When: November 03, 2018

Time: 9:00AM - 3:00PM

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Head Start's Aldrich School

295 Harrison Street

Fall River

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Register Now!       Register online: www.cdedu.us/SEEPP


The Institute for Education and Professional Development

Registration Questions Contact

Nicole Miles
Southeast Education Professionals Partnership

Children Experiencing Toxic Stress and Trauma



 Course Description: 

It is estimated that each year in the United States, there are approximately 5 million children that experience some form of traumatic event. Traumatic experiences and toxic stress can have a lifelong impact and there can be physical, psychological and emotional effects on infants and young children. Many of these effects can manifest as challenging behaviors in young children.  We, as early education providers, can provide children with compassion, support and safety by incorporating trauma-informed care and practices into our programs and help children to develop resiliency as they continue to grow and develop into adults. Participants will: Define toxic stress and trauma, analyze the impacts of trauma on young children, families and staff, and identify ways to incorporate trauma-informed care into their early childhood classrooms and programs. Participants will create 2-3 strategies of trauma-informed practice that they will incorporate into their classrooms/programs.


More Information

EEC Training Hours: 5

CEU: 0.5

QRIS Standard Alignment: Curriculum and Learning

Core Competency: 5: Learning Environments and Curriculum


*Refund Policy*

Refunds will only be made in the event that the course is cancelled.

This training is funded in part by the Department of Early Education and Care              

and sponsored by the Southeast Education Professionals Partnership

Lead Agency - Child Development and Education, Inc.