The children that are coming to our schools and classrooms present with unique learning styles and challenges. Adam Blanning, Eliazabeth Sustick, and Lynn Aaberg recognize these challenges from their practice and their classroom. We are quite excited to share that Adam Blanning, MD and Elizabeth Sustick, RN will be presenting on supporting children’s healthy development. In addition, Lynn Aaberg, classroom teacher, will share practical therapeutic techniques that can be used for a whole class to enhance their ability to learn in a classroom setting.
Friday, October 11, 2019 6:30 PM || Adam Blanning, MD || Supporting Children’s Healthy Development ||Free to the public
Saturday, October 12, 2019 8:30-11:30 AM || Lynn Aaberg || Therapeutic Work in the Classroom || $35
Educators have observed that many children present with challenges that compromise classroom learning. In this workshop we will explore various form drawing, painting, and movement activities that can be used for a whole class to enhance their ability to learn in a classroom setting.
Saturday, October 12, 2019 1:00-5:15 PM || Adam Blanning, MD and Eliazbeth Sustick, RN || $65
Attend the whole conference lunch included: $110
To Register: https://tinyurl.com/WISCMC
Adam Blanning MD has practiced integrative and anthroposophic family medicine for the last sixteen years in Denver, Colorado. He is president of the Association for Anthroposophic Medicine and Therapies in America (AAMTA), and directs the postgraduate physician training programs for Anthroposophic Medicine in the U.S. He sits on the international accreditation panel for Physician’s training programs, and has served as a WHO expert on physicians’ training in Anthroposophic Medicine. Dr. Blanning lectures and teaches both nationally and internationally on topics relating to integrative medicine, with a special interest in holistic approaches for developmental and behavioral challenges in children. He is the author of Understanding Deeper Developmental Needs
Elizabeth Sustick, RN is a board-certified registered nurse.
She is certified as a specialist in Anthroposophic Nursing and Rhythmical Einreibung, is active in teaching nationally and internationally and is working in a private practice.
Post graduate study includes natural foods cooking, Rhythmical Massage, EC education, Rhythmical Einreibung and Anthroposophic Nursing.
Elizabeth is Vice President, Association for Anthroposophic Medicine and Therapies in America (AAMTA) and the North American Anthroposophic Nurses Association (NAANA) and a board member of International Council of Anthroposophic Nurses Association ( ICANA)
She is the mother of 3 adult children and 4 grandchildren and with her husband the co-owner of Paul and Elizabeth’s Restaurant since 1978.
Lynn Aaberg has been a student of Waldorf education and anthroposophy for the past 25 years. While teaching in the past 18 years, Lynn recognized, through her classroom experience, the significant impact the Waldorf curriculum has on students. Lynn is certified in Orton Gillingham reading instruction and is currently working on an educational support certification through Association for Healing Education.
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