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Every Child Event — Seattle

Lecture with Chris McCurry, Ph.D., and resource fair for atypical learners

Published on: November 16, 2017

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Join us for our annual Every Child Event, focusing on children with learning differences and special needs. This year's event features a special lecture on childhood anxiety and ADHD plus FREE resource fair!

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Childhood Anxiety and ADHD: A Whole Family Approach

Author and clinical psychologist, Chris McCurry, Ph.D., provides problem-solving techniques and strategies for helping your child overcome anxiety while recognizing your own. Learn the science of anxiety and ADHD as well as tips and tools for creating a healthy parent-child relationship.

Thursday, October 19, 2017
7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
University of Washington

Every Child Resource Fair

Prior to the lecture, join us at our FREE Every Child Resource Fair! Come learn from experts who focus on the many categories of atypical learners.

FREE passes to the Pacific Science Center for the first 100 attendees at the Resource Fair!

Thursday, October 19, 2017
5 to 7 p.m.
University of Washington

 Thank you to our sponsors!

Seattle Children's Logo

The Medical Center at Pro Sports Club

Hallowell Todaro Center

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Every Child Resource Fair Sponsors and Vendors:

Aspiring Youth

Dartmoor School

Eastside Catholic School 

Eaton Arrowsmith Academy

Family Psychological Services of Kirkland


Hallowell Todaro ADHD Center

Hamlin Robinson School

Heritage Christian Academy

Morningside Academy

Motivate to Thrive

Root Academy

Seattle Children's Hospital

The Medical Center – Counseling at PRO Sports Club


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