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Child Care Council is hosting a series of workshops called Family Talk in January!

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Child Care Council is hosting a series of workshops called Family Talk in January!

Family Talk provides the opportunity to discuss:
• What children need to know at what age
• How parents can effectively share information so children understand it
• How to answer children’s questions
• Help parents, grandparents and other caregivers connect with children about sex and sexuality, healthy relationships, substance use and HIV

Who it is for:
The workshop series is recommended for parents of children
who are infants – age 14, who want to give their children
information and guidance that is appropriate to their age and
stage of development.

Family Talk provides:
• Practical suggestions and guidelines to communicate
accurate information about sex and sexuality, healthy
relationships, substance use and HIY.
• Encouragement to examine parents’ own values and
positive ways to convey values to children.
• Information about how children develop and how
they mature sexually through puberty.
• Information about substance use.
• Support for setting limits and engaging children in
healthy activities.
Family Talk Workshops are being offered on Tuesdays, January 22th -February 12th, 2013
from 6:30 pm-8:30 pm
Where: Child Care Council, Rochester office
Cost: Free
To learn more, and/or to register contact:
Renee Scholz, Referral Services Coordinator
585-654-1286 or email: [email protected]

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