Tagged With "Relationships"

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Relationships and early development

Julie Langston ·
Here is another example of how important relationships are for early development. Although this study specifically looked at parents - I encourage you to think beyond parents to all caregivers and those who impact children's lives. We can all make a difference in a child's life to help them build resilience and overcome Adverse Childhood Experiences. TUESDAY, Sept. 20, 2016 (HealthDay News) -- A strong and loving bond with parents may help protect kids' health for decades, a new study...
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Building Strong Relationships Through Conflicts

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Dont Quit on Me.- Report from GradNation

A great report about the power of relationships. Sent to us from Jessica Larsen.   http://gradnation.org/report/dont-quit-me
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The Path to Resilience - 3 minute videos

See website for several short videos. Great training tools. http://www.gse.harvard.edu/new...5/05/path-resilience    
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Support teen dating violence awareness

Bonnie Berman ·
Join us in the movement to support our teens with healthy relationships in the following ways: 1) make a donation any time to Empower Yolo's Prevention Education Program; donate here to support healthy relationships. 2) wear orange on Tuesday, February 12 in support of #Orange4Love Day to raise awareness about teen dating abuse. 3) support local teens and sponsor t-shirts for the "My Strength" and "Be Strong" groups; contact juan@empoweryolo.org . 4) participate in our Steve's Pizza...
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Prevention: Teaching people how to create healthy families

Carolyn Curtis ·
PREVENTION: a key solution to reducing ACEs. Bringing Baby Home Training of Trainers, Sacramento, April 25-26, 2019 Building healthy families is key to reducing ACEs. Even the strongest relationships are strained during the transition to parenthood. Lack of sleep, never-ending housework and new fiscal concerns can lead to profound stress and a decline in marital satisfaction — all of which affect baby’s care. Not surprisingly, 67% of new parents experience conflict, disappointment and hurt...
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Resource for Parents: Serve and Return

Bonnie Berman ·
Child-adult relationships that are responsive and attentive—with lots of back and forth interactions, called “serve and return,”—build a strong foundation in a child’s brain for all future learning and development. The Center for the Developing Child offers these five steps for parents to practice serve and return with their child. https://developingchild.harvard.edu/resources/5-steps-for-brain-building-serve-and-return/
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Relationships Make ALL the Difference!

Bonnie Berman ·
Article by Tracy Fauver, Executive Director of Yolo County CASA As I write this month's column, two mass shootings have again rocked our nation. Like everyone else, these events leave me saddened, shaken to my core, and in deep thought about our future. After these types of events, in a quest for deeper understanding and comfort, two questions seem to arise. 1) What causes these events to happen? 2) How can we prevent this from happening again? The answers to these questions are largely why...
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