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Reducing Stress & Promoting Resilience in Young Children: The Role of Early Learning and Care Staff
The specialized module aims to provide individuals who work with and care for young children with information about the important role they can play in helping to reduce the impact of stress and promote resilience. The module describes strategies for promoting healthy relationships, responding to stress in young children, and the importance of adult resilience skills and modelling of resilience within adult-child interactions.
The module may be most useful for people who work with young children (e.g., Registered Early Childhood Educators, Family Home Visitors), but is available and accessible for all adults who have relationships with children.
The module is free and can be done in about 1-2 hours. Participants will receive a certificate upon completion. Completion of the ACEs & Resilience Core Training is encouraged, but not required.
To login or register, visit https://acescoalition.ca/get-trained/