For Tired Parents (in person)

A child’s sleep problems can undermine the most confident of parents, and make the sweetest child grumpy! We will discuss different types of problems–bedtime procrastinating, nap strikes, middle-of-the-night waking, visiting the parents’ bed, etc.--and options for solving them. This will

Co-op Butterfly Families (ongoing virtual discussion group)

Co-op’s monthly discussion group for families with children with higher needs & sensitivities, frustrating behaviors, and/or more vulnerable/reactive nervous systems. The purpose of the group is to learn from one another, offering support, experiences, and resources, as well as building community and

Building Sibling Relationships Part 1 (in person)

Family life is challenging during ordinary times. As public health crises continue to impact our communities, it’s not surprising that many homes with siblings continue to feel a bit like a pressure cooker! While sibling relationships can cause a great

Thriving Amidst COVID, RSV & the Flu (in-person)

Making travel plans and want to feel safe? Worried about infecting a loved one? Never heard of RSV but it sounds scary? Caregivers have been inundated with information about the latest disease that may infect your child. It may be

What’s the Big Secret (virtual)

When and how do you talk to your children about sexuality? Where do you start? How do you answer questions in a developmentally appropriate way? Children are learning about sexuality from the moment they are born and you are your

Will My Child Be Ready For Kindergarten? (virtual)

Doubting that Co-op children learn academic content when it looks like they are just having fun?  Heard that Kindergarten is the new First Grade?  Replace worry with information in this evening devoted to understanding the science of how children learn.

Documentary Screening: “The Mask You Live In” (in person)

The Mask You Live In follows boys and young men as they struggle to stay true to themselves while negotiating America’s narrow definition of masculinity.  Pressured by the media, their peer group, and even the adults in their lives, our protagonists