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Webinar-Shifting Mindsets: How Communication Can Shape Early Childhood Outcomes

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Ontario, Canada
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Whether it is written or verbal, communication can impact how we think, feel and relate to others. For child and family welfare professionals, the information we receive about clients can affect how we engage with them directly and how we work with other professionals in supporting child safety and wellbeing.


Making small shifts in the words we choose and the way we deliver them can prevent unintended reactions, improve message clarity and promote helpful responses. This webinar will explore how changing communication about early childhood can promote child safety, development and wellbeing. Specifically, it will consider:


  • How communication can shape the way professionals think and feel
  • How the language professionals use, and their communication style, can impact child safety, development and wellbeing – for better and worse
  • How to adapt communication practices to promote better outcomes for children and families.

This webinar is of interest to professionals working with children and/or their caregivers across early learning and care services, family and relationship services and parenting programs.


To register, click here.

Name: Webinar-Shifting Mindsets: How Communication Can Shape Early Childhood Outcomes
Price: Free
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Ontario, Canada
Date: Tuesday September 7, 2021 12:00 AM
Categories: Community Event