Parenting workshops at Lincoln Community Health Center
Posted on 09.11.2015, Friday

Lincoln Community Health Center is offering free parent workshops through December as part of their Parent-Child Readiness Program for children birth to age 5.

These monthly bilingual workshops target common concerns of parents of young children, fulfilling Lincoln’s mission to care for a child’s physical and social/emotional wellbeing and development. The program provides support from an early age to help prepare children for success in school and in life.

The workshop topics are:

September 23: Power of Play
Children learn and develop through play. Come learn how to use play to stimulate your child.

October 14: Healthy Eating
Learn about providing young children with a healthy balance meal.

October 28: Baby Massage, Exercising with Baby and Toddler
Stimulate growth and parent-child bonding through massage and exercise.

November 18: Behavioral Problems
Having a difficult time managing your child’s behavior? Learn simple and practical strategies to help manage behavior.

December 16: Speech
Do you have concerns or questions about your child’s speech? Bring your questions and learn how to stimulate your child’s language.

All workshops are open to the public and will take place in Conference Room B from 11:00 am – 12:00 pm. Educational materials and refreshments will be provided. For a bilingual flyer, please click here. For more information, please contact Diana Marroquin, Case Manager, at 919.956.4060 or diana.marroquin@duke.edu.