Strategies to Support Early Learning and Well-Being in Changing Times
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Video: Strategies to Support Early Learning and Well-Being in Changing Times
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January 14, 2021 | 4:00pm
Early childhood settings have been dramatically impacted by COVID-19. From changing safety guidelines to creating engaging environments and connections, supporting children to be resilient in times of stress and change is essential. This session explores foundational strategies to help guide and build resilience in young children.
Presented by: Meledy Dawson, MS, Early Childhood Consultant and Training Facilitator, Center for the Young Child at OCALI; Grace Schoessow, MS, OIMH-III, ECMH-C, Early Childhood Mental Health Program Coordinator, Greene County Educational Servce Center; Lindsay Green, M.Ed., Early Childhood Mental Health Team, Greene County Educational Service Center
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