Dear Howie and Karen,
Thank you again for your presentation and display at our provincial conference for Aboriginal Head Start, Canadian Prenatal Nutrition, and Community Action Program for Children programs. You will see that people got a lot from your presentation. We were fortunate to be able to have you present.
Acting Director of Communications
Frog Hollow Neighbourhood House
Attendee: This presentation was really good, it was really nice to learn (about my husband) what I already knew. This is not a criticism by any means, I guess I am left-brain. I could feel increased heart rate, symptoms of stress (sweaty palms, anxiety feelings) with presentation because it was bouncy back & forth (like my husband can get) and it felt scattered. There were the 4 of you, the screen, Howie & Karen, participants all going back and forth, back and forth. It felt like watching a tennis game. However, this being said you were very prepared, very knowledgeable and the info good. I do the Nobody's Perfect and even in my family visits I incorporate different learning styles, as I have always believed everyone learns different. So nice to learn the importance of recognizing that it is so important in the learning and frustration in children.