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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
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
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
Supporting Sensory Preferences in Children, part 1 - Overview This info module is Part One of two parts and provides a brief overview of the sensory processes and preferences of young children. Info Module
Supporting Sensory Preferences in Children, part 2 - Strategies Part two of this series provides specific strategies to promoting sensory activities and interventions for children with sensory challenges. Info Module
Supporting Transitions: Using Child Development as a Guide During the course of a child’s life, change is inevitable. Families move, siblings are born, school begins and consequently, transitions happen. Knowing about children’s development can help us understand how children respond to transition.  Document
Ten Guidelines for Effective Discipline of Young Children Part 2 In part two of our discussion Cindy Croft and Priscilla continue their discussion of effective discipline by giving us ten guidelines to follow. These guidelines support the fact that young children are still developing and gaining understanding of the world around them. They are often mistaken in their behavior of choice and need the love and understanding of an adult who cares and is patient with them as they develop tools for interacting. Podcast
The Basics of Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health This resource introduces infant and early childhood mental health, discusses why it is important, and provides policy recommendations.  Document