Join us for our tenth annual luncheon on Friday, October 23rd at the Bellevue Westin. This is a chance to gather with family, friends and the community to celebrate the courage of the children that walk through Kindering's doors every day. For more information, click here.SALUTE TO COURAGE LUNCHEON
Of the children enrolled in our Early Intervention Program, 46% make such progress by the age of 3 that they are no longer eligible for services. And 75% make such strides in their development that they narrow the gap with their typically-developing peers. The first step is to call for a FREE developmental evaluation and find out how Kindering can assist your family.
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Kindering’s Salute to Courage Luncheon is a chance to gather with family, friends and the community to celebrate the courage of the amazing children that walk through Kindering’s doors every day! Our Salute to Courage luncheon is a very important fundraiser and we need your help. The research is emphatic. Birth to three is the most crucial phase of brain development – an irreplaceable opportunity to make a significant difference in a child’s potential. During the program you will be inspired by the stories that you hear. You’ll come away with a better understanding of the programs and services that Kindering has to offer.
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Successful Sleep Strategies
Dr. David Reuter, Allegro Pediatrics
This talk will focus on three important areas of sleep along with time for discussion and questions:
- Reading your child’s clues: Recognizing the subtle behavioral hints your child provides to suggest they’re ready to sleep
- Routine’s: How to facilitate the transition, and nurture calm in your child.
- What happens when your child is sleeping.
Join us from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., on Thursday evening at Kindering Bellevue! Come as early as 6pm for mingling and light refreshments.
Individuals interested in attending may RSVP with Colleen Willisor leave a message at (425) 289-7527 so we can ensure space is available.
Childcare is not available for the speaker series.