Early Child Development in Child Welfare: To Support Lifelong Healthy Outcomes
10/10/2019 | 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Type of Class
A series of 3 workshops
Instructors: Crystal Irving, MSW & MaryAnn Paschal, Resource/Adoptive Parent
Intervening early in the lives of young children impacted by abuse and neglect is critical. There are many infants and young children who live in out-of-home care, and their vulnerability is extremely high.
This training, created by Casey Family Programs, brings caregivers and CWS social workers together to increase their awareness and understanding of how early brain development is shaped by relationships with loving and consistent caregivers, and to learn strategies to prevent and alleviate negative influences with positive supports and interventions. Learning about this very important topic alongside CWS social workers promotes the CWS Safety Enhanced Together (SET) values. Don’t miss this great opportunity!!
- Thursday, October 10th
- Thursday, October 17th
- Thursday, October 24th
Please note, no childcare is provided or available onsite. Do not bring babies or children to class. Thank you!
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