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Strategies to Support Young Children after an Emergency      For early care and education professionals, one of the tasks of recovery is the identification of how to best support children and their families to return to daily routines and regain some sense of normalcy.   Info Module
Strengthening Partnerships to Support Babies with Special Needs This video provides an overview of what families may experience when they learn their child has special needs. Website
Stress in Early Care and Education According to the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH, 2017), stress is defined as how the brain and body respond to any demand such as exercise, work, school, major life changes or traumatic events. Tipsheet
Stress, Burnout and Depression in Early Care and Education: Definitions and Impact - Part 1 in a series The results of a 2007 study, conducted by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMSHA), showed that the highest level of depression among various occupations was reported by individuals in caregiving professions. This includes the field of early care and education. In this podcast, Cindy Croft, Priscilla Weigel and Dea Anderson discuss the definitions and impact of stress, burnout and depression in early care and education. Podcast
Stress, Burnout and Depression in Early Care and Education: Signs and Symptoms - Part 2 in a series Cindy Croft, Priscilla Weigel and Dea Anderson discuss the specific signs and symptoms of stress, burnout and depression. Also discussed is the importance of self-awareness for early care and education professionals. Podcast
Stress, Burnout and Depression in Early Care and Education: The Importance of Self-Care - Part 3 in a series Being proactive and intentional about creating a plan for self-care is an important aspect of prevention and management of stress, burnout and depression. During this podcast, Cindy Croft, Priscilla Weigel and Dea Anderson discuss self-care strategies and where to seek help when self-care is not enough. Podcast
Study Identifies a Key to Preventing Disruptive Behavior in Preschool Classrooms Curry Professor Amanda Wiliford says preschoolers whose teachers used better classroom management practices at the beginning of the year experienced the most significant reduction in disruptive behavior. Document
Study Proves That Cuddling Babies Early (and Often) Has Huge Benefits Check out this article to learn more about how early skin-to-skin contact can support improved neurodevelopment, higher IQ, and lower rates of aggression.  Document
Study to Explore Early Development (SEED) SEED stands for the Study to Explore Early Development. It is a multi-year, multi-site collaborative study that will help identify what might put children at risk for autism spectrum disorders (ASDs) and other developmental disabilities. It is being conducted by up to six study sites and a data coordinating center called the Centers for Autism and Developmental Disabilities Research and Epidemiology (CADDRE) Network. Website
Stuttering Foundation of America The Stuttering Foundation of America site has suggestions and costs for therapies, videotapes and publications for professionals and those who stutter and a support and information network for families and other affected parties. On-site search and feedback available. Website