Sesame Street in Communities
Especially for Families of Children With Autism
Big changes like going back to school can bring big feelings, too. Set your children up for success by helping them express and understand their emotions. Explore this bundle to learn simple, everyday ways to talk about your feelings together.
Going back to school might look a little different this year and plans might change. We’ll need to be flexible! Flexible thinking helps us adapt to new or unexpected situations, helps us solve problems, and think about things in new ways. Explore this bundle to help your family build flexible thinking skills.
Little Children, Big Challenges: Building Resilience in Children, Families, and Communities
Join Elmo, real kids, and expert community providers from Arizona, Baltimore, and Miami as they talk about the challenges of COVID—and teach how to build resilience!
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Parental Addiction: Responding With Care
Join us for the third webinar in this series in which we examine how parental addiction affects young children. This webinar offers strategies for law enforcement agents, first responders, and community organizations to work together to help care for drug endangered children.
Many Right Ways: Exploring Quality in Family Child Care
An interactive course that explores the many ways that family child care providers and all caregivers can ensure high-quality care in their setting.
Everyday Challenges: Helping Families Thrive Through COVID-19 and Beyond
In difficult or stressful circumstances, caregivers play a vital role in modeling to young children how to manage big feelings and work through challenges. In this webinar, Dr. Stephen Cozza offers suggestions for ways parents can care for kids mindfully and confidently—in the midst of a pandemic and beyond.