Park Ridge Health Education Series offers advice and resources for talking to your maturing daughter

On September 26, parents are invited to join Park Ridge Health Obstetrics & Gynecology board-certified Nurse Practitioner, Cherie Ledford, ANP-C, for a Free seminar that will address many of the questions that come with parenting a maturing daughter. Photo courtesy of Park Ridge Health
On September 26, parents are invited to join Park Ridge Health Obstetrics & Gynecology board-certified Nurse Practitioner, Cherie Ledford, ANP-C, for a Free seminar that will address many of the questions that come with parenting a maturing daughter. Photo courtesy of Park Ridge Health

Press release from Park Ridge Health:

Finding ways to connect with tween and teenage children is a challenge for every parent, especially when the conversation involves their health. Park Ridge Health wants to make sure you have the information and tools you need to have these conversations that are vital to your family’s health and wellness journey.

On September 26, parents are invited to join Park Ridge Health Obstetrics & Gynecology board-certified Nurse Practitioner, Cherie Ledford, ANP-C, for a Free Park Ridge Health Education Series seminar that will address many of the questions that come with parenting a maturing daughter.

She will share information on when and why young women should see a gynecologist, and advice on how to best answer questions concerning sexuality, body changes, menstruation, healthy lifestyles and much more.  This will be a family-friendly event and parents are welcome to bring their daughters to the seminar.

Park Ridge Health Education Series Free Seminar:
Advice and Resources for Talking to Your Maturing Daughter
Tuesday, September 26
6-7 p.m.
Park Ridge Health South Asheville, Second Floor
15 Skyland Inn Drive, Arden, NC

Light refreshments will be served.

Space is limited so please call to reserve your spot.
Sign up by calling 855.PRH.LIFE (855.774.5433) or visit PRHevents.com

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