Learn effective ways to provide your kids with age-appropriate answers to those uncomfortable questions about our bodies and sex.
The Star Speaker Series: The Perils of Puberty & Beyond: Healthy Sexuality and Youth with Disabilities
Puberty isn't easy for anyone but it presents extra unique challenges for our children who have learning differences.
Has anyone ever told you to “just give yourself a break"? Apparently acts of self-compassion such as this can actually reduce stress and anxiety in youth (and adults!) With the increasing pressures being placed on our kids these days, it is no wonder that many are anxious, feel critical of themselves or lack self-confidence.
Join us with Dr. Leslie Shelton, expert in the role of emotions in childhood and adult learning, for a presentation and Q&A about how emotions — of both parents and students — can either promote or hinder the learning process.
Acquire information and effective skills on how to manage the challenging process of separation/divorce while keeping your child's best interest in mind.
Learn practical strategies to improve cooperation and discipline, strengthen character, and enhance your relationships at home.
Are you confused and frustrated by your child's inability to 'just sit still'? Do you get frequent calls from your child's teacher about incomplete assignments? Are you tired of having to constantly repeat your requests? These and other concerns are frequently experienced by parents of children with ADHD—a common behavioral disorder that affects about 10% of school-age children.
Learn key strategies to deal with everyday parenting struggles and how to nurture your child’s developing mind. By applying new scientific discoveries to everyday parenting, parents can turn any outburst, argument, or fear into a chance to integrate their child’s brain.
How is Waldorf education different from other schools, and why is it different? For new families, and anyone who is curious, this is an introduction to Waldorf basics. Come learn more with MWS Teacher Kim Holscher. Free and open to the public.
Marin Waldorf School welcomes Misha Golfman, founder and director of Kroka Expeditions. Join us for an intimate and practical exploration of the positive impacts that come from allowing our children and teenagers to take healthy, natural risks.
Conservatorship is an important step for families of a child with special needs transitioning into adulthood.
Fourth and fifth grade are often the years in which girls experience significant shifts in their self-confidence and increasing social pressures to conform.