Parenting Workshops

Schedule of Roadshows

“Raising Healthy Families”

Tuesdays, September 16, 23, 30 and October 7, 14, 21,and 28, 2014;  5:30-7:30pm at the Chatham Commuity Center, 702 Main St., Chatham

A seven-week parenting series facilitated by Cindy Horgan, Executive Director and Family Support Coordinator, that will provide skills to support parents with some of the challenges that make this job so difficult. Topics to be discussed are: discipline without yelling, how to handle tantrums, understanding temperament and why our children do what they do, the value of routines, setting limits and boundaries, and much more. You’ll have a chance to ask questions, share ideas and go home with education & resource materials. Free, dinner and childcare included. Pre-registration is required. Call us at 508-240-3310 to register. Please indicate if you are in need of transportation.

This program is funded by a grant from the Bilezekian Family Foundation with additional funding provided by a Family Centers grant through the Children’s Trust, administered by the Cape Cod Children’s Place.

“Waste Not, Want Not; Nutrition That Makes “Cents”

Thursday, November 13, 2014; 5:30-7:30 pm at Cape Cod Children’s Place, 10 Ballwic Rd. (off Nauset Rd), Eastham.

Keeping your family healthy on a budget can be challenging. But that doesn’t mean it’s impossible! Join Judy Welch for a cooking demonstration and discussion on how to shop locally for your family’s food. Topics will include: planning for affordable family meals, what foods (including organic) to look for in your local grocery store, how to make meals that last, and more! Free! Dinner and childcare included. Pre-registration is required; call 508-240-3310.

Funding support provided by a Family Centers grant and a grant from the Cahn Funds for Social Change, through the Children’s Trust, administered by Cape Cod Children’s Place.

“Raising Healthy Boys; What Our Boys Need”

Tuesday, November 18, 2014 5:30-7:30 pm at Brewster Baptist Church, 1848 Main Street, Brewster

Join Cindy Horgan, Executive Director & Family Support Coordinator for Cape Cod Children’s Place and discover the unique needs of boys as they grow and develop. Learn to promote skills that support their healthy emotional development and how to recognize the impact of media, culture and technology on boys and the messages they take from these influences. Become aware of current trends that affect boys and learn to support our boys as they make sense of the process of growing up. Free. Dinner and childcare will be provided. Pre-registration is required; call 508-240-3310. Please indicate if you are in need of transportation.

Funding provided by a Family Centers grant through the Children’s Trust, administered by Cape Cod Children’s Place.

“Parent Café: Strategies for Welcoming Media into our Families”

Thursday, November 20, 2014 5:30-7:30 pm at Cape Cod Children’s Place, 10 Ballwic Rd., Eastham

With Cindy Horgan, Executive Director & Family Support Coordinator at Cape Cod Children’s Place. Technology is here to stay. How do we help our children have a healthy balance? Come join us for a relaxing evening of dinner and conversation among friends. You’ll have an opportunity to share experiences, ask questions and help plan for future topics of discussion. Free. Pizza dinner and childcare included with registration. Pre-registration is required; call CCCP at 508-240-3310.

Funding support provided by a Family Centers grant through the Children’s Trust and a Coordinated Community & Family Engagement grant through the Mass. Dept. of Early Education and Care, administered by Cape Cod Children’s Place.

“Toilet Training 101: Everything you wanted to know about potty training and more”!

Tuesday, December 2, 2014 5:30-7:30 pm at Wellfleet Elementary School, 100 Lawrence Rd., Wellfleet

with Cindy Horgan, Executive Director & Family Support Coordinator at Cape Cod Children’s Place. Come join us for a workshop that covers signs of readiness, individual child temperament, and how to support your child through the potty training process. Free. Dinner and childcare will be provided. Pre-registration required. Call CCCP to register: 508-240-3310.

Funding support provided by a Family Centers grant through the Children’s Trust, administered by Cape Cod Children’s Place.

Check out the current newsletter posted on our website for more detailed information.

Call Cape Cod Children’s Place 508-240-3310 to inquire about programs offered.

 Some of the “Roadshow” topics that have been presented:

Is my Child Ready for Kindergarten?
Families Dealing with Divorce or Separation
Talking about Touching- a personal safety curriculum
Dealing with Challenging Behaviors
Pediatric First Aid & Intro. to CPR
Avoiding the Over scheduled Family Trap
Communication
What you need to know about your babysitters and
what they need to know about you
Understanding Temperament
Positive Discipline
Potty Training 101
Bullying

If you have a particular topic that you would like to hear more about, please contact us.

Most of the “Roadshow” events will have FREE childcare and pizza.
A portion of these programs are funded by a Mass. Family Centers grant through Children’s Trust, and grants from the Mass. Department of Early Education and Care. Administered by Cape Cod Children’s Place, North Eastham, Mass.

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