Sleep, Feeding & Toileting: Developmental Norms and Challenges
Evening workshop for NYC parents of children with special needs
Join us for a parent workshop with Stephanie Lee, PsyD, Senior Director of the ADHD & Behavior Disorders Center at the Child Mind Institute, to discuss the three most common behavioral issues in young children: sleep, feeding, and toileting. These challenges are particularly true of children with special needs.
In this workshop, we will review the developmental norms and provide techniques and strategies for how parents can manage struggles with toileting, bedwetting, picky eating, and disruptive behaviors during mealtime and bedtime routines.
Light refreshments, including wine and cheese, will be provided.
For questions about the workshop, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
About the Partnership
The Parent Workshop Series is hosted by the Child Mind Institute and The Gillen Brewer School. These talks are for families of preschool and school-aged children in the greater New York City region who are seeking information and strategies on parenting, children’s behavior and development, and learning support systems. The goal of this series is to help inform and inspire healthy dialogue about children’s mental health and learning disorders.