This presentation by Dr. Kristen Votava includes information about the large public health study called the Adverse Childhood Experience (ACEs) study. The ACEs study created a breakthrough in understanding how childhood experience affects well-being across the life-course. The presentation will view ACEs understanding through the discussion of the “NEAR” sciences of Neuroscience, Epigenetics, ACEs, and Resilience, including in-depth information about 1) The neuro-biological effects of adversity on development, 2) The impacts of childhood adversity and trauma on population health, and 3) Resilience – what we can all do to improve health and well-being in early childhood education environments.
Members, join us for a monthly member meeting at 6:00!
Come and discover ways to better understand the needs and behaviors of children on the spectrum as well as how they process information. Strategies, Resources, and coping tools will be shared to help support students with ASD. This is event is approved for 2 Growing Futures Basic Licensing training hours.
Members, Join us for the monthly member meeting at 6:00!
From hiring to firing, supporting and growing, training and evaluating your staff, it feels like your job is never done. This training will provide you with tips and strategies to building a strong and dedicated early childhood education team. This training is approved for 3 Growing Futures training hours required for basic licensing requirements.
Calling all Early Childhood Educators!
We appreciate you and all the hard work you perform every day! You make a difference in the life of every single child and family member you serve and are a valuable asset to our community. As a small thank you, we invite you to join us for a free dinner and 2 hour Growing Futures approved training on April 16, 2020 at First Presbyterian Church in Grand Forks.
Dinner will be served at 6:00
Jessica Santini-Levenhagen will give a presentation on self-care for early childhood professionals from 6:30-8:30.
Registration is required by April 10th.
Stacey Borboa- Peterson will help us define culture, explore what multiculturalism looks like in our region, and provide information about how to support the families we serve. This training is approved for 2 Growing Futures training hours required for basic licensing requirements.
Members are encouraged to join us for a monthly meeting at 6:00!
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