Let Ngala Show You How To Coach Your Child Nappy Free
Posted on: Fri 20 July 2012
Ngala’s expert staff will provide early parenting tips at this year’s Pregnancy, Babies and Children’s Expo and help families across Perth easily transition their children from nappies to being potty trained.
This year’s Expo will host over 300 stalls, providing a place to receive advice and early childhood parenting tips as well as a range of the latest products related to pregnancy, babies and children.
Ngala has been a part of the PBC Expo for over ten years and will continue this tradition by hosting a stall to provide information about their services and activities and answer any questions about parenting.
An experienced Ngala Child Health Nurse and facilitator, Danielle will host “Coaching Your Child to be Nappy Free” training workshops at the Expo to help families move their young children on from wearing nappies to using potties.
Ngala Education Coordinator Julie Holschier said, “It is important for parents to approach this topic with the appropriate knowledge, an open mind and a good sense of humour.”
“The workshops examine the developmental readiness and management strategies for families who are going through, or about to commence toilet training and will provide parents the guidance to support and coach their child from nappies in a positive learning environment,” Mrs Holschier said.
‘Coaching Your Child to be Nappy Free’ sessions will run daily at 1:30pm at the Expo workshop area. Registration for these sessions are not required.
The PBC Expo will be held August 10-12, 2012 at the Claremont Showgrounds.
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You can also get your Free one adult entry ticket here and plan your day!
For more information, please visit www.pbcexpo.com.au.
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