Inceptive will be hosting talks, group sessions and parent-child workshops to help parents hear directly from the early childhood experts like pediatricians, psychologists, speech therapists, educators and researchers.
Our picture book story-time event on June 16, 2018, was a fun and lively session with stories, fingerplays, and songs. It was co-hosted by Little Eden Preschool and led by David Howd, a retired children’s librarian.
Thank you to the families who participated in the event and donated wonderful children’s books. We donated these books to The Healthy Generations Project at Potrero Public Housing in San Francisco.
Most parents have questions about the use of media and technology — what, when and how to use educational apps and products. So we’ve decided to start a series of Inceptive events where parents can connect with experts and learn about new educational apps. We hosted our first event in this series on March 17, 2018 at Hax San Francisco.
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We hosted our first webinar on pediatric health – flat head syndrome on March 3, 2018.
Flat head syndrome or plagiocephaly is a common but treatable and preventable disorder in infants. Inceptive was fortunate to have a very accomplished pediatric neurosurgeon from Brazil conduct a webinar on this topic. For those who couldn’t attend, please see the video here. We hope you find it informative.
*Note: The goal of this webinar is to raise general awareness among parents and not offer advice on individual cases. The treatments and preventive measures discussed here are based on scientific evidence and best practices. However, if you have any questions about appropriate care for your child, please discuss them with your pediatrician.
We hosted our first free event, Help your child thrive (a parent-infant workshop) for a small group of first time parents on December 2, 2017 in San Francisco, CA.
This interactive workshop was be led by an experienced Montessori educator, Françoise Sansoni. Françoise demonstrated simple activities that stimulate physical, language, and cognitive skills for infants aged 3 months – 7 months. Read Françoise blog to find out more!
Inceptive hosts workshops and webinars where parents can hear directly from the early childhood experts like pediatricians, psychologists, and educators.
Our community forum fosters dialogue between experts and savvy parents like you. Community members also get to register for our events before we open them up for the general public.
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