Do you know the links between increases in screen time and trends in children and families? Discover how interpersonal relationships are impacted by screen-time and how keeping our connections strong is vital for our well-being. Join us to explore what we can learn from history about the right way to adopt technology and how we can move toward balancing off-line and online time.
Free event with registration. Light refreshments available.
**This event is part of Interior Savings Unplug and Play Week**
While the presentation content will remain the same, we have a change to the presenters.
Presented by Stephanie Stenya LeClair and May Cooper:
Stephanie Stenya LeClair is a director of Children for a Better Future and the founder of Vital Spark Integrative Health. As a practicing registered massage therapist, Stephanie believes in an integrative approach to health and educates her clients on full spectrum strategies to optimize their well-being. A mother of a 1 year old daughter, Stephanie continues to research about how to raise healthy children and believes that empowering parents and educators with tools to maximize their children’s development is a key component for creating a better future.
May Cooper is a JHUI Level III Certified Ukulele Teacher and host of Changemakers Without Borders: People of Vision podcast at Peach City Radio and Soundcloud. She is an active volunteer at Children for a Better Future, where she gives presentations on striking a balanced approach with digital technology. May is also the book editor for the Building a Healthy Family series and leads interactive workshops for children and youth on teamwork, creativity, and leadership skills.