The Seeds Project presents a fantastic evening with Maggie Dent as she provides insight into Real Kids in an Unreal World: Building Resilience and Self-esteem in Today's Children (10 Resilience Building Blocks).

Are you worried, confused or concerned about parenting in today's chaotic world?

Children need to have certain basic experiences to build the competencies that will help them manage life - the good, the bad and the ugly. Maggie has developed a common-sense, practical model of 10 building blocks that will reassure parents that what we have always known to be important in the early years of a child's life is still important. This seminar will offer you practical, common-sense ideas and strategies to make small changes in your home, which will make a big difference to your child's cognitive, physical, psychological, emotional and social health later in life. 

Commonly known as the "queen of common sense", Maggie Dent has become one of Australia's favourite parenting authors and educators, with a particular interest in the early years, adolescence and resilience. Her bestselling book, Real Kids in an Unreal World, guides parents in raising children who are happy, healthy, strong, kind and resilient. 

Date: Thursday 8 November 2018
Time: 7:00pm to 9:00pm
Cost: $20.00 per person
Who: All are welcome.
Where: Victoria Morgan Arts Centre (VMAC)
              John Wollaston Anglican Community School
              Centre Road, Camillo, WA 6111

Contact Details:
Karen Ayres
Policy and Programs Coordinator

Contact Form
Maggie Dent presents Real Kids in an Unreal World

Make a booking, click below

Resend tickets to your email address.

Contact the event organiser.

You can review the event organiser's terms and conditions here.

Maggie Dent presents Real Kids in an Unreal World

Contact name: Karen Ayres

Contact phone: 9495 8121

Your name is required. Your name contains invalid characters.
Message is required.

You can review the event organiser's terms and conditions here.

If you can't find your tickets, click here.

Your email has been sent.

The organiser will be sent the details of this message.


Sorry, there appears to have been an error. Please try again later.