RSVP by Aug 3, to allow time to ship the activity supplies.
The Washington University NF Center and St. Louis Children’s Hospital invite you to attend our upcoming Club NF – VIRTUAL event, a FREE therapy and educational program for children with NF1.
Join us onSaturday, August 7,for a virtual field trip to theKatmai National Park and Preservein King Salmon, Alaska. We will have a Ranger Talk from a Ranger who lives and works in the park during our field trip and learn about the bears and salmon that live along the Brooks River. After our Ranger talk, our Club NF Physical Therapist will guide us through some Junior Ranger and STEM crafts and activities. The activities will target and promote the development of the following skills often delayed in children with NF1:
- Fine motor skills including handwriting, tying shoes, getting dressed, and organizing a school binder
- Executive function skills such as following multiple step directions,
and finishing homework and school projects
- Social Skills to enable your child to speak in a group, initiate
conversation, make eye contact, and boost confidence
Saturday, August 7, 2021, from 10:00 am – 11:30 am
Virtual, Via Zoom Link
- This event will be held virtually, via a Zoom Meeting.
- To participate in the program you will need a computer with video capability and an internet connection, or a smartphone.
- Activities include:
- Ranger Talk
- Junior Ranger and STEM crafts and activities
- Zoom Meeting: Code of Conduct
- Treat everyone with respect. Be mindful of your words and actions.
- Pay attention to your environment. Remove any distractions from view and limit background noise.
- One speaker at a time. Take turns when you talk.
- Follow instructions of the presenter, or meeting coordinator.
- We request parental supervision of the zoom meeting attendee throughout the meeting.
- Please don’t record or take images of your screen during the session.
- Parents, please review all guidelines with Club NF participants, prior to our meeting.