More)
Instructors: Dr. Kalley Ellis all ages In a world full of noise, it is important to know how to protect our hearing. This training will do just that! Please join us to learn about noise-induced hearing loss, how it affects our children, and some strategies for protecting your hearing for the future. Participants will be… (More)
Instructor: Emily 1-pre-k A predictable routine allows children to feel safe, and to develop a sense of mastery in handling their lives. Routines and schedules provide two key ingredients necessary for learning: relationships and repetitioning. During this PATH training, the importance of routines and schedules to increase a child’s self-regulation will be presented. All participants… (More)
Mark Your Calendars for the 21st Annual Kids’ Art A La Carte. Join us for a storybook evening full of magic where difference-makers come alive!
Instructors: Gina and Devan 3-5 Years Balance is the ability to maintain a controlled body position during activities, whether it is sitting at a table, walking the balance beam or stepping onto a curb. To function effectively across environments and tasks, we need the ability to maintain controlled positions during both static (still) and dynamic… (More)