Speaker Series and Yoga Programs Coming to Lakewood in October
During the presentation, free, supervised children’s activities are available, but adults and children must register separately. For more information, visit connectingforkids.org/speakerseries.
Is it Really Bullying?
Meghan Barlow, PhD., of Meghan Barlow and Associates, will help parents understand bullying, acts that may look like bullying but are not, and common types of peer conflict. Parents will be taught strategies for how they can help support their children as well as how to empower their children to handle conflicts at school. This program is supported by a grant from Community West Foundation.
Tuesday, October 17, 6:30 pm • Roosevelt Elementary School, 14237 Athens Ave., Lakewood
Hands-on family training programs for families and their children (ages 7-12 years) who are struggling in an area of development. Siblings (ages 7-12 years) may also attend. For more information, visit connectingforkids.org/elementary.
Do you want to practice yoga and enjoy a relaxing afternoon with your child? Join Angela Siciliano of Adapted Fitness And Yoga Plus LLC as she teaches families adapted yoga and breathing techniques for all ability levels. Come dressed in comfortable clothes and be ready to try some yoga with your child. These Elementary Experiences programs are supported by a grant from Community West Foundation.
Saturday, October 7, Sessions begin at 1:00 pm (for children of all abilities) and 2:30 pm (for children with moderate-severe disabilities) • Lakewood Public Library, 15425 Detroit Ave.
About Connecting for Kids
Connecting for Kids (CFK) provides education and support to families with concerns about their child. We serve all families, including those children with and without formal diagnoses. CFK offers educational programs, support groups, a Parent Match Program and numerous resources.