Captivating audiences over 250 times per year to sell out events in New Zealand, Australia & Internationally, renowned neuroscience educator, Nathan Wallis brings his talk "The Developing Brain - The Big Picture" to Bucklands Beach, Auckland.
Nathan Wallis provides an informative narrative on how our day-to-day interactions with children and young people, significantly the early years, plays a critical role in defining later outcomes for our children and for our future.
With a profound reputation as a lively and engaging speaker, Nathan uses humour and plain language to make this complex topic burst into life. So, here’s your chance to get all the latest research from a valid source, in a way that’s made to make sense.
In this presentation, Nathan will guide you through the stages of brain development that happen across childhood, which is a lot longer than you think. Nathan will reveal little tricks to make parenting easier, and help you open up communication with your child in a way that actually gets them to listen, develop & grow, and even like you more!
You will walk away understanding how yours and your child’s brain work, so you know that a lot of it is normal development and not in fact your fault – Phew!
This talk is for those parents or caregivers who want a quick snapshot of brain development. Now don’t worry about not being able to understand it! While Nathan has all the qualifications and academic creed, he comes from a background of being a foster child, father of three, grandfather of two and foster parent to many. His unique “tell you how it is” style will have you captivated, and you will walk away jam-packed with “ah-ha” moments.
Don’t miss out on this opportunity to hear Nathan Wallis speak. Get in quick as this event will sell out.
Note: At the beginning of each presentation, because there are always first-time participants, Nathan will recap on the stages of neuro-sequential brain development. This will take 15 minutes.
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