Our community presentations are meant to help families understand, scientifically and emotionally, what is happening in the bodies of a teen.  Our presentations cover a wide array of current topics to provide families the information to have meaningful discussions with their kids. Our educators will explain brain development and its impact on decision-making, ways to create a conversation action plan on a specific topics and skills to help maintain healthy relationships.

All Community Presentations will be hosted at:
15 Spinning Wheel Drive, Hinsdale, IL - Lower Level


Social and Emotional Learning: A Critical Foundation of Success and Well-Being
February 13 - 7-8pm

Social and emotional learning (SEL) is the process of acquiring life skills that are fundamental to optimal success and well-being in school and life. In this presentation, you will discover why SEL is so important to raising capable, confident and caring children, and learn strategies to promote and enhance this critical aspect of your child’s development.
Come and learn from Caryn Curry, M.A. who is a Mental Health Consultant at the Center for Childhood Resilience, Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago. She's an expert in SEL and we're excited to hear her insights on how we can raise healthy teens!
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Raising Healthy Teens: CONSENT
May 1 - 7-8pm

Consent is a Conversation: To Have With Ourselves, Our Children, Our Teens, Our Partners and Our Community

Learn about consent issues across the lifespan including how to build upon discussions that begin in the early childhood years and continue through young adulthood. Also included, consideration of consent in adult relationships and the influence of consent role modeling in conventional and social media. There will be time for questions and answers although please note, this is a prevention presentation not a legal one.

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