How Relationships Impact Early Child Brain Development

  • St. Joseph-Scollard Hall Catholic Secondary School Auditorium

  • 675 O'Brien St., North Bay
  • Wednesday, April 12 2017
    • 6:00–8:00 p.m.
    • Doors open at 5:30 p.m.

Online Registrations are now closed.

Please contact the Board Office for late registrations: 705-472-1201.

FREE TO EVERYONE: Presentation with child psychiatrist and professor Dr. Jean Clinton.

Our NPSC Parent Involvement Committee warmly welcomes Dr. Jean Clinton to extend our learning in the area of relationships and early child brain development.

Dr. Clinton is the clinical professor of psychiatry and behavioural neurosciences at the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine at McMaster University, specializing in child psychiatry. Her expertise is in the development of young minds and she is recognized internationally as an advocate for children's issues.

In her keynote, Connection Is Key: How relationships influence learning and development, Dr. Clinton will discuss how relationships impact learning and development and the influence of social media.

Dr. Clinton holds a Bachelor of Music Degree in Education and a medical degree and Fellowship in Psychiatry from McMaster University.

Free childcare available with RSVP by April 10. 

Register below or call 705-472-1201 EXT. 2221

Refreshments provided, non-perishable food items welcome.

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