There’s a lot to parenting. Sometimes you need a quick tip, new idea or maybe a little support to get past the fussing and on to the laughing, growing and learning. That’s where Children’s Hospital Colorado experts can help. All workshops are held from 6 to 7:30 p.m.

🔗Free seminars

  • Texting all Tweens and Teens: Social Networking and Your Kids Wednesday, Sept. 7, guest speaker Dr. Jeffrey Dolgan
  • Transition to New Parenthood Monday, Sept. 12, guest speaker Ayelet Talmi, PhD
  • Childhood Sleeping Challenges Wednesday, Sept. 14, guest speaker Bart Schmitt, MD
  • Toilet Training Challenges Monday, Sept. 26, guest speaker Bart Schmitt, MD
  • Speak up for Kids Learn how to make a difference on the issues that matter the most to you and your kids Monday, Oct. 3, guest speaker Children’s Hospital Colorado staff
  • Talking about Toddlers Tuesday, Oct. 4, guest speaker Ayelet Talmi, PhD

For those parenting seminars held at Children’s Hospital Colorado, childcare will be provided by specially-trained Children’s volunteers. There is a maximum of 25 children who can be supervised during each seminar, so RSVPs for child care will be on a first-come, first-served basis.

🔗Childcare requirements

Age: Volunteers can supervise children ranging in age from newborn to 9 years old.

Health: Children must be free of infectious diseases.

Parents/Guardians: All parents/guardians must be attending the parenting seminar and must be present to sign the check-in form.

Online RSVP Required: Maximum of 25 children per seminar. First-come, first-served. RSVP at Signs will be posted on the day of the seminar directing you to the Creative Play Center.

If you have questions about any of the seminars, please call (720) 777-5437. This is not an RSVP line. All seminars are held at: Children’s Hospital Colorado, 2nd Floor Conference Center, 13123 E. 16th Ave., Aurora, Colo.

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