The Magic of Play: How to use play to connect to your child and inspire growth
May 9 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm$15
“Play is often talked about as if it were a relief from serious learning. But for children, play is serious learning. Play is really the work of childhood.” – Mr. Rogers
Launching from the foundation of play as a developmental necessity for all children, Katrina Kramlich will illustrate how play can inspire kids and parents to relax, recharge, and be ready to learn. Build a relationship with your child that is as unique as the dynamic duo you two create!! As you give your attention, trust, and love to your child, you can experience the joy of attention, trust, and love from your child as well. Learn techniques and ideas to make your play fun, engaging, and a useful tool to teach and help your child process social learnings regardless of where your child is on the autism spectrum. Enter the summer with enthusiasm, confidence, and inspiration!!
Tickets: $15/single; $25/pair
Katrina Kramlich is a Family Coach and an Autism Developmental Play Consultant. She has been working with children with autism for over 15 years in a variety of roles within schools, centers, non-profits and in families’ homes. Katrina enjoys learning from and growing with her own family members on the spectrum. After getting a degree in Family Social Science from the University of Minnesota, Katrina completed an apprenticeship program at the Autism Treatment Center of America in Sheffield, MA. She currently has her own private practice, Inspired Spectrums, where she coaches families in play programs. Katrina believes that parents are their children’s best resource and wants to empower parents to feel confident in supporting and inspiring their children’s growth.