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Learn, Grow, Thrive Conference Schedule: Workshops Announced

By Mid-Valley Parenting of Polk County 05/07/15

We are excited to announce the workshops that will be presented at the Learn, Grow, Thrive Conference on Saturday, May 30th at Western Oregon University. The Planning Committee worked hard to decide on a variety of topics that will meet the interests of parents, guardians, child care providers, and early learning professionals.

Please register at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/learngrowthrive2015 

Registro en Espanol: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/Registro2015AprenderCrecerProsperar

Click here for larger view of schedule.

Upcoming Events

Aug. 22, 2015

Car Seat Check-Up

(Located in Polk County)

Aug. 26, 2015

Dallas family night out

(Located in Polk County)

Aug. 29, 2015

Heartsaver Classes

(Located in Polk County)

Sep. 26, 2015

Car Seat Check-Up

(Located in Polk County)

Oct. 1, 2015

Heartsaver Classes

(Located in Polk County)

Nov. 7, 2015

Car Seat Check-Up

(Located in Polk County)

Nov. 21, 2015

Heartsaver Classes

(Located in Polk County)

Dec. 2, 2015

Heartsaver Classes

(Located in Polk County)


What Others are Saying

I liked getting different experiences from other people and using the concepts in my everyday life.
I deal with stress in different manners now.
I liked everything; from acting out role plays to talking with others. It impacted my daughter a lot, now she is playing and learning a lot.
I now take the time to gather my thoughts before disciplining.
It got me thinking of what to expect as my 9 year old becomes a teenager. This early preparation is a HUGE help and resource.
Learning to communicate with my child was the most helpful. I'm more patient and I talk to my child more.
It was a good and fun experience.
I liked the support and adult time. Also, I have been held more accountable for my own actions and it has made her (2 year old daughter) become more patient with me as I am more patient with her.
I am learning to be more centered on helping my child learn rather than disciplining to punish. ~Mom of a 3 year old
I liked talking about real situations.
I liked the spread of six weeks to focus and reflect week by week.
I now use more effective tools when dealing with my son.
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