iParent Education

Local parent, neighbor, and social media educator, Jennifer Bilbro, started iParent Education to bridge the technology communication gap. She wants to empower parents to keep children safe, connect with them through technology, and guide them to be good digital citizens. Parents don’t have to know (nor do they need to know) everything about technology, but we cannot afford to bury our head in the sand and hope for the best.

Most parents are challenged by technology and the influence it has on our children. The constant connection to friends through social media or even a vlogger that share videos daily, often takes precedence over our influence. Jennifer addresses today’s technology advances and trends in a language parents can understand. She provides tips and tricks on how to communicate with your tech child and understand what they are doing on devices.

Visit iparenteducation.com to learn more or email her for a consultation at jennifer@iparenteducation.com

 

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Take a Spin with Chandler Frisbie!

If you’re looking for a great workout that’s fun, always high energy and set to a bumpin playlist, look no further than CHS Revolution!

Join our neighbor, Chandler Frisbie, as you ride to the beat and get your heart rate up during this 45 minute spin class that is sure to change your body + your mind. Classes are for men and women of all ages – Chandler promises that you will leave feeling inspired and ready to take on your day ahead. Come tap it back with Chandler! She can’t wait to meet you! Click here for more info.

Class times are: Monday 8:30am :: Wednesday 10:45am :: Friday 10:45am :: Sunday 8:30am

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CassinaTv: Take 10

In this month’s episode of Cassina TV, we chat with Stephanie Hunt and Tom Bradford of Charleston Moves.  Their organization is a local non-profit  that believes a bike-friendly region is a healthy, active and fun place to live, work and visit.  They advocate mobility by bicycle and on foot for the improved health and well-being of greater Charleston — our people, neighborhoods, business districts and overall economic competitiveness.  The group works to create a community connection, making it easier for people who chose to bike or walk to do so safely throughout the City of Charleston.  They have had several major successes including the pedestrian lane on the Ravenel Bridge and more recently, a dedicated lane on the Ashley River Bridge. In short, Charleston Moves preaches the bike-friendly gospel in and around the Lowcountry.