COVID-19 and Families with Young Children (Virtual Blended Training) MOD445
Length: 2 hours
ETO: Methods and Approaches to Working with Parents
Young children face specific challenges including feeling scared, anxious, and confused about the current infectious disease outbreak and pandemic. Home visitors can provide families with support and guidance to find trusted, credible information and follow appropriate health and safety guidelines. This course will help home visitors learn how to assist caregivers in facing these challenges and keeping their families safe and healthy during the pandemic. MOD445 (Nov 2020)
By the end of this training, Home Visitors will:
- Recognize the concerns and challenges surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic and families with young children.
- Understand the developmental limitations in helping young children understand the pandemic and how it impacts them.
- Practice techniques for assisting families with taking the pandemic seriously and following recommended guidelines and precautions.
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.
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Don’t see a date that you need? Supervisors/Coordinators: Click here to contact Felicia Loring to schedule a virtual blended training for your group.