Presented by Dr. Todd Roach, D.C. and
Occupational Therapist Francesca Knedlhans, MS, OTR/L.
This symposium will focus on solid nutritional and therapeutic
action families can take if they have a child who is experiencing
any number of challenges including: being a picky eater, having a
short temper, problems with bowel regulation, separation anxiety,
social issues, headaches, lack of organization skills, difficulty
with tactile feelings, poor sleeping habits and more.
This special exhibit features the Apatosaurus, one of the
largest land animals that ever existed. View an Apatosaurus
skull and leg bones, see how you measure up to an Apatosaurus leg
and footprint, touch a fossilized dinosaur bone and coprolite and
Includes hands-on elements that teach children about the
role of transportation in their lives. The exhibit includes an auto
repair shop, a train station with caboose, flight simulator and
airplane cockpit, wind tunnel, and bicycles on stands. The exhibit
will also help develop map-reading skills, teach the elements of
flight, and help children recognize street signs. In addition, a
G-scale model train will run above the children's department desk
all year. The exhibit also includes information on energy
efficient ways to travel.
With small solar lights to guide their way, hikers, skiers and
snowshoers traverse the Solar Lit Trails at Pleasant Valley,
Woodstock (half mile beginner loop) or Hickory Grove Highlands,
Cary (1 mile intermediate loop).