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Bright Horizons to present Parent Webinar Series

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As a way to connect with families of young children, Bright Horizons has created the Parent Webinar Series. Exploring topics from toilet training, to reading, to social responsibility, we have reached out to thousands of families and shared our expertise.

We are happy to announce our next parent webinar: Good Nights, Great Days: How to Help the Whole Family Get Some Sleep

Wednesday, February 13, 2013, 8 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. EST

Once you got past the infant stage, did you think your child would peacefully sleep through the night? Is your child giving up naps before he’s ready to? Ready to stop co-sleeping but don’t know how? And how in the world are you going to get through the upcoming time change?

Grab a cup of coffee and join Dr. Craig Canapari, MD, pediatrician specializing in the care of children with sleep and breathing problems at Massachusetts General Hospital for Children to find out how to get your children to go to sleep and stay asleep. He will answer many of your questions on sleep — or lack thereof and provide tips and strategies for giving your whole family a good night’s sleep.

Registrants of this webinar will receive two special offers. — one from our friends at Barefoot Books, the children’s publisher known for their imaginative, colorful, fun books, including many beloved bedtime stories and the other from Gunamuna, creators of the GUNAPOD wearable blanket featuring the 4 zip all around WONDERZiP.

In addition, 20 lucky webinar attendees will receive a lovely bedtime storybook provided by Barefoot Books.

To register for this webinar, please visit http://event.on24.com/r.htm?e=556750&s=1&k=D913C346EB5BDBAC2757069722D1BD51&partnerref=Woodinvillenews.


Presenter biography:

Dr. Craig Canapari, M.D., is a pediatrician at Massachusetts General Hospital for Children in Boston specializing in the care of children with breathing and sleep problems.

He‘s also the medical director of the Pediatric Sleep Laboratory at Massachusetts Eye and Ear Institute.

He lives outside Boston with his wife and their two little boys, who are ages 5 years and 2 years old respectively. Once his first son was born he realized that there is sometimes a gulf between textbook “perfect” parenting, and what actually works in the real world.

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