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Sneak Peek of What to Expect at the 92nd Street Y Parenting Conference Next Week

Tuesday, February 5th, 2013

We’re less than one week away from the 92nd Street Y Parenting Conference, where experts will gather to discuss some of the most prevalent parenting issues moms and dads face today.

One of parents’ top concerns involves raising children in a digital world. Dr. Michael Thompson, a best-selling author and international speaker, is one of the conference’s panelists — watch below to see what he says about controlling your child’s digital interactions:

And don’t forget: Parents and American Baby editor in chief, Dana Points, will also host a roundtable discussion and Q&A with Thompson and the other panelists after they have spoken. Tickets for the event can be purchased on 92y.org but if you are unable to attend, watch a live webcast of the conference on Parents.com.

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Mark Your Calendars for the 92nd Street Y Parenting Conference

Wednesday, January 30th, 2013

What do you really need to know as a parent?

On February 11, five experts will host presentations on a slew of topics at the 92nd Street Y’s Parenting Conference to answer that question. Topics aimed to help moms and dads meet today’s parenting challenges include: language learning and literacy, parental anxiety, and raising independent children.

Parents and American Baby editor-in-chief Dana Points will then host a roundtable discussion and Q&A with the panelists. On February 12, parents can also join experts for an intimate Q&A breakfast.

If you live in the New York City area, consider attending! Interested participants can find more information about the conference, register, and buy tickets on the site. Parents can also follow the 92Y Parenting livestream video on 92y.org or the webcast on Parents.com. Be sure to check out the live updates on Twitter via #92YParenting, as well.

For a sneak peek, watch Dr. Michael Thompson, a best-selling author, international speaker, and one of the conference’s panelists, talk about controlling your child’s digital interactions:

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