I have been very blessed to speak at various events at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital each year. Recently, I was asked again to speak at the AGES & STAGES, A New Era of Parenting event on October 20th at 8:45am at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital West Chester Campus.
Over the past 9 years I have seldom heard children at my talks ever inquire about the Dark Web. However, over the last two years, questions on the subject have increased. As such, when I was asked to address the community at the CCH’s event, I quickly said, YES!
You can learn more about the event by clicking here.
2018-19 Speaker’s Guide
Ages & Stages: A New Era of Parenting
Ages & Stages is a free monthly program that focuses on relevant and timely subjects that align well with Cincinnati Children’s Strategic Plan 2020. Healthcare professionals offer relatable research based information with a dose of practical advice. In its fourth year, Ages and Stages is growing in popularity by bringing high quality child health programming to Liberty Township and the surrounding region.
We average 40-50 attendees per month. We have developed an aggressive marketing campaign that includes targeting parents on social media, in schools in early childhood education programs. Childcare is provided on site at no charge. A light breakfast is offered to everyone.
Location & Parking
The Ages and Stages parenting workshop will be held at Cincinnati Children’s Liberty Campus, 7777 Yankee Rd, Liberty Twp. 45044 | I-75, Exit 24, Cincinnati-Day Rd. to Yankee Rd. Follow the road around to the upper parking lot. Enter Building B. The workshop is in the conference room on the left. Once you arrive our volunteer ambassadors will be on hand to help you find your way.
Ages & Stages
Saturday, October 20, 2018
8:45am-9:00am – Breakfast/Child Care check-in
9:00am-9:15am – Welcome and Announcements
9:15-10:15am – The Dark Web, Stephen Smith, A Wired Family
10:15am-10:25am – Questions
10:25am-10:30am – Raffle winner, workshop ends
To discover more about your child’s use of technology, and how you can help guide them through digital life, please consider ordering our book. All proceeds go to future research that supports our mission to educate families on their child’s digital tattoo.
NOTE: If you’d like us to come to your school or organization for our presentation on the impact of social media on teens, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org