May 18th 2020
This is a follow up to the webinar, “CREATING A MORE PEACEFUL, JOYFUL FAMILY DURING LOCKDOWN AND BEYOND”.
If you have queries or need specific clarification, and professional expert opinion for any challenges you face as a parent, or as a family member, and most importantly, if you need ideas on which activities suit your child best, suggestions on positive engagement, and a gentle prod to intuitively bring out the best in your child, during this time and beyond, please write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or tag us on Facebook here – https://www.facebook.com/HeartfulnessWomen using the hashtag #AskGLOW.
Terran would answer all these on the webinar. Most importantly, drop in and say hello!
Speaker : Terran Daily, Terran has been an occupational therapist for over 30 years, working mostly with parents and teachers in both Scotland and rural northern California. She has been struck by the wisdom, gifts, and also challenges of the children and families she has worked with over the years.
Terran has also been a certified trainer in Nonviolent Communication, with a focus on working with children, parents and teachers. She was a founding member of the Scottish Parliament Cross Party Group on Peace Education, and delivered peace education modules to students in Scottish schools, including schools in disadvantaged areas. She has conducted “Giraffe Clubs” in California schools as well as a summer “Giraffe Camp” to train children ages 3-8 in Nonviolent Communication.
Terran was the mother of two boys with special needs. Elie, who was severely disabled and the essence of sweetness, is no longer with us. Her other son Noah, is now an amazingly steady, nurturing and gentle father and husband. Terran is very proud of her 12 year old granddaughter Zoe, who is a talented artist and STEM whiz.
- Recap of the webinar webcast on 11th May 2020 – CREATING A MORE PEACEFUL, JOYFUL FAMILY DURING LOCKDOWN AND BEYOND
- Queries/ Q & A/Discussion
- Ideas for activities and positive engagement of children
Who Should Attend
Parents, grandparents, and caregivers, of children aged 1-16 years.
Resources for Children:
As promised in the webinar, below are the resources which you can use, to fulfil some of the basic needs of your children. Please share your success stories. Please also write to us if you need more information or face any specific challenges. You can contact us through email@example.com