20
Thursday
Oct
2011
mother tongue books1067 Bank St.
5:00pm

What My Grandma
Means to Say
with JC Sulzenko

presented with mother tongue books
"Children are part of whatever goes down in a family. They need to be brought into the tent in a way that will not unnerve them, but rather will prepare them somewhat for the health challenges emerging in the life of someone they know well and care about.
— JC Sulzenko
JC Sulzenko

A Conversation with Kids about Alzheimer's disease: JC Sulzenko and "What My Grandma Means to Say"

 

Children 8-12 years-old, accompanied by a family member, are invited to share their experiences with Ottawa's JC Sulzenko whose play and storybook, "What My Grandma Means to Say" helps kids and families build their understanding about Alzheimer's disease and how to support someone living with it. A 'roundtable' discussion. Call mother tongue books (1067 Bank St.) at 613 730-2346 to reserve a place. Space is limited.

 

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