Adolescents by nature, take risks. But how should a parent navigate a teen's risky behavior? On Monday, February 27 at 10 a.m. in the Greenwich Library Meeting Room, Dr. Marcie Schneider, MD, and Dr. Sara Buchdahl Levine, MD, of Greenwich Adolescent Medicine, LLC, will discuss the range of risk-taking, both positive and negative, that can occur during middle and high school and identify strategies for communication between parents and their children.
Dr. Schneider graduated from Brown University and attended medical school at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. She focuses on eating disorder, obesity, menstrual function, growth and development, substance abuse and attention deficit disorder. Dr. Levine graduated from Yale Universtiy and attended medical school at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. She provides general adolescent primary care and also focuses on adolescent gynecology and risk behaviors.
Craig Lanzoni, President of Linear Learning Co., will present "The 18 Things You Need to Know to Kick Butt on the SAT Math" on Saturday, February 25 at 12 p.m. in the Meeting Room. This four-hour intensive seminar will cover the 18 critical things that, when mastered and applied, will assure success on the SAT Math. Whether you're preparing for the SAT for the first time, or you're working to improve your score, this seminar will help immensely. For more information, please contact Margaret Walsh at (203) 622-7915.
Parents of children and teens can learn more about taming electronics on Saturday, February 25 at 10 a.m. in the Technology Training Center. Presenter Bud Freund will discuss strategies and suggestions for reining in texting, internet use, television, electronic games, and other homework distractions. For more information, please call (203) 625-6508.
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