Parenting & Your Child's Brain
November 15, 2022
12:00pm - 1:00pm
n-Person: Room SB-306 (Social and Behavioral Sciences Building) and via Zoom
This workshop will explore how parents affect their children's brain development. Children's brains grow rapidly in the first five years of life, and as primary caregivers, parents play a big role in this growth. Information on parenting styles, attachment security, early language, and abuse and neglect will be shared.
Presenter: Caitlin Sackett, MA, Project Analyst at the Institute for Child Development and Family Relations
In-Person: Room SB-306 (Social and Behavioral Sciences Building)