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|Utilizing the MACMH Toolkit for Healing-Centered Practice
|In this episode, Priscilla Weigel talks with MACMH Infant & Early Childhood Director Lauren Moberg about work the MN Association for Children’s Mental Health has been doing as a part of the MN Preschool Development Grant to support professionals in early care and education in their working with young children and families who have experienced stress and trauma. To view the toolkit, click HERE
|Walking to Joy: Using Our Values as Our Map
|An article posted on the National Association for the Education of Young Children NAEYC website, written by Kim Lee Ripley about finding JOY during the pandemic.
|Washburn Center for Children
|The Washburn Center highlights its mission to help families and children at risk, suffering from mental health issues related to chemical dependencies and independent. Publications, articles, feedback from families, insurance info, and lots of relevant links and location information. Five Minneapolis locations and lots of volunteer opportunities.
|Wearing Masks - A Social Story
|Need to talk with little ones about wearing masks? Here is a printable social story with full color photos from The National Center for Pyramid Model Innovations (NCPMI).
|What Does Trauma Do to a Baby’s Brain?
|Trauma can greatly impact the developing and vulnerable minds of young children aged 0-3. Learn more from this article from Zero to Three,
|What to Do (and Not Do) When a Child is Anxious
|Pointers for helping children escape the cycle of anxiety.
|What to Do (and Not Do) When Children Are Anxious
|When children are chronically anxious, even the most well-meaning parents can fall into a negative cycle and, not wanting a child to suffer, actually exacerbate the youngster’s anxiety. It happens when parents, anticipating a child’s fears, try to protect her from them. Here are pointers from the Child Mind Institute for helping children escape the cycle of anxiety.
|What to Expect and When to Seek Help: Tools to Promote Social and Emotional Development
|About the Tools: Throughout the tools, a strong emphasis is placed on strengths as well as concerns. The information under "What to Expect" not only offers a guide to healthy development and parenting, but provides information that parents can find reassuring about their child's behavior and their own parenting. The tools provide an opportunity to identify concerns at an early stage. The information under "When to Seek Help" includes concerns that might be addressed with additional information, as well as concerns that signal the need for further assessments and services.
|What’s Baby Saying?
|Written by Rebecca Parlakian at Zero to Three, "Research shows that getting to know your baby’s cues also helps the two of you build a strong, secure attachment—a loving, trusting relationship."
|When Children Miss Their Friends
|"Since children are spending a lot of time at home these days due to COVID-19, they’re likely to really be missing friends from school and other parts of life. But there are ways to help children stay socially connected, even when they’re physically apart." Explore these activities from Sesame Street.