Family Services are very pleased to be offering two upcoming Parent Information Sessions that may be of interest.
Talking with children about the climate crisis on 7th November, 6:30 to 8pm at the Collingwood Town Hall
Talking the talk: Respectful relationships, Human Sexuality and Body Safety on 12th November, 6pm – 8pm at the Collingwood Town Hall.
Talking with children about the climate crisis
Family Services; in partnership with sustainability team, are really excited to be offering a parent information session on Talking with children about the climate crisis. This session is at Collingwood Town Hall on 7th November from 6:30-8pm. This is a free public event; part of our annual parent information talks.
Profession Ann Sanson will be leading this session. We are really fortunate to have Ann run this workshop with us – specifically focused on supporting parents and carers support children with the climate crisis. Ann is a professor in Paediatrics at the University of Melbourne and the Network Coordinator for the Australian Research Alliance for Children and Youth (ARACY). She is a developmental psychologist with particular expertise in longitudinal research – she plays a leading role in both the 25-year Australian Temperament Project and Growing up in Australia (the Longitudinal Study of Australian Children).
Please register here: https://climateandchildren.eventbrite.com.au
Talking the Talk: Respectful relationships, Human Sexuality and Body Safety
Vanessa Hamilton will cover the conversations parents and carers need to be having with children on:
· Healthy and respectful relationships
· Body and protective safety
· Positive reactions to normal early childhood sexual behaviour
· Puberty preparation
· Internet safety and more
More information: www.talkingthetalksexed.com.au
Please Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/respectful-relationships-human-sexuality-and-body-safety-tickets-78308808755