Press Release Sent to Tolland Patch:
Tolland Schools is proud to host a 2-hour workshop on Wednesday, June 6th, to provide parents and professionals with discipline solutions for challenging children. This fun and entertaining evening will be held from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. at , 1 Eagle Hill in Tolland, CT. There is no charge to attend this event but donations for FROM THE HEART, Relay for Life, TIS Playground or ADAM’S ADVENTURE will be gladly accepted.
Both parents and teachers are invited to this interactive presentation titled, “10 Tips for Creating Cooperative Kids,” with parent educator and author, Bill Corbett. Adults attending this session will see a demonstration that will “lift the hood” on understanding a child’s behavior and learn some powerful techniques for turning today's challenging children (tots to teens) into cooperative kids. A brief question and answer session will immediately follow the presentation.
Bill is the executive producer and host of the parenting television show CREATING COOPERATIVE KIDS that airs on the Community Voice Channel 5 on Friday nights at 6:00 p.m. At the conclusion of the evening, he’ll be signing copies of his award-winning book, LOVE, LIMITS & LESSONS®: A Parent’s Guide to Raising Cooperative Kids, which recently received the PARENT TESTED/PARENT APPROVED award for outstanding products (www.ptpa.org).
Although there is no charge to attend this event, those attending are asked to consider bringing a small unwrapped toy for the FROM THE HEART organization. A $5 donation for ADAM’S ADVENTURE , TIS Playscape, or Relay for Life will be accepted in lieu of a toy.
Advanced registration for this event is suggested and required for child care. Refreshments will be served during intermission and training certificates will be available for teaching staff and professionals. For questions about this event or to reserve a seat, call Laurel Leibowitz at Tolland Schools at (860) 870-6750 ext. 215, or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org. To obtain information on the speaker, Bill Corbett, go to www.ChangeYourKidsBehavior.com.