Tuesday, TBA, 2-3:00 pm
Coffee Talk with Dr. Sue Have you wondered how your little one perceives and is making sense of the world around them? Enjoy a cup of delicious coffee with Dr. Sue, Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology at Northwestern University. Bring your cognitive development questions and learn about how you can become involved in research at Northwestern’s Infant Cognition Lab. Sue Hespos is a cognitive psychologist specializing in change and continuity in cognitive abilities throughout human development. She strives to improve our understanding of fundamental aspects of cognition through research on object representation, number concept, and the neural mechanisms of perception. Her primary interest is to study core perceptual and conceptual capacities that are common to everyone and to learn how these abilities are influenced by language. The National Science Foundation funds her research. She is an avid bicyclist and loves Chicago because there are endless new, cool restaurants to try.
EVERY Tuesday, 12:00-1:00 pm in the Nest
Newborn to 9 months Meet Up! Offered in conjunction with the Evanston Families of Babies and Toddlers. Meet other local parents for free play with your little ones.
Friday, January TBA, 11:00-noon
Benefits of Essential Oils with Myriam Come learn how to revamp your medicine cabinet for the health of your entire family. Learn about natural remedies based in the use of essential oils to keep your family free of chemicals used in many over the counter drugs. This month Myriam will be offering guests a free 2 minute light massage with essential oils, aromatouch, created by Dr. David Hill the Executive Chief Medical Officer of doTERRA. Myriam Borrayo is a wife and mother of 4 adorable little ones. She loves sharing how to support the health of mamas and babies through the use of natural, essential oil based remedies.