The body and brain develop dramatically in the first five years of a child's life. What can parents do to support physical, social, and emotional milestones during this time? Join us for a free workshop provided by Parentline to learn about these important changes in your infant or toddler's development. Participants will also have an opportunity to ask questions and support each other as they consider navigating the early childhood period from the perspective of an LGBTQ parent.
Facilitated by Lindsey Rogers, a third year student in the Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program at the University of San Francisco. Lindsey studies infant mental health and child development, and provides program development for Parentline.
Dinner and childcare provided free upon advance registration. Free parking after 5pm in the gated Our Family Coalition lot at 10th & Mission.
Please register for accommodation requests.
Contact Jeannette, firstname.lastname@example.org, or call (415) 981-1960 with any questions.
We strive to make our programs accessible to all families. Please register for accommodations that would help your family participate to the fullest (e.g. ASL interpreter, translated materials, childcare providers experienced with kids with disabilities, large print materials, gluten-free food options, etc.). If registering within 48 hours of the event, please call 415-981-1960 to ensure receipt of your request.