San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
NNTD is a national effort to bring together nannies and caregivers in cities across the country. In the past, over 1000 nannies have gathered to learn, network and gain personal and professional growth from industry experts, leading instructors, authors and teachers.
ADCAN is proud to host the third annual National Nanny Training Day for nannies and caregivers in the metro DC area.
8:30 am - 9:00 am
Registration, Opening Remarks
9:00 am - 10:00 am
10:15 am - 11:15 am
11:30 am - 12:30 pm
12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
1:45 pm - 2:45 pm
2:45 pm - 3:00 pm
Prizes, Closing Remarks, Certificates
Michelle Winters, SleepWell Sleep Solutions will discuss with us Gentle Methods for Improving Sleep at Any Age
Does all the sleep information out there overwhelm you?
Do you want a gentle and respectful solution to your child’s problem?
Michelle will answer your questions and provide useful information for caregivers and parents.
Meghan Leahy, Parent Coach will present on the Nanny / Parent Relationship, specifically all working together as a family unit in caring for the children. This workshop will discuss how nannies and parents can be on the same page when it comes to issues with the children and the job.
Debra Dennis, Healthy Nannies 4 Healthy Kids / Indigo Lifestyle Solutions will discuss with us the relation between food and food allergies, behavior and learning in children.
Food, Mood and Behavior
Debra Dennis, Founder
Healthy Nannies 4 Healthy Kids™
a division of Indigo Lifestyle Solutions
All children behave in a less than desirable manner every now and then. It's normal for children to act up when they can't have their favorite toy or when they just need a nap. However, if behavioral problems disrupt both classroom and home time and the child you care for just seems all-around miserable, it may be time to look into the hidden cause of behavioral problems.
This presentation will help you demystify the common foods that trigger mood and behavioral challenges in children. You will walk away with knowledge and tools to support you in making a sustainable difference in these children’s lives, yours and those around them.
Raising "I Can" Kids : A child's "I Can Quotient" is a more important indicator of being able to thrive in life than the traditional IQ. Attendees will learn strategies to increase a child's sense of feeling connected, capable, competent and courageous!
Patti Cancellier is a certified Parent Educator and the Education Director of the Parent Encouragement Program, a nonprofit parenting education organization in the Washington area. She has been teaching parenting classes for PEP for over 20 years and has been giving talks in the community at schools, community centers and workplaces for 18 years. She has a Masters in Public Health in health education, but her most important credential for teaching parenting is that she has raised a daughter and a son to adulthood.
Sponsored in part by White House Nannies
- each attendee will receive a gift certificate towards Healthy Nannies 4 Healthy Kids Training Class.
There will be prizes including:
Nanny Magazine Digital One Year Subscription (Value $21)
Lilac Georgetown Laptop Tote Bag (value $250)
INA Nanny Membership + INA Cookbook (Value $55)
DEMA Nanny Membership (value $75)
Nannypalooza Conference Registration (value $125)
Nannypalooza prize package including gift certificate to host hotel.
ADCAN is proud to support The Reading Connection. Attendees can bring books to donate to the children of The Reading Connection.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Are there refunds? No refunds will be offered.
Dress code? Casual dress - jeans, tshirts, are acceptable. We recommend bringing a light sweater or sweatshirt in case it is cool.
Do you need to bring the printed ticket? We will be checking people in when they arrive. You do not need to bring the printed ticket with you.
Contact? Should you need to reach someone day of event, please contact Kellie, event coordinator 240-477-2818. Please leave a message if you reach voice mail.
Parking? Yes, there is parking, however we do recommend carpooling as space is limited.
** We will be taking photos during the event for use on ADCAN Social Media, website, newsletter and blog. By attending this event, you consent to having your picture taken and shared online. Note ... we will not tag anyone without permission, nor will be identify you by full name.
When & Where
ADCAN ~ Association of DC Area Nannies
ADCAN is very proud to be the longest running nanny support group in the country. We strive to bring educational and social opportunities to all our members. We hold monthly meetings, monthly social events and Nanny Night Out. Our members get involved in community volunteering, and we publish a bi-monthly newsletter to keep our readers informed of current happenings in the DC metro area and the nanny industry. We invite you to explore our website to learn more about us! New members are always welcome.