In today's world, children are diagnosed more frequently with anxiety and depression than ever before. As parents, it is critical to know how anxiety, depression and other mental health issues manifest in our children so that we can offer support and help.
Denise Oehrlein and Greta Kramer from Milestone Counseling will be here to present on Brain development and what we know about the effects of anxiety and depression on our children. There will be time to discuss questions and topics with each other and our speakers. This is a not to be missed event!
Please complete the following to reserve your spot for our Parents as Partners discussion on Oct. 29, 2018 at 5:30 pm in St. Paul's cafeteria (ASA St. Cloud Campus).
What is this event?PAC is sponsoring a discussion series entitled Parents as Partners, designed to help build a culture of trust, support, and collaboration among the parent community of ASA. PAC has chosen four topics for this year: Mental Health awareness, financial literacy for kids, Keeping our kids safe from human trafficking in St. Cloud, and Catholic faith development. We hope that all parents will join us.
How the evening will work?
A free, simple supper will be served from 5:30 to 6:15pm. The simple supper is designed for families, parent and child, to have supper together. At 6:15, ASA's Fun Zone staff will collect children from the cafeteria and take them to FunZone. Child care beginning at 6:15 is free to all participants of the program. The program will run from approximately 6:15 to 8:00 pm.