Learning how to love yourself begins with discovering how to accept who you are and who God created you to be. In order to do this you have to stop feeling dissatisfied with all the things you are NOT and start to learn about all the things you ARE! This is a process and it is a wonderful, liberating journey. Learn some practical things you can do every day to help you being to fall in love with you.
Kaleo is a Christain charity that always provides prayer after the speaker is finished, for anyone who would like to stay for that offering. Not mandatory. No judgement.
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Experience Kaleo & Early Childhood Development Support Services (ECDSS) have teamed up to bring you the Kids Have Stress Too!® workshop. This FREE evening is designed to help parents/grandparents/caregivers understand childhood stress and some practical tools to help manage it.
Experience Kaleo is a Christian charity whose aim is to give back to our community and help build connections. We believe this evening will be worthwhile in building strong families & community. Please join us.
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ECDSS facilitators are certified by The Psychology Foundation of Canada to provide the Kids Have Stress Too!® Learning Resource. This session is designed to support parents in the promotion of effective social-emotional development and stress management techniques to parents of young children. The material is grounded in the science of early childhood and brain development and is sensitive to the day-to-day realities of both early learning and care settings and home environments.
- Describe stress and its impact on health and learning from a child’s perspective
- Discuss awareness of own stressors and coping mechanisms
- List signs and symptoms of stress in children as well as practical techniques for coping with it
- Discuss strategies which create less stressful program and home environments by promoting self-regulation
Join the faith community of St. Albert in celebrating and honouring St. Albert’s city’s leaders and first responders.
Guest speaker Jesse Lispcombe was named the 2017 “Community Man of the Year ” by Diversity Magazine for his commitnment to local charities and for the #MakeItAwkward campaign. Jesse and his wife Julia launched #MakeItAwkward to combat racism and hatred in all its forms. Jesse is a born and raised St. Albertan. He is an actor, producer, entrepreneur, activist, husband, and father. He is passionate about communities creating environments where all people can thrive.
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Kaleo will be holding a Kick Off BBQ for you, your family and friends!
We will have Rachel from Fabulous Face’s doing face painting, there will be games, hot dogs, hamburgers, popsicles & more!
WHERE: Lions Park, 21 Sir Winston Churchill Ave, St. Albert
WHEN: 5pm – 7pm
PLEASE: Go to our FB Page and RSVP by leaving a COMMENT with number of those attending (Me, my husband and 2 kids = 4) & Food preferences for each person – Hot Dog vs. Burger
If you know a new mom or a momma who’s at her wits end ready to surrender, THIS is the perfect time to introduce her to the Kaleo family as Chantell from Kaleo Play will be on hand to share more information on the fun year ahead!
We are looking forward to meeting some new faces, reconnecting after a beautiful summer with some old faces and growing our love tribe.
Can’t wait to see you all there!