Finding Balance in a Technological Age: Supporting Personal Growth for Children and Parents

Saturday, May  6   3 – 5 pm
$35 preregistered / $45 at the door
With Nabha and Radhika Cosley from Ananda Village

An exploration of how to balance technology in the lives of parents and children — with an eye towards helping young people achieve their full potential.  Workshop includes an interactive section for the whole family. Children 11 years and older are invited to attend with parents. 

You’ll hear recent research and advice from educators and parents at Ananda about:

– How much screen time is OK, and at what ages
– Simple guidelines you can give children (including teenagers) and even use yourself
– A look at likely challenges in coming years, as technology finds its way into new areas of our lives

Nabha and Radhika Cosley

About Nabha and Radhika Cosley

Nabha and Radhika live at Ananda Village, where they run Ananda.org, answer spiritual questions of people who write to Ananda for support, and serve on Ananda’s Communications Team. Nabha moved to Ananda Village in 2004 from Seattle, where he was living at an Ananda community there. Radhika first came to Ananda in 2010, moving there soon after from Encinitas, where she was studying psychology. Nabha and Radhika love helping others to find balanced relationships with technology, which is a crucial part of their service to Ananda. They see how essential it is to sharing ideas with a large audience, and yet have learned from experience the need for creating strong, healthy boundaries with their devices. They have offered classes on spirituality and technology as far away as New Zealand.
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