FAMILY CINEMA TOGETHER WITH CO-CÒ SPACE CO-ROOM
Conceived by the association Co-cò Spazio Co-Stanza which recently inaugurated its new headquarters in via Ponte alle Mosse 32-38 red (make a jump, it’s a beautiful place) and physically set up in the cinema room of the Stensen Foundation, Cinema in the family it is an appointment consisting of 8 meetings during which, each time, a theme on parenting will be addressed through important issues that affect the private, social and civil sphere.
The opportunity for parents thanks to this initiative is extraordinary, and not because in the city there are no opportunities for reflection and meeting dedicated to parents, but because the problem of these meetings always remains that of how to organize to leave the children and create the paradox that to participate in a meeting to improve as a person and as a parent, it is necessary to release the child somewhere.
The staff of Co-cò Spazio Co-Stanza has instead chosen to organize the meetings in harmony with family needs allowing parents who wish to participate not to have to ask for favors and indeed, just as they are dedicated to watching the film and then at the moment for discussion and reflection, their children will be engaged in a playful activity in the same place but in another space, and they too will see a film suitable for their age and then dedicating themselves to a themed workshop. The chosen theme will be the same for both parents and their children, but dealt with with different tools and supports.
TOGETHER WITH OUR CHILDREN BUT ENGAGED IN DIFFERENT ACTIVITIES, HERE IS THE CINEMA FAMILY PROJECT
As parents I imagine you realize the incredible opportunity, because it is not always easy to leave children even when you have extremely available grandparents: in fact, it is an account to ask for help because you have to go to work, have a medical examination or a commitment bureaucratic, another is to ask for a hand because you want to do something for yourself; not all grandparents are available to understand this need, perhaps not out of malice, but only because we already ask them a lot during the week.