Building Resilience in Young Children and Families (Virtual Blended Training) MOD442
Length: 2.5 hours
ETO: Methods and Approaches to Working with Parents
Reducing the effects of significant adversity on children’s healthy development is essential to the progress and prosperity of any society. Science tells us that some children develop resilience, or the ability to overcome serious hardship, while others do not. Understanding why some children do well despite adverse early experiences is crucial, because it can inform more effective policies and programs that help more children reach their full potential.
Home Visitors provide key support, education, and skills to parents and caregivers that can help their children develop the resilience they need to bounce back from hardships. (MOD442) (May 2020)
By the end of this training, Home Visitors will:
• Describe what resilience looks like in young children
• Recognize the essential elements of building resilience in young children
• Understand how home visiting programs and home visitors can help parents build resilience in their children
Virtual Blended Training Version: Available ONLY to Home Visitors inside the state of Arkansas. Self-enrollment is NOT permitted. Home Visitors: Contact your supervisor or coordinator if you would like to be added to an upcoming offering of this interactive virtual training.
Supervisors/Coordinators: Click here to contact Felicia Loring to schedule a virtual blended training for your group.