Using brain science to understand your child’s cognitive and emotional development
Take a look at your child’s behavior from the inside out. Why do our kids, and people in general, do the things that they do?
This five part series will focus on the mysteries of the brain and behavior. We will also discuss how experiences can effect a child’s brain, actions and emotions. In each session we will offer strategies for navigating behaviors, building attachments and strengthening relationships with your child.
Where: Young & Healthy – 136 West Peoria Street, Pasadena, 91103
When: Tuesdays 5:30-7:00 PM on
January 8, 2019
January 15, 2019
January 22, 2019
January 29, 2019
February 5, 2019
Please RSVP by calling Young & Healthy at 626.795.5166
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Usando la ciencia del cerebro para entender el desarrollo cognitivo y emocional de su hijo/a
Observe el comportamiento de su hijo desde adentro hacia afuera. ¿Por qué nuestros hijos y la gente en general hacen las cosas que hacen?
Esta serie de cinco partes se centrará en los misterios del cerebro y el comportamiento. También discutiremos cómo las experiencias pueden afectar el cerebro, las acciones y las emociones de un niño. En cada sesión ofreceremos estrategias para navegar comportamientos, creando vínculos y fortaleciendo las relaciones con su hijo.
Dónde: Young & Healthy – 136 West Peoria Street, Pasadena, 91103
Cuando: Los martes de 5:30-7:00 PM el
8 de enero de 2019
15 de enero de 2019
22 de enero de 2019
29 de enero de 2019
5 de febrero de 2019
Por favor RSVP a Young & Healthy en 626.795.5166
Let’s Par-Tee for Children’s Healthcare
Saturday, January 26, 2019
La Cañada Flintridge Country Club
Dust off those argyle sweaters, pull out your Lilly Pulitzer or don your best plaid for a night to benefit Young & Healthy and the children of the greater Pasadena area who need healthcare. We will be celebrating our annual gala in country club style and hope that you will join us!
We are excited to honor the DiMassa Family/Summerkids with the Alliance Award and Dr. Janice DaVolio and Dr. Seth Vaccaro with the J. Donald Thomas Award. These awards are given to those whose dedication, perseverance and selfless devotion to the well-being of children exemplify the spirit that led to the founding of our healthcare program over 27 years ago.
You don’t want to miss this fun evening!
You are invited to join us for Young & Healthy’s free annual friend and fundraiser event. Our goal is to bring together current supporters, as well as new potential supporters, to learn about what Young & Healthy has most recently been doing to provide for the children in the greater Pasadena area who are in need of quality healthcare and have nowhere else to turn. Young & Healthy continues to adapt to the needs of the children and families we serve. Come learn how we are meeting these needs today!
Click below to view our invitation and response card. Let us know if you can join us! Or, if you can not attend and wish to support Young & Healthy, click the donate button.
The Young & Healthy Alliance invites you for pizza and the screening of a special documentary film that tells the story of how one school used a trauma-informed approach to change students’ lives.
at Young & Healthy
136 W. Peoria Street, Pasadena, CA 91103
Pizza Dinner at 5:30 pm, Screening will begin at 5:45 pm
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“Paper Tigers is a moving and profoundly important film that offers critical insights into one of the most widespread educational and health challenges in American society. It should be mandatory viewing for teachers and principals across the country, and anyone who works with vulnerable youth” said David Bornstein, New York Times author and Co-Founder of The Solutions Journalism Network. The film follows a year in the life of Lincoln High Alternative School in Walla Walla, Washington. After radically changing its approach to disciplining its students, Lincoln High School saw a dramatic turnaround in everything from the number of fights to test scores to graduation rates. The school has become a promising model of how to break the cycles of poverty, violence and disease that affect families through the practice of ongoing trauma-informed educational strategies. Told with intimate verite and diary cam footage, Paper Tigers is a testament to what the latest research on childhood adversity is proving: that one caring adult can change the trajectory of a young person’s life.