Discover a Unique Saturday at the Paul-Bert Neighborhood Center in Saint-Martin-d’Heres

The place of the screens is a real subject of reflection. Prevention and support for the youngest faced with its demands mobilize the entire population, young and old, professionals and amateurs alike. As for several years, the interprofessional health center of Saint-Martin-d’Hères organizes “A Saturday to see differently”. This event will be organized on Saturday March 25 at the Paul-Bert neighborhood centre. This interprofessional collective of the medical world offers a coherent project of information and reflections based on playful, constructive and positive activities around the questions raised by the presence of screens in the daily life of older and younger people today.

Together, parents, adults and professionals aim to find the right distance in use. It is with this objective that all Martinérois are invited to share a pleasant moment on Saturday March 25 from 9 am at the Paul-Bert neighborhood centre.

From 9:30 am to 11 am, a “listening games” workshop will offer a concert to experience a moment of musical curiosity with the family. Other workshops will be offered until 5:30 p.m. such as “Story time” for toddlers, or “digital screens or paper screens?” in partnership with the media libraries, a “motor skills course” workshop, creative workshops, workshops to raise awareness of tastes, a workshop to discover make-up and eccentric hairstyles, board games will also be offered as well as an introduction to zumba but also origami. Among the many activities offered during this day, an exhibition on the theme “Screens and health, the right balance”.

As a preview of the various events of March 25 and in order to retrace the history of the screens, old cinema projectors will be presented by volunteer parents at the Paul Bert neighborhood house this Wednesday March 22 from 2 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.

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The more detailed program and additional information can be found on the Facebook page @un.samedi.pour.voir.autrement or by contacting the interprofessional health center of Saint-Martin-d’Hères.

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