|Pinky McKay – Sleep, Love & Your Baby’s Brain||10:35am-11:15am|
|Australian Breastfeeding Association – Breastfeeding Information Session||11:25am-11:50am|
|Jo Ryan – Important diet advice during a child’s crucial weening |
Sophie Cachia (Sunday only)
|Red Nose – Safe Sleeping||1:05pm-1:30pm|
|Child Revive – Managing a Choking Emergency at Home||1:40pm-2:05pm|
|Pinky McKay – Toddler Tactics||2:15pm-3:05pm|
Pinky McKay is Australia’s most recognized and respected breastfeeding expert and gentle parenting advocate.
Best-selling baby sleep author, Pinky Mckay presents a ‘not to be missed’ seminar for both parents and health professionals!
In this seminar, Pinky exmaines the latest evidence, busts common baby sleep myths, and offers gentle options to encourage infant sleep and settling that also promote a secure parent-infant bond, optimum brain and emotional development and successful breast-feeding.
If you are worried or just wondering: what should we expect? What might be keeping our baby awake? How can we help our baby (and us) get more sleep without tears? Then you won’t want to miss this informative seminar.
Toddler Tactics – Making Magic from Mayhem.
Your biddable baby has now become a moving, grooving tot with attitude, and the changes this entails can be confusing to you and your child.
Pinky McKay is a mother of five, internationally certified Lactation Consultant, author of bestselling Toddler Tactics and popular media guest. Breathe a sigh of relief in this informative talk designed to help you unravel all your toddler woes as Pinky shows you how to make magic from mayhem
Pinky offers a simple, fuss-free approach to enjoying what she calls, ‘this magical state of develop.’ She says, “toddlers often get a ‘bad rap’ and we hear a lot about ‘managing behaviour’ or various forms of punishment to train them to behave, but toddlers are little people who deserve to be treated with empathy and consideration for their capacity to learn.
Learn practical strategies that you can adapt right now to help you unleash your child’s natural potential to be happy, bright and sociable without too many tears and tantrums (for you, as well as your child!)