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CURRENT EVENTS - LOCAL

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NEW VIRTUAL EVENT - FREE!
Stressed Out? Educator Challenges
February 18, 2023 - 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
join us for two sessions that provide strategies for positive behavioral development and self-care in times of crisis 
Reserve Your Space Below - Limited to 100
Complete Details on Registration Page
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Session 1 - 9:00 am

8 Strategies That Help: Positive Behavior Management Strategies for Challening Behaviors

Presenter: Ashley Jasinski

Challenging behaviors can take many forms and pop up for many reasons. Parents, teachers and others who engage with children know how challenging behaviors can directly impact our relationship and success with the children we care for. In this session, we’ll examine the theory about why behavior occurs and discuss eight tried-and-true strategies that help to prevent challenging behavior. Presenters will provide the audience with RIP’s 8 Strategies That Help, eight positive behavior management strategies, and discuss creative ways we can individualize them to meet the needs of all children in our care.

1.5 hrs DHS-Approved Training

Session 2 - 10:45 am

Self-Care to Provide Quality Care

Presenter: Elandriel Lewis (webinar recording)

To provide quality care to others, it is imperative that practitioners provide quality care to themselves. This becomes even more important during times of isolation. This session provides an introductory look at the causes and effects of stress, trauma, and burnout, and the ways in which you can combat and prevent them while in isolation. Also provided is information on how to support families, children, and staff during these difficult times.

1 hr. - DHS-Approved Training

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