The training on 2-23-16 should be very interesting. Suzanne Metcalf with Smart Start will discuss why the first 2,000 days of a child’s life are critical for later functioning . Early learning experiences and child development are a dynamic interactive process that are not predetermined. Every experience a baby has forms a neural connection in the brain and these connections form rapidly in early years and form a foundation for the future. We will also have a brief presentation from Diane Amos from Read to Succeed. This volunteer program works with at risk young children in Asheville city schools.
As always, please RSVP so we are aware of how many people we should plan for!