Parenting expert to speak Jan. 14
|January 9, 2013||Filled under Education||
Author, educator, and parenting expert Vicki Hoefle will offer tools to parents for helping kids develop a sense of wellness and resilience on Monday, Jan. 14 from 6:30-8:30 pm at Frederick H. Tuttle Middle School Library in South Burlington. With over 20 years of experience, Hoefle will help parents foster relationships built on respect, responsibility, and resilience with her honest and inspiring style. In this free program Hoefle, a master storyteller, will teach parents how to remain effective and engaged while supporting kids as they become independent, cooperative, and self-reliant.
Learn how to strengthen and enhance the parent/child relationship in this two-hour presentation on Jan. 14 at 500 Dorset Street in South Burlington. Although there is no charge for the event, attendees must register at www.parentingontrack.com/services/sbschools or call Jennifer at (802) 343-9966.
Talk About Wellness educational programs are currently funded, in part, by Holly Johnson of Wind Ridge Publishing and the Ferguson Foundation.