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Suggestions for Emergency Child Care Supply Kits One of the components of emergency preparedness is to ensure that the program has supplies and food in case of the need to shelter-in-place or evacuate. This info module provides suggestions for items to be included in child care emergency kits. Info Module
Super Duper Handy Handouts Learning materials for those who work with children with special needs. Super Duper® Handy Handouts are FREE online, informational newsletters for teachers and parents. Topics include: What is Sensory Defensiveness?, Reaching Developmental Milestones of Self-Care and Independence, Accommodating Children With Autism Within an Inclusive Setting, Understanding Cerebral Palsy, and many others Website
Superhero Play. Do we embrace it or ban it? This info module focuses on the benefits and facilitation of super hero play in young children. Info Module
SuperValu Community Focus General Giving Guidellines The SUPERVALU website has information on grant opportunities they have 4 times a year. The SUPERVALU Foundation Contribution Committee meets quarterly to review grant requests. The Foundation only will accept requests in the form of the Minnesota Common Grant Application or the SUPERVALU Foundation Grant Application. Quarterly deadlines for applications are February 15, May 15, August 15 or November 15. Organizations will be notified of the Committee's decision within 90 days of the quarterly application deadline. Contributions are restricted to organizations with 501(c)(3) status and requests for specific program support are preferred to those for general operating funds. Special consideration is given to organizations with which SUPERVALU employees are actively involved, provided the organization falls within the general giving guidelines. Website
Support Math Readiness Through Music Music is one of the first ways children experience math. Without thinking, our bodies react to music. When we hear music, we rock our babies, clap along, and even look toward the source of the sound. These responses are reactions to musical elements such as steady beat, rhythm, and melody, all of which reflect mathematical concepts. Even the youngest of children can respond to music and the mathematical principles behind it. Here are three musical elements that relate to math and some suggested activity ideas to try at home. - See more at: http://families.naeyc.org/learning-and-development/music-math-more/supp… Document
Support Organization for Trisomy 18, 13 and Relate S.O.F.T. is a nonprofit volunteer organization offering support for parents who have had a child with a chromosome disorder, and education to families and professionals interested in the care of these children. Event listings, bookstore (trisomy centered), professional medical information, and more info and resources available to members. Website
Supporting Children Following an Emergency Event Recovery following an emergency event is an ongoing process that includes supporting the mental, physical and emotional health of children and their families. This tipsheet highlights some practical strategies for early care and education professionals.    Tipsheet
Supporting Children on the Autism Spectrum This online course from Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) is designed to support practitioners in meeting the needs of young children on the autism spectrum. The course consists of a booklet as well as interactive materials that are presented online. The online materials reflect and expand on the content of the booklet, giving video examples of real practice and activities to promote further reflection and development. The course also contains audio material as well as case studies and it will direct you to other tools and resources. These materials are designed to improve provision for all children and will particularly support practitioners in developing more inclusive practice, especially for children on the autism spectrum. The content of the e-learning and supporting booklet can be used as a basis of continuous professional development in the training and support for inclusion. The resource section provides printable case studies, 21 video clips, references and offline activities. Following an introduction to autism, the modules include: 1) A Unique Child; 2) Positive Relationships; 3) Enabling Environments; and 4) Learning and Development. After completing this course participants will be able to: 1) Recognize current strengths and identify areas where further knowledge is required; 2) List the characteristics of autism and be able to consider how adult behavior needs to adapt; 3) Define possible early signs of autism; 4) Recognize the triad of impairments; 5) Identify how different aspects of autism may affect children's learning; 6) List ways in which support could be provided for children on the autism spectrum which could remove barriers to learning and socialization; 7) Demonstrate ways in which parents' and children's voices can support planning provision; 8) Be aware of current terminology and the accompanying debate around autism and Asperger's syndrome; and 9) Identify effective use of resources. Website
Supporting Families Receiving a Diagnosis of Down Syndrome The purpose of this interactive tutorial is to provide current knowledge about Down syndrome, as well as the communication tools to adequately support families and prospective parents at the point of the initial diagnosis of Down syndrome at birth or in utero. This program is designed for obstetricians, pediatricians, family practitioners, geneticists, or related medical practitioners learning about Down syndrome and the key elements of providing a diagnosis to help communicate more effectively with patients. The tutorial provides this information in three formats: 1) Brief 'information points' on key elements of Down syndrome; 2) Videos that model physician behavior; 3) Interactive questions and response; and 4) Post-test at the end. There are additional resources within the tutorial, including detailed resource documents, annotated bibliographies of key research studies, as well as 'Life Glimpses' of children and adults with Down syndrome from the perspective of their families. Each of the Resource Documents is printable as a PDF file. A one time user registration is required. There is no fee. Document
Supporting Infants and Toddlers Through the Environment In this self study, we will look at some key strategies for planning and implementing supportive infant/toddler environments. For ten clock hours on your Learning Record, please register online at Develop. Then, complete a 500 word reflection paper and submit this document with your reflectionPlease note: You have access to this document as view only. To enable editing, download the document. Click "file" then "download as" in the upper left-hand corner of this screen. This will give you the option to open the document as a Word doc on your own computer. Then, you can complete the information and email it to: danderson2@csp.edu. *Disregard any directions regarding a final quiz. The only learning assessment needed is the reflection paper. Course