Power to parent FAQs

Power to parent FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions


Thank you for your interest in our Power to the Parent Program. Sign up for one workshop or attend all of them! Admission will include the workshop, DoSeum admission for after the class and gallery playtime during the program with our DoSeum educators. 

For your convenience, we have included answers to Power To The Parent FAQ's below.

What is included in my program registration?

Admission will include the workshop, DoSeum admission for after the class, and gallery playtime for your child during the program with our DoSeum educators. Your enrollment is for one adult caregiver (18+) and playtime childcare for up to two children. Additional children can be added by contacting Jessica at jthompson@thedoseum.org.

Can additional adults and children attend Power to the Parent classes?

Your enrollment is for one adult. If a second caregiver would like to attend, registration is required. 

Can a caregiver other than myself attend if I can’t make it?

Yes. Please contact jthompson@thedoseum.org to make the change. 

What happens if I need to miss a class?

Currently, we are unable to offer make-up classes. Missed classes cannot be refunded or rescheduled.

Are refunds offered?

Refunds are not offered for this program. If you need to cancel your enrollment in a program before it begins, you will be granted credit toward another DoSeum educational program (e.g., camps, workshops, etc.). We cannot offer credit toward DoSeum membership or general admission fees. The credit expires one calendar year from the date that it is granted.

What will my child be doing while I am in the class?

Children are in the same room with adults but, with caregiver permission, will be taken to play in The DoSeum with our Education staff during most of the class time. Your child may also stay with you during the class. 

Who are the instructors for this class and what parenting philosophy does it align with?

The DoSeum Education team works with licensed parenting coaches and community experts to lead these classes. The views of the instructors are open-ended and meant to encourage all types of parenting philosophies. Conversation in the classes may reflect the views of other caregivers. The goal of the conversation is to be open-ended and helpful to all participants. 

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