Brainwave Trust  - Nuture Your Tamariki

Brainwave Trust - Nuture Your Tamariki

Thursday 19 September 2019, 7:00pm—9:00pm

The way in which children’s brains develop is influenced by the experiences they have, shaping the way they think, feel, and behave. This session is designed to equip parents with the knowledge to help their children reach their full potential. Providing practical advice about what really matters in the early years, the session will support parents and whānau to make positive choices. Children need to feel loved and every day there are opportunities to help children reach their potential!


Restriction: All Ages

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The way in which children’s brains develop is influenced by the experiences they have, shaping the way they think, feel, and behave…
This two-hour session delivered by an expert Brainwave Kaiako is designed to equip parents with the knowledge to help their children reach their full potential. Providing practical advice about what really matters in the early years, the session will support parents and whānau to make positive choices. Children need to feel loved and every day there are opportunities to help children reach their potential!
Suits parents of: All Ages

Jim Sole
7pm – 9pm
City East Church, 110-118 Shortland St, Wainoni
Hosted by City East Church
$5.00

JIM SOLE – Brainwave Trust
Jim has specialised in the Family Harm sector since 2000. He has held a variety of roles within the sector and worked nationally and overseas. In 2010 he was awarded a Queens Service Medal for services to family violence. He joined Brainwave in 2009 and has presented to a variety of audiences on the Early Years and Teenage Brain. These have included parent groups, public presentations, ECE and schools, The Psychologist Society, Teen Parent Units, Christchurch Prisons, Stopping Violence Services and Refuge. His focus is on providing practical advice about what really matters in the early years, and supporting parents and whānau to make positive choices. He likes to share stories and share a laugh through the presentation.

City East Church
Christchurch, New Zealand

Address: 110 Shortland Street
Christchurch
Canterbury