Top 10 Reasons To Hire A Parent Speaker Trainer Educator

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Top 10 Reasons To Hire A Parent Speaker Trainer Educator

  1. 1. Top 10 Reasons to hire a Parent Speaker/Trainer/Educator By Judy Arnall www.professionalparenting.ca
  2. 2. Judy Arnall BA Parenting Speaker, Trainer and Educator Best-selling Author “Judy is Canada’s Leading Expert on Parenting the Digital Generation and Parenting Without Punishment” professionalparenting.ca
  3. 3. Judy is also a Mom of 5 Kids She bridges the gap between theory and practice! • 987 Temper Tantrums • 15,000 diaper changes • 5 years single parenting • 3 broken limbs • 2,190 spilled drinks • 16 years breastfeeding • 17 years sibling fights • 98 bouts of gastroenteritis • 14,600 bedtime battles • Said “No” 5,840 times • 8 hours of continuous sleep – PRICELESS! professionalparenting.ca
  4. 4. #1 Reason for hiring a parenting speaker • It’s a fun, respectful, informal and interactive setting. www.professionalparenting.ca
  5. 5. #2 • It’s helpful to learn that other parents are going through exactly the same issues. www.professionalparenting.ca
  6. 6. #3 • It’s proactive. More tools in the box means more options for parents. • We don’t wear fashion from the 80’s so why are we using the same parenting techniques? We are raising kids in a much different culture and this needs a www.professionalparenting.ca different skillset.
  7. 7. #4 • It’s current, research- based information that is up-to-the minute. • Parent educators read journals, attend conferences, and study the most recent research specifically in the field of parenting. www.professionalparenting.ca
  8. 8. #5 • • Parent Doctors and nurses are experts in disease, sickness and cure. • Teachers are experts in curriculum delivery and • classroom management. Moms, inlaws and friends are Educators experts on THEIR children. are experts on positive • Psychologists are experts on parenting practices for general cognitive development. optimum physical, • Some professionals are limited in the field of best parenting social, emotional and practices…due to lack of cognitive health of upgrading, time constraints and personal bias. children and families. www.professionalparenting.ca
  9. 9. #6 • It’s non-judgemental: every parent has a different child and different situation. It’s okay to ask questions. www.professionalparenting.ca
  10. 10. #7 • It’s information, not advice. • You are best equipped to make the best parenting decisions based on the general parenting information and your knowledge of YOUR child. www.professionalparenting.ca
  11. 11. #8 • What works for one child may not work for your subsequent children. • Every child is unique and requires different tools. • Knowledge of child development leads to appropriate expectations. www.professionalparenting.ca
  12. 12. #9 • Love is not enough. Like any other endeavor, parenting involves skills not taught in school. • No parent is perfect. All parents have room for improvement – proactive knowledge gives preparedness. www.professionalparenting.ca
  13. 13. #10 • The time/cost • The health effects of investment is worth a good parenting last lifetime. Learning new generations. skills is a better investment in your child’s future than private schools, educational toys, electronics, lessons and enrichment activities. www.profssionalparenting.ca

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