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Do You Know How to Talk About friendships with Your Child?



The Center for Parents and Teachers in collaboration with the Concord SEPAC (Concord and Concord-Carlisle Special Education Parent Advisory Council) invite parents and grandparents to a free program presented by author Caroline  Maguire on the topic of children's friendships and the development of social skills. 

Program Information

The Center for Parents and Teachers in collaboration with the Concord SEPAC (Concord and Concord-Carlisle Special Education Parent Advisory Council) invite parents and grandparents to learn from esteemed author Caroline Maguire on the topic of children's friendships and the development of social skills.

“Why Will No One Play with Me?” is a question every parent fears having to answer, yet one that has become more prevalent with each generation. Whether you are the parent of a child with learning differences, social integration issues, one that is a victim of bullying or even the parent of a child navigating the seemingly simple process of growing up, there has never been a greater need for a go-to resource that provides parents with the tools to help their children navigate the challenges of social interactions. In this presentation, Caroline introduces audiences to the tools they need to become their child’s (or student’s) social skills coach. 

Caroline shares her proven strategies, outlined in her book Why Will No One Play With Me?: The Play Better Plan to Help Children of All Ages Make Friends and Thrive, teaching parents how to coach their child through executive function skill-building sessions (as it relates to the social realm). Caroline’s successful “Play Better Plan” is a three-part program where children make noticeable progress while building confidence and enjoying a more satisfying social life.


ABOUT OUR PRESENTOR:

Caroline Maguire, ACCG, PCC, M.Ed. is an internationally renowned ADHD coach for children and adolescents. For over a decade, Caroline has coached children who have ADHD and trained parents on how to coach their children at home. Her coaching skills have been sought out by organizations across the globe. She now trains other coaches on how to coach children with ADHD. Caroline is a passionate personal coach, author, teacher, and speaker whose work has inspired important conversations about social skills at elementary and middle schools and in homes all across the country. Caroline believes all children can shine. Her work is critical to parents everywhere who support children with executive function challenges struggling to show their best selves.


Sign Up

To help our planning, please pre-register for this free program at the Eventbrite site using the SIGN UP HERE button below. 


Date: February 3, 2020

Time:  7 PM.

Location: Willard Elementary School, 185 Powdermill Road, West Concord MA