11am on August 11
Join Dr. Sam Himelstein, a Clinical Psychologist who specializes in resilience, mindfulness, and sustainable self-care strategies for this FREE and LIVE webinar from the Center for Adolescent Studies.
1-2pm on August 12
We are starting this school year with many questions. Will we teach students in classrooms? Or, will we engage them via ZOOM? (Based on current conditions, ZOOM looks more and more likely.) Our big question is… how do we effectively teach relationship skills virtually? In March, Dibble convened a working group of clients who were moving instruction online. Together, we created this free Online Teaching Toolkit. Join us in a conversation with several experienced practitioners who were part of that effort to learn how they successfully moved their instruction in Dibble materials into the virtual world.
9:30-10:45am on August 12
Based on the Principles of Family Support Practice and the Strengthening Families Framework and its research-based evidence-informed 5 Protective Factors, these nationally-adopted Standards of Quality for Family Strengthening & Support have created a common language across different kinds of Family Strengthening and Family Support programs such as Family Resource Centers, home visiting programs, and child development programs. They are used as a tool for planning, providing, and assessing quality practice by public departments, foundations, networks, community-based organizations, and families. This webinar will provide an overview of the Standards and how they are being implemented at the systems and program level, including through the Standards Certification Training which more than 8,500 people have successfully completed nationwide.
9:30-10:45am on August 19
This webinar from the National Family Support Network will cover the following questions: What are the history, work, and recent successes of the Vermont Parent Child Center Network? What does a Family Support and Strengthening Network look like? How did Vermont achieve universal access to Parent Child Centers? How has the Network responded as a system to the many challenges families face with the pandemic?
12-1pm on August 20
This webinar from ZERO TO THREE will provide an overview of the State of Babies Yearbook for state policy decision-makers and advocates, highlighting how you can use your state data to guide your work. Presenters from North Carolina and Minnesota will also share their experience using infant-toddler data, including the Yearbook, to guide policy and advocacy in their states.
12-1pm on Wed, August 26
Webinar from ACEs Aware