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Community Parenting Group in Fair Haven - English & Spanish

A Community Parenting Group – Starting in May 2015 / English & Español

By:                  Nurturing Families Network & Fair Haven Community Health

Group Topic:  Circle of Security Parenting Group (building secure attachments)

When:            Sign Up Dates: Tuesday May 26th between 1 – 3pm, or

                      Tuesday June 2nd between 1-3 pm

                      To learn more about the Circle of Security Group.

Program Start date:  June 9th at 1 pm.  Group will run for 8 weeks

 Where:                     Fair Haven Library, 182 Grand Avenue

                                  Biblioteca de Fair Haven

 Group will be run in English and Spanish  / Ingles Y  Español

8 semanas gratis del Grupo Para Padres de “Circle of Security©”

Comenzando el 9 de Junio del 2015

Bus Tokens and Child Care are available.  -- Bus Tokens” y Cuido de Niños Disponible

Food will be provided.

With referrals or any questions: 

Contact:   De Popkin at 203-777-7411 ext. 5350     

Cordell Pemberton at 777-7411 ext 5040.

Es usted un Padre de un de Niño Pequeño?

Usted sabía que no tiene que ser un padre perfecto- solo tratar de ser un buen padre

Únase a nosotros para explorar

  • Como manejar mejor las rabietas y los colapsos emocionales de su hijo (a)
  • Como pasar un tiempo mejor y alegre con su hijo (a)
  • Como ayudar a su hijo (a) para que tenga una autoestima alta, tenga mejores relaciones y se pueda desempeñar mejor en la escuela.
  • Para preguntas llame a
  • Alberto Roman
  • Nurturing Families Network
  • (203)777-7411 ext. 5048

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