Program Guide Winter/Spring 2018

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REGISTER ONLINE: 125 General Kidpower Safety (age 3–5 w/parent) Kidpower, a non-profi t global leader in personal safety and empowerment education, is known worldwide for their positive, practical, and age-appropriate programs. In this class, kids and adults learn powerful social safety skills through storytelling, puppets, and fun, interactive role- plays. Parent/guardian is required to attend the class. Location: Herbert C. Young Community Center Instructor: Kidpower Fees: $35(R) $46(N) (1 class) 109334 Sat Feb 3 11 a.m.–12:30 p.m. 109335 Sat Apr 7 11 a.m.–12:30 p.m. Little Medical School (age 5–10) This class brings medicine, science, and the importance of health to children in a fun and entertaining way! Children will learn as they dress up like doctors, use medical instruments, and discover how the body works. Through hands-on demonstrations, crafts, and games, children are actively engaged as they explore the world of medicine. Location: Herbert C. Young Community Center Instructor: Little Medical School Inc. Fees: $113(R) $143(N) (6 classes) FUTURE PEDIATRICIANS Using successful role-playing techniques, students will assume the role of a pediatrician and learn how to hold the baby, perform an exam just like a real doctor, and more. 109914 Thu Jan 11–Feb 15 6–7 p.m. SPORTS MEDICINE Come explore the exciting world of sports medicine with your white coat and refl ex hammer and learn how real doctors do an assessment for sports injuries. Learn about common problems from playing sports—such as sprains, strains, and athlete's foot—and how to diagnosis and treat them. 109913 Thu Feb 22–Mar 29 6–7 p.m. Location: Middle Creek Community Center DOCTOR'S BAG, HEART, LUNGS, AND MORE! In this course, students will learn how to use a stethoscope, listen to their heartbeats, and suture like a real surgeon. 110679 Thu Jan 25–Mar 1 6–7 p.m. EYES, EARS, CPR AND MORE! In this course, students will learn basic anatomy/ physiology of the eyes and ears and how to perform CPR and the Heimlich maneuver. 110680 Thu Mar 8–Apr 12 6–7 p.m. c Special Interests Look for unique classes for a variety of interests offered just for you! • Dec 4 for Cary residents • Dec 18 for nonresidents That's when registration begins for the next session. Registration remains open until the event is full. See page 177 for complete details and additional information. MARK YOUR CALENDAR! MARK YOUR CALENDAR! MARK YOUR CALENDAR!

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