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Strategies to Prevent Challenging Behavior The following strategies can prevent challenging behaviors and positively support all children in your program, whether or not they consistently use challenging behaviors. Tipsheet
Strategies to Prevent Challenging Behaviors (Estrategias para prevenir comportamientos desafiantes) Las estrategias de apoyo positivo pueden prevenir comportamientos desafiantes y apoyar a todos los niños en su programa. Tipsheet
Strategies to Prevent Challenging Behaviors [Xeelado Kahortagaya Dabeecadaha Adag] Xeeladaha tageerada wanaagsan waxay kahortagi karaan dabeecadaha adag caruurtaadana xanaanada ku wanaajin kara. Tipsheet
Supporting Children with Medication Administration Needs It is essential caregivers and teachers DO NOT take a casual approach when administering medication to children in their care. Using a formal process when administering medication will minimize medication-related injuries and decrease liability risk factors to the caregivers and teachers. Tipsheet
Supporting Children with Type 1 Diabetes Child care programs cannot refuse providing care to a child because he or she has diabetes. The following information will help you in setting up support care in the event you have a child with Type 1 Diabetes in your care. Tipsheet
The Minnesota Association for the Education of Young Children (MnAEYC) and the Minnesota School-Age Care Alliance (MnSACA) The Minnesota Association for the Education of Young Children (MnAEYC) and the Minnesota School-Age Care Alliance (MnSACA) are professional associations of more than 700 members each. The members from our organizations are a diverse group of professionals representing early care and education and school age and youth programs across Minnesota. The members are teachers, youth workers, center directors, site coordinators, program managers, trainers, and advocates. MnAEYC-MnSACA promotes quality in early care and education and out-of-school time programs and supports the leadership and development of early care and education and out-of-school time professionals. We forward this mission by focusing on Professional Development, Program Improvement, and Policy & Advocacy. Website
Therapro Therapro: The therapy resource for families and professionals! We provide therapists, teachers, parents and other caregivers with the highest quality and most economical therapeutic and educational resources for all ages and abilities, from kids to adults. Our goal is to provide unique speech and occupational therapy supplies for preventive, developmental, and rehabilitative care. With the right tools, including occupational therapy assessments and evaluations, kids and adult activities, games, products and toys, developing gross motor skills, fine motor skills and communication skills is less frustrating, and will result in better outcomes in a shorter period of time. Website
Transition from Preschool Services to Kindergarten The Early Childhood Technical Assistance Center offers links to National Centers, studies and specialized projects that provide resources on transition to kindergarten. Website
Trauma: How Children Respond (Trauma: Cómo responden los niños) Casi todos los niños experimentarán algún tipo de angustia o reacción después de una experiencia traumática, y los síntomas de trauma difieren en cada individuo. Esta hoja de consejos proporciona ejemplos de cómo los niños de diferentes edades pueden responder al trauma. Tipsheet
Using Children's Literature to Learn about Disabilities Joan Blaska's book "Using Children's Literature to Learn about Disablities and Illness," 2nd edition is an invaluable resource for parents and educators. A must read for individuals wanting to help children learn about disabilites and illnesses through young children's literature. Website