July 24, 2013
2 – 3:30 p.m. EDT
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Please join the Early Head Start National Resource Center for this important webinar. It will provide practical strategies and experiences for Early Head Start (EHS) caregivers and teachers to support infants and toddlers who have experienced traumatic events. Panelists will discuss the impact of trauma and toxic stress on brain and social-emotional development. They also will talk about the importance of early development and experiences as the foundation for school readiness.
Topics for the Webinar Include:
- The current work of the Office of Head Start related to supporting EHS programs with enrolled infants and toddlers who have experienced prolonged chronic and toxic stress
- The Office of Planning, Research and Evaluation’s Early Head Start University Partnership Grants: Buffering Children from Toxic Stress project and the partnership with EHS programs
- The impact of trauma and toxic stress on early brain and social-emotional development
- Practical strategies to support very young children who have experienced prolonged chronic and toxic stress, and how these strategies create the foundation for healthy development
Who Should Participate?
This webinar will benefit an array of audience members, including: The early childhood care and education community; EHS staff, directors, managers, and administrators; T/TA managers; T/TA providers; federal and Regional Office staff; state collaboration offices; and child care providers.
How to Register
Select this link to register for the webinar: https://zerotothree.ilinc.com/register/cmrkttw
Source: Office of Head Start