Family Nutrition & Sleep Support

FAMILY NUTRITION

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How Food Affects a Child’s Mood and What To Do About It!

 

We are excited to have Danielle Shea Tan, author of 52 Small Changes for the Family and Functional Family Nutritionist, back for another workshop! This workshop will teach parents the science-behind how food impacts mood and behavior in children and share simple strategies for fueling your family with nutrients to support a healthy, balanced emotional life. Join us for an engaging discussion that is sure to help your children tackle life with vigor, clarity and calm.

 

What goes into your child’s body has a HUGE impact on his or her ability to thrive, sleep, manage big emotions and even transition from one activity to another or one place to another. If her diet is missing critical nutrients, the seemingly normal tasks of everyday life become daunting and almost impossible. Picky eaters are even more likely to be missing core nutrients for emotional balance.

Learn more about Danielle at HealthyMamas.com
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Stop Picky Eating with Love, Patience and a Proven Approach

 

When unaddressed, picky eating can create major stress within a family. Unfortunately, strategies commonly used to encourage healthy eating such as “no thank you bites” or “dinner before dessert” eventually backfire and have been shown to create pickier eaters! Join this informative discussion to learn an evidence-based approach to raising competent, healthy eaters. You’ll get tips to address common feeding challenges such as food refusals and children’s food demands and walk away with practical action steps to use at home.

 

A favorite among parents, this workshop led by Danielle Shea Tan, Functional Family Nutritionist, author of 52 Small Changes for the Family, is sure to transform your meal times forever!

SLEEP SUPPORT

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Sleep Support Group

 

Join experienced pediatric sleep consultant and child development specialist, Sarah Kerrigan, as she facilitates a sleep support group for parents of children 0-4 years.

Come share your experiences and struggles around sleep with parents who can relate! Learn from the group, gain the support of others, and gather information on the science behind your child’s sleep as well as practical tips from our expert facilitator.

 

Little ones are VERY welcome to attend this unique group with a loving caregiver!