ChildSpace is looking for volunteers (infants and their parents/caregivers) to attend an upcoming practitioner workshop – May 8 -18th in Evanston, IL.
The ChildSpace Method can be beneficial to babies anywhere along the development spectrum; and can be helpful in addressing developmental delays, as well as supporting “early” rollers/crawlers/walkers.
Join us and learn how to assist and promote your infant’s physical, emotional and mental development through play and daily touch.
Volunteers will be invited to attend two sessions; May 12th and another date based on your child’s age/movement. This workshop is focusing on infants in the pre-head lifting to rolling stages. Upcoming workshops will include crawlers, toddlers, and walkers.
Please contact Cecelia Hoskins at Cecelia.firstname.lastname@example.org (773)544-2262 to learn more about this opportunity (we can coordinate around naps) and ChildSpace (www.ChildSpaceMethod.com).
We currently have 2 open sessions, May 10 and May 14.
Saturday May 10, 11:30 am – 12:45 pm
Wednesday May 14, 11:30 am – 1 pm
The Wednesday spot could be for a baby experiencing developmental delays (and their parent/caregiver) for a volunteer learning session. Child’Space practices may be helpful to children with the following issues or medical diagnoses: skipped crawling, refusing tummy time, limited ability to nurse, torticollis, high/low muscle tone, plagiocephaly, hip displasia, cerebral palsy, spina bifida, brain injury.