Guest speakers, Scholastica Au and Dawn Cooper, will share studies, as well as both professional and personal experiences, on how to develop young children ages 0-5 physically, emotionally and socially in our digital culture
Date: Saturday May 5, 2018
Place: Douglas Park Community Centre 801 W22nd Avenue, Vancouver, B.C.
- 3.30pm Registration Complimentary baby-sitting
- 4:00pm Talk
- 5:00pm Potluck Dinner Please bring a main dish and salad (or appetizer or dessert)
- 6:00pm Wrap-Up
Graduated from the School of Nursing at Queen’s University, Scholastica Au has been a public health nurse in the cities of Vancouver and Richmond for 15 years. She specializes in educating parents of children ages 0-5. She is a mom of 3 children, ages 4 to 8.
Dawn Cooper is a trained high school teacher, and a mom of 2 children, ages 2 and 4. She graduated from UBC with a B.A. and a B.Ed. in Secondary English and Theatre Education. Through various educational pursuits and volunteer activities, Dawn has developed a passion for all things related to the excellence of teaching, the formation and education of youth, and the empowering of parents in their vocation as primary educators of the family.
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