How do we encourage, enrich, and empower the human relationships around children and youth, families, and their helpers? As social distancing disrupts the lives of so many, we are reminded even more of the importance of human connections in our lives.
What ideas of Simple Interactions are timeless and how do we present them in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic? Join us to think about how to communicate these messages across the levels of practice, program, and policy and how we can use these messages for action.
This session will be facilitated by Dr. Dana Winters of the Fred Rogers Center and Dr. Junlei Li of Harvard Graduate School of Education.