John Shanahan, Director of Central Health Partners Child Development Team, will highlight the changes the teenage brain experiences and how this will impact how we interact, teach, and work with teenagers and young adults. He will also explain how video and computer games entice and motivate teenagers from a neurological perspective. John will discuss how parents can work collaboratively with their teenagers to reduce ‘game time’.
Date & Time: Tuesday 16 June 7.00-8.00pm, followed by Q&A.
Venue: The Black Box Theatre, Discovery College.
Open to the public.
Admission free but space is limited so please email firstname.lastname@example.org now to reserve your seats.
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