CARE of Southeastern Michigan Parenting Conference in Clinton Township

The 25th annual CARE of Southeastern Michigan Parenting Conference returns to Clinton Township on March 7, 2020, with workshops and presentations for parents and caregivers.

Parents who are looking to reign in their kids, understand their teen’s behavior or get information on number of other parenting topics don’t want to miss the 25th annual CARE of Southeastern Michigan Parenting conference.

This year’s event happens 8 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Saturday, March 7, 2020, at Macomb Intermediate School District in Clinton Township and features more than 20 workshops for parents and caregivers of kids of all ages along with representatives from a variety of local parenting resources.

There will also be presentations on all kinds of parenting topics like raising non-violent children, emotional wellness, raising body confident kids, how to calm chaos and keeping kids from vaping; plus some for parents raising kids with special needs and autism and more than 35 vendors on site.

Interested in attending the conference? Tickets are on sale now and cost $40/person. Parents must register in advance through CARE of Southeastern Michigan’s website.

For more information on the 25th annual CARE of Southeastern Michigan Parenting Conference, or for details on other family fun things to do this weekend in metro Detroit and Ann Arbor, visit the Metro Parent calendar.

This post was originally published in 2017 and is updated regularly. 

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