Please join us for a webinar on Thursday, June 11, 2020 from 3:00-4:00 pm EDT to learn about early relational health and protective factors with guest presenter, Dr. David Willis.
"Early relational health" is an emergent term that has galvanized the interest of many stakeholders and leaders in child and public health sectors, drawing attention to the essential early relational experiences that contribute greatly to infant/toddler health, development, and overall child and family well-being. Pre-COVID, child health system and early childhood community transformations were increasingly adopting new approaches that build on the importance of these foundational relationships. Now, as we begin to consider post-COVID reconstruction, integrating an early relational health approach within Strengthening Families may offer ever stronger resiliency and recovery opportunities. This webinar offers an opportunity to reflect on the importance of foundational relationships and how this work can strengthen the protective factors framework and be integrated with your implementation of Strengthening Families.
We will also hear from the Center for the Study of Social Policy (CSSP) and the Children's Trust Fund Alliance about new resources and opportunities.
Our networking webinars are held the second Thursday of every month. Calls are 60 minutes in length and begin at 9 AM (HI) / 11 AM (AK) / 12 Noon (PDT) / 1 PM (MDT) / 2 PM (CDT) / 3 PM (EDT). For our colleagues in Guam, this is 5 AM Friday.