Learn about issues facing children and families; gain tools for supporting children and strengthening families; and connect with others interested in creating a racially, economically, and socially just society.
Join us for a webinar to hear about innovative ways Strengthening Families training is being provided around the country. We will hear about online training modules for child welfare system of care workers in West Virginia and online learning activities from the Prevention Board in Wisconsin. We’ll have plenty of time for discussion, including hearing about how you are getting training out to various audiences in your state or community!
We will also hear from the Center for the Study of Social Policy (CSSP) and the National Alliance of Children’s Trust and Prevention Funds about new resources and opportunities. Register here.
Please join us for a two-part webinar series to share findings from one of our newest publications, Fostering Social and Emotional Health through Pediatric Primary Care: Common Threads to Transform Everyday Practice and Systems.
- Thursday, December 5, 1:00PM-2:00PM ET: Part I: Common Threads To Transform Everyday Practice will share the 14 Common Practices and describe examples of how they are being implemented by the exemplary programs and pediatric settings CSSP visited. We will highlight stories from the staff and families we met during our site visits around the country and provide ideas for practical implementation of the common practices. Register here.
- Tuesday, December 12, 1:00PM-2:00PM ET: Part II: Common Threads to Transform Systems will take a deeper dive into the barriers that are likely holding back or limiting large-scale adoption of the common practices among pediatric primary care teams nationwide. We will describe our recommendations for action: (1) building national leadership for systems change, (2) identification and elimination of specific systemic barriers, and (3) supporting pediatric primary care team and community readiness. Register here.
Note: all times are Eastern.