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Tips for Caring for Someone with Alzheimers Watch Now

Caring for a Loved One with Alzheimer's: Support Strategies for Families

Caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease can be challenging and emotional for families. Scheduling and managing care, understanding your loved one’s needs, and providing support are critical roles of a caregiver that can be tough to navigate. In this webinar, Bright Horizons, in collaboration with BrightStar Care, offers strategies and recommendations to help you support your loved one and your family throughout the caregiving process.

During this informative webinar, you will explore strategies to:

  • Create safe and supportive environments
  • Design stimulating activities
  • Establish routines to support memory recall
  • Improve independent abilities
  • Provide support for your whole family
Organization Tips for Busy Families Watch Now

Organization Tips for Busy Families

Being a working parent takes an incredible amount of organization, preparation, juggling and a little bit of daily magic. Wake-up, snuggle, get ready, manage the morning commute, work, manage the evening commute (and after-school activities), cook dinner, homework, put the kids to bed, catch up on emails… and finally, put yourself to bed. Does this sound like a typical chaotic day? If you’re a busy parent in search for some tips to help organize your family’s busy schedule, this webinar is for you!

In this webinar, we provide you with tips and tricks on getting your family organized. We discuss: 

  • how to make transitions from home to school/child care easier
  • tips and resources for meal planning, calendar sharing and overall family communication
  • how to manage ‘hiccups’ in your daily routine, such as school holidays or breakdowns in child care arrangements
  • homework management, chore organization and overall tips for keeping your home and family running smoothly
Tips for Reading Aloud to Children Watch Now

Reading Aloud with Children

Research shows one of the most important ways parents can support literacy development is to read aloud with their children. Bright Horizons wants to help your family explore new ways to make reading together both educational and exciting.

In this parent webinar, our early education experts and a guest storyteller from Barefoot Books will share practical ways that you can:

  • Make reading time a more engaging, enjoyable and enriching learning experience
  • Identify high quality children’s literature and pick the right books for your child(ren)
  • Master storytelling techniques to make books come to life

At the completion of the webinar, you’ll be armed with expert storytelling tips and techniques that will help you take reading aloud to the next level.

Teaching Life Skills to Kids Watch Now

Mind in the Making: Executive Function and The Seven Essential Life Skills Every Child Needs

How can families and teachers give kids the life skills they need to cope  in our multi-tasking, multimedia, modern world? Bright Horizons, in conjunction with Families and Work Institute and Ellen Galinsky, present a parent webinar about the skills adults and children need in order to succeed in the 21st century.

For over a decade, Ms. Galinsky has worked with top researchers from across the country, filming their experiments and studying their results demonstrating how we learn best. In her recently released highly acclaimed bestselling book, Mind in the Making (Harper Collins 2010), she identifies seven Life Skills that are essential to success - in school, the workforce and in life.

You will learn:

  • The simple everyday things parents can do to build life skills in their children 
  • The connection between life skills and school readiness
  • Strategies to help fuel your child’s natural passion for learning
  • Methods for empowering your child to manage stress, take on challenges and build resilience
Children and Sleep Problems Watch Now

Good Nights, Great Days: How to Help the Whole Family Get Some Sleep

Once you got past the infant stage, did you think your child would peacefully sleep through the night? Is your child giving up naps before he's ready to? Ready to stop co-sleeping but don't know how? And how in the world are you going to get through the upcoming time change?

Grab a cup of coffee and watch Dr. Craig Canapari, MD, pediatrician specializing in the care of children with sleep and breathing problems at Massachusetts General Hospital for Children, to find out how to get your children to go to sleep and stay asleep. He answers a variety of questions about sleep and provides tips and strategies for giving your whole family a good night's sleep.

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