Wednesday, June 1, 7:00 to 8:30 p.m.
JCC, Owings Mills
The the Jewish Community Center, The Nikki Perlow Foundation will present "It can happen to anyone...recognize the hidden signs that your teen may be involved with drugs or alcohol" on Wednesday, June 1 at 7:00 p.m..
At this event, you can learn the warning signs, how to talk to your teen about drugs, and learn about this critically vunerable time in your child's development.
This is a not to be missed opportunity to hear from highly respected, industry export, Beth Kane Davidson, who has more than thirty-five years experience in the addiction treatment field, working with young people and parents to evaluate and address concerns involving alcohol and drugs.
Beth is recognized throughout the region for her expertise and leadership in alcohol and substance abuse treatment, and prevention education. This is a rare and important opportunity to learn from the pro.
Admission is free but seating is limited. Please reserve your seat at nikkiperlowfoundation.org/
Wednesday, April 27, 7:00 p.m.Please RSVP to www.parkschool.net/fournier
ABOUT THE BOOK, LOVE THAT BOY: A uniquely personal story that delves into the causes and costs of outsized parental expectations. What we want for our children—popularity, normalcy, achievement, genius—and what they truly need—grit, empathy, character—are explored by National Journal’s Ron Fournier, who weaves his extraordinary journey to acceptance around the latest research on childhood development and stories of other loving-but-struggling parents.
ABOUT RON FOURNIER: Ron is Senior Political Columnist for National Journal and a frequent contributor on political-themed TV shows, including NBC's "Meet the Press," CBS's "Face The Nation," FOX News Special Report and MSNBC's "Morning Joe." He began his family and career in Arkansas, covering then Governor Bill Clinton before moving to Washington in 1993, where he covered politics and the presidency during the administrations of Clinton, George W. Bush, and Barack Obama. Fournier also served as a fellow at the Harvard Institute of Politics, where he co-wrote the New York Times bestseller Applebee's America. He holds the Society of Professional Journalists' Sigma Delta Chi Award for coverage of the 2000 elections, and he is a four-time winner of the prestigious White House Correspondents' Association Merriman Smith Memorial Award.