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.
This panel was hosted by the Center for Inclusive Child Care and Minnesota Association for Children's Mental Health on the 29th of July, 2021 to discuss Trauma Responsive Care in Early Childhood Settings. Trauma-Responsive Care in Early Childhood Settings Panel with Arielle Handevidt- Director of Early Childhood at Northside Achievement Zone, Tania Rivera- Program Manager at Circulo De Amigos Child Care Center, Lily Crooks- Director of Seward Child Care Center, and Nedra Robinson- Early Childhood Program Manager at Simpson Housing Services.(Length: 1:02:32)
We wrap up the series with Kiley Hendrick, ECSE Teacher, St. Paul Public Schools, and Jackie Johnson, CICC Coach by discussing what is helpful in the ECSE-child care partnership and what are some possible roadblocks to success?(Length: 21:39)
Kiley Hendrick, ECSE Teacher, St. Paul Public Schools, and Jackie Johnson, CICC Coach join us for part two to discuss key components of success in the partnership between child care and ECSE.(Length: 18:30)
Join us as we host Kiley Hendrick, ECSE Teacher, St. Paul Public Schools, and Jackie Johnson, CICC Coach in a discussion of an overview of the early childhood special education, the system, and the process of evaluation.(Length: 20:15)
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)