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Your Child's Changing Brain - Nathan Wallis

Your Child's Changing Brain - Nathan Wallis

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  • Tue 22 Aug ’17, 7:00pm – 8:30pm


Heaton Intermediate, 125-133 Heaton Street, Merivale, Christchurch Show map


All Ages

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  • Your Child's Changing Brain: $10.00

Your Child's Changing Brain: Childhood to Adolescence – understanding how the brain changes.

Nathan Wallis.

How your brain grows and learns is obviously central to success and well-being, yet it is only in recent years that we have even begun to understand how it works. There are ways we can help our children to develop by simply having an understanding of the brain.

Nathan makes this topic easy to understand and uses everyday language to explain the huge power of the early years, the changes happening in the teenage years - and the ways to get it functioning at its best as much as is possible the rest of the time!

Nathan is a father of three, stepfather to two and foster father to many more. His professional background includes early childhood teacher, child therapist, social service manager, university lecturer and neuroscience trainer.

Internationally acclaimed, Nathan is in hot demand throughout New Zealand, Australia and internationally. Nathan appears on National Radio and TV as a guest expert on parenting, teaching and understanding the brain development of young people. He is currently filming a Neuroscience documentary to be screened in late 2017.

Inspirational and charismatic, Nathan’s ability to translate neuroscience into everyday life engages all audiences. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to hear him speak.

Doors open 6:40 pm.

Sponsored by: Fendalton-Waimairi-Harewood Community Board, The Archer Kingdom Ministry Fund, and The Tindall Foundation.

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