Connecting for Kids Addressing Behaviors From COVID and Holiday Social Skills

Connecting for Kids Addressing Behaviors From COVID and Holiday Social Skills

The COVID-19 has taken a toll on many aspects for families, including children who might be struggling with behavior, academic and social, emotional issues.

Connecting for Kids, which provides resources and support for families who have concerns about their child, including children with or without a formal diagnosis, is inviting parents to “Speaker Series: Addressing COVID Behaviors” on Tuesday, November 16, from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Westlake Porter Public Library, 27333 Center Ridge Road.

This free program brings Dr. Meghan Barlow of Meghan Barlow and Associates to discuss behaviors your child may have picked up during the COVID-19 crisis and ways to address them. Barlow will provide strategies to help your child make positive behavior changes.
Also, if you are looking for a virtual program, consider the “Speaker Series: Social Series – Wrapping Up Social Skills for the Holiday” on Wednesday, November 17, from 7  to 8 p.m.
Ellen Spear, MA, CCC-SLP, of Lakeshore Speech Therapy, LLC., will help families navigate the many social situations, hidden rules and potential problems related to the holidays. Join as they discuss how to make conversation with relatives and friends, tips for handling holiday parties, and appropriate ways to give and receive gifts.
To register for these programs and to learn more about Connecting for Kids, visit here.

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