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SEPAC’s Open Meeting Monday Sept 18 @ 7:30pm

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Worried Parents, Anxious Students: Executive Function Solutions to Homework Battles

Speaker: Rachel Kalinsky, M.Ed, CAGS, Executive Function Coach, Beyond BookSmart

Location: MHS Library

In this presentation, parents will learn how intelligence and Executive Function differ, as well as some of the specific Executive Function skills that students need to be successful. The information shared will be relevant for students in elementary school through high school. Parents will learn several tools they can use with their children to help manage homework anxiety and defuse ...

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SEPAC’s Open Meeting Monday, Oct 16 @ 7:30pm

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Parenting in the Smartphone Generation: Strategies to Keep you Sane

Speaker: Dr. Kate Roberts, Psychologist and Parenting Coach

Location: High School Lecture Hall room (D204)

By 2017, 3 out of 4 teens had smartphones. How has this impacted parenting of the iGeneration and why are parents struggling to maintain control? We will discuss what works and what does not and revisit basic parenting tools as well as tech savvy parenting strategies. Bring your concerns, questions and comments and prepare for an informative and ...

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SEPAC Open Meeting Monday, Nov 20 @ 7:30pm

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Couples growing their relationship while raising a child with special needs

Speakers: Karen and Joe Hatch

Location: High School Library

It’s not easy being a parent, and it’s harder still to grow and maintain a healthy relationship with your significant other while parenting kids. Add a special needs child into the mix, and relationships can get into all sorts of challenges. Our presenters, Karen and Joe Hatch, will have a conversation about their experiences raising their child over the past fifteen years while ...

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