Fresh perspectives so kids reach their full potential.
This virtual conversation is hosted by Washburn Center for Children to inspire community dialogue centered on the healthy development of children and the support of their caregivers. Our October 2020 event zeroes in on the influence and impact of our increasingly digital world on children and teens.
Even before COVid-19 hit, kids turned to screens for entertainment and learning. Now, tech is a lifeline for connection, education and socialization. The integration of technology into a family’s daily life doesn’t have to be overwhelming.
Join us for this free event and discover how your child can have a positive relationship with technology, while you stay connected to them and their digital footprint. Dr. Dave Walsh and his daughter Erin Walsh from the Spark and Stitch Institute will help you find balance for kids in your life rather than falling into the pitfalls and challenges of extended technology time.
Community Conversation via Zoom:
Building guardrails for your kids’ digitally connected lives
Tuesday, October 20 from 6:30 – 7:30 p.m.
In this interactive and energizing presentation, the Walshes will use brain science, stories and humor to explore key ingredients for digital wellbeing so that you can turn advice into practical steps to build a roadmap for your kid and family.
Register now to ensure you receive the meeting link in time to join the Zoom conversation.
**CEU’s are available and pre-approved by the Minnesota Board of Social Work.
Yes, count me in! I want to experience the healthier side of kids and technology!