Virtual Events

Digital Woes Among Businessmen: Becoming Better Parents in the Modern Era

Virtual Events

Even before the age of digitization, being a parent has never been an easy feat. However, the widespread use of technology and the development of social media have added a new twist to the difficulties of parenthood. At present, there is an ongoing dilemma on how parents are finding it difficult to allot more time to spend meaningful moments together with their children, especially with everyone's heads buried in a screen all day. Thus, the first step toward developing successful solutions to these issues begins with fully understanding the genuine concerns that families and children confront in the digital world to maximize its prospects while minimizing its detrimental effects within the family. Although effective and accurate parenting advice might be tough to apprehend in today's fast-paced modern environment, this ECCP-organized webinar, "Digital Woes Among Businessmen: Becoming Better Parents in the Modern Era", aims to slowly guide parents through these persisting challenges in the digital age.

This webinar will be held on October 25, 2021 from 11:00AM-12:00NN via Zoom. Our guest speaker for this event is Mr. Ian Cid Descallar, RN, MN, a high-school faculty at Corpus Christi School and a practitioner at a Community Based Rehabilitation Program. He is a dedicated husband and a father. Passionate and results-driven. He advocates the love for music, arts and nature as well as promoting the importance of a healthy lifestyle.


How to access the webinar: In a separate email, you will receive the link sent via ZOOM/ECCP

For registration inquiries, please contact Joanne Natindim at

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