Webinar: Consultants’ Essentials: Websites 101, by Lindsey Engelhardt

January 12, 2017
2:00 – 3:30

You know you need a website. But where do you start? Join Lindsey Engelhardt to learn how to build your own website from the ground up–without the need to know code. This session will demonstrate actionable steps for consultants and small business owners based on years of experience developing and maintaining several websites. We’ll explore what to consider in your website’s blueprint, what tools are essential for the job, and how to create a functional space that provides you with room to grow. Participants will get a sneak peek into the backend of Lindsey’s website to see an example of how easy it is to create a beautiful, manageable online “storefront.”

Join this webinar to learn:

1. What you should consider before you build
2. What essential tools to use for construction
3. How to create a space that works now–and provides room for growth
4. How to integrate a website into a basic marketing/communications plan

 

All sessions are 1.5 hours long, and include a brief announcement from our sponsor.

2:oo PM – 3:30 PM Eastern Time.

Can’t participate in our webinars at the appointed time? Never fear! All of the webinars are recorded. To view the recording, simply register now and you will receive an email with a link to the recording when it is ready to be viewed.

Only 1,000 people at one time can attend our webinars, but registration often tops 4,000. Only the first 1,000 people to click the link to attend the webinar will be able to get in. We start the webinars 30 minutes in advance of the start time. Arrive early to make sure you get in.

Please be advised that you will only be eligible for the great door prizes if you participate in the live session.

Because this webinar is intended for consultants, we will not offer Certificates of Attendance for this session or the other sessions in the Consultants’ Essentials Webinar Series.

MCH Library: NTI for Child Care Health Consultants

These materials are from a National Healthy Child Care America Cooperative Agreement Program, MCHB-funded from 1997-2013, train-the-trainer program to address the needs of child care health consultants.

Topics Include:
· Building Consulting Skills
· Building Curricula Developing Skills
· Caring for Children Who are Ill
· Child Maltreatment
· Children with Special Health Care Needs
· Environmental Health (including lead)
· Field of Child Care
· Infectious Diseases
· Injury Prevention A and B
· Mental Health
· Nutrition and Physical Activity
· Oral Health
· Quality in Child Care
· Staff Health
· General Documents for Each Toolkit

Source: Maternal and Child Health Library

Available at: http://www.mchlibrary.info/MCHBfinalreports/docs/U46MC00003/

A Day in the Life of an Early Childhood Mental Health Consultant A Series of Real-life Vignettes Illustrating the Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation Process

Social-emotional health is one of the most critical factors in a child’s healthy development and readiness for school and life success—a factor that depends on weaving effective mental health services into programs that support young children, including early care and education.

Early childhood mental health consultation (ECMHC) has been identified as a specific approach to prevent early childhood expulsion and a means to promote successful social, emotional, and behavioral outcomes in infants and young children. ECMHC is primarily an indirect, prevention based service provided within early care and education programs such as child care and preschool for serving children 0-5 (Cohen & Kaufmann, 2005).

Source: Center for Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation

Available at: http://www.ecmhc.org/documents/Day_in_the_Life_MH_Consultant.pdf

Partnering with Families in Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation

Family involvement is critical to quality early childhood mental health consultation. Involving families increases the likelihood that family members will feel valued and help implement strategies at home and thus reinforces the impact of consultation (Center for Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation, n.d.). Early childhood mental health consultants can use information from this tutorial to strengthen their understanding of how to facilitate strong partnerships with families within the consultation approach and overcome common barriers, building a framework within which the quality work begins and develops.

Source: Center for Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation

Available at: http://www.ecmhc.org/tutorials/family-engagement/index.html