Come Celebrate GRANDparents Week!


Come celebrate GRANDparents Week with Grandparent’s Academy!

The GRAND family is proud to announce this special event GrandparentsAcademy.com (recently featured as one of the top 25 resources for grandparents in our most recent issue of GRAND Magazine) is hosting for grandparents!

For an entire week in September, GrandparentsAcademy.com is bringing you interviews with over a dozen industry experts who have tons of valuable advice to share with you about growing meaningful relationships and rich legacies with grandchildren.

Here’s a link to claim your complimentary General Admission ticket:

 

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Topics include…

– Nurturing strong relationships with grandchildren from a distance – How to L.O.V.E. your grandchild’s parents

– Cultivating a spiritual legacy

– Overcoming grandparent alienation & estrangement

– Creating a photo legacy

– Cooking healthy with grandchildren

– Teaching digital device safety

– Instilling problem solving skills

…and much, MUCH more!

This is an event you’re not going to want to miss! Afraid you can’t “be there”? Don’t worry!

A Week long VIRTUAL online conference!

You don’t have to travel – we bring the interviews to you! They’ll be broadcast over the web, so you can watch from the comfort of home.

Also, it doesn’t cost anything to attend.

You can watch every speaker’s interview until the last day on Saturday, September 17.

See the speaker lineup and grab your ticket here:

https://training.grandparentsacademy.com/a/2147518140/MvXFsFT7

Mark the calendar — Grandparents Day is coming! The holiday, designed to celebrate the connections we share with older generations, is commemorated on the first Sunday after Labor Day each year.

For more on the history of Grandparents Day – click here

When is Grandparents Day?

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In 1978, the United States Congress passed legislation proclaiming the first Sunday after Labor Day as National Grandparents Day, said Donna Butts, the executive director of Generations United, an organization that focuses on intergenerational strategies. President Jimmy Carter signed the proclamation that began the observation.

“It was a little known holiday until 2012, when Generations United began spearheading an annual campaign to encourage all generations to ‘Do Something Grand’ and engage with another generation on Grandparents Day,” Butts told TODAY Parents.

Grandparents Day is not a federal holiday.

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