Finding the Words, Finding the Ways: Exploring Reflective Supervision and Facilitation
DVD Is an Outstanding Training Resource
Work with infants, young children, and their families are frequently complex, confusing, intense, and challenging. Often the needs are extensive and the available resources feel inadequate to address the wide range of stressors that are impacting the family. The new set of instructional materials, Finding the Words, Finding the Ways, Exploring Reflective Supervision and Facilitation, offers practitioners, instructors, and programs a new tool to build and deepen reflective supervision skills in a way that genuinely supports staff providing direct services across a variety of disciplines and settings. MORE
The Behavioral Assessment of Baby’s Emotional and Social Style (BABES) Toolkit: Intervention Strategies for Developmental Guidance and Support was developed to assist early childhood professionals in identifying and helping families address areas in which their infants and toddlers may be exhibiting problematic behavior. The Toolkit is useful for home visitors, mental health clinicians, early interventionists, pediatricians, and a wide range of other professionals supporting infants, toddlers, and their families.
The BABES Toolkit is based on the authors’ BABES protocol, a forced-choice inventory designed as a quick way to examine a parent’s concerns about 24 common issues in infant/toddler behavior (e.g., “Difficult to feed,” “Difficulty getting along with others”) that may be problematic to the child, the parent, and/or the family.
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How They Met the Challenges and Thrived: DVD Series Shares Personal Stories of Families With Children Born With Unique Needs
Families are the experts about their children. They give voice to their children’s needs and play a critical role in ensuring that their children receive the services available to them.
In Stories From Our Hearts: Brief Messages From Families About Important Issues in Our Lives, families share their personal experiences… MORE
The Three Rs of Early Childhood: Relationships, Resilience and Readiness
A DVD promoting school readiness and social emotional development (order form)
Challenges in the Implementation of Evidence-Based Mental Health Practices for Birth-to-Five Year Olds and Their Families
An issue brief based on the National Think Tank on Evidence-Based Practices in Early Childhood