Balanced Technology Management for Children and Youth: An evening workshop for parents
TV, video games, Internet, movies, cell phones and handheld devices occupy the majority of a child’s waking hours. In fact, a Kaiser Foundation study shows that on average children spend 7.5 HOURS PER DAY on entertainment technologies.
To what degree is dependence on electronic devices affecting your child’s health and development? How can you change your child’s path to a better, healthier future?
Join Cris Rowan, creator and CEO of Zone’in Programs Inc., in a lively and engaging evening workshop where you’ll learn how to balance your child’s technology use with real-world activity.
Presenter: Cris Rowan
Cris Rowan is known around the world as an expert, speaker, author, and specialist on the impact of technology on children’s neurological development, behavior, and ability to pay attention and learn.
Cris has Bachelor of Science degrees in Occupational Therapy and in Biology, is a SIPT-certified Pediatric Sensory Specialist, and is CEO of Zone’in Programs Inc., which provides products, workshops, training, and consultative services to promote technology balance and productivity.
Cris has created the:
She’s written Virtual Child – the terrifying truth about what technology is doing to children.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
A workshop for parents and caregivers.
DATE & TIME: Monday, Nov. 6, 2017, 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
COST (GST included in price):
*Group is three or more people.
Refund Policy: NO refunds – alternate person may attend, if you notify us prior to the workshop.
Receipts distributed at workshop registration table.
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