Events

02.05.19
Linda Martin, Organizational Coach and Reading Tutor defines executive function skills and strategies to support a child facing organizational challenges. Focus of presentation: What are executive function skills, anyway? How organizational coaching differs from traditional tutoring services Parent Learning Goals: The connections between executive skills, learning, productivity and emotional well-being The...
01.15.19
Tuesday January 15th 6:00-7:30 PM Families First, Portsmouth Media and digital devices are an unavoidable part of our world today, and there are benefits and downsides for kids and families. This workshop will explore ideas for making technology a positive addition to a child’s life and family culture.  Topics will include: developing a family...
12.04.18
A Presentation by Dr. Carrie Chiasson Greenland Central School Media Center 70 Post Road, Greenland, NH December 4, 2018 6:00-7:30 pm Stress affects everyone and a significant number of youth struggle with anxiety. If left unaddressed, stress and anxiety can negatively impact academic functioning, social relationships, and family dynamics. This talk will provide you...
11.27.18
Dr. Laura Rubin will provide a talk about the importance of social skills in children’s development.  The following topics will be addressed: Emergence of Social Skills through Development How to Manage Conflict Skills Needed for Social Success Disruptions in Social Skills Strategies to Promote Social Skills DATE & TIME:           Tuesday November...
09.11.18
Starting a new school year can trigger feelings of stress and anxiety in children.  Such feelings can negatively impact children's academic functioning and social and family relationships.  Dr. Carrie Chiasson, a licensed clinical psychologist at PNC, will discuss how stress impacts children and practical ways to reduce stress, with a...