Podcast: Inclusion Matters
Inclusion Matters is a podcast produced by CICC. Early childhood experts discuss a wide array of important topics for early childhood professionals.
Our guests from the MN Department of Human Services Autism Resource Portal, Nicole Berning, and Kim Hicks join us again to showcase the amazing resources located in the portal. They discuss ways it can be helpful to early childhood professionals and to parents.
Listen as our guests, Nicole Berning, Autism Clinical Lead, and Kim Hicks, Autism Policy Lead for the MN Department of Human Services share an overview of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and some of the early signs to watch for as you care for young children.(Length: 14:18)
We continue our discussion about being trauma-aware with our guests Arielle Handevidt from Northside Achievement Zone and Lily Crooks from Seward Child Development Center.
In this podcast we dig deeper into the role of leadership in an early childhood setting to be trauma responsive to staff, parents, and children.(Length: 23: 57)
What does it mean to be trauma-aware? Join us as we talk with guests Arielle Handevidt from Northside Achievement Zone and Lily Crooks from Seward Child Development Center as we discuss an overview of this concept in early care settings. We will reflect on key elements that create success when you are caring for children experiencing trauma.(Length: 21: 45)
We welcome Barbara O’Sullivan, gentle yoga instructor back to the podcast to examine ways to provide yourself with “self-care splashes” each day that will support your social-emotional, mental, and physical wellbeing.(Length: 13: 57)
Listen as our guest, gentle yoga instructor Barbara O’Sullivan shares ways that we as early childhood professionals can develop daily habits that increase our energy and stamina.(Length: 15:14)