The Resilience Quarterly (TRQ)
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What's the Latest
Celebrating 20 Years (cont'd.)
What’s the latest?
Here is what has been recently translated!
A web page to help support infant and early childhood mental health consultants
DCRC welcomes infant and early childhood mental health consultants to a brand new web page that our team has created to support the mental health consultation community, in understanding how our resilience-focused resources complement consultation services. Check it out today!
The DCRC team is proud to present a journal of articles, written by both our team members as well as programs/centers across the country using our tools and resources. We bring you the DCRC Journal, designed for professionals working in child-serving settings and the parents/families of those they serve. Check out what’s included, and learn how YOU can contribute, today!
September 2019 – June 2020
How to Coach DECA Program (Birth through Five) Implementation: A Best Practices Webinar Series
$299/person (group pricing available)
Implementation of any quality program requires resources, leadership, continuous quality improvement, and well-defined roles and responsibilities. Coaching is a key role that is proven effective. Recognizing the tremendous value of coaching, the Devereux Center for Resilient Children (DCRC) is now offering a 10-session webinar series to support DECA Program users in best practices, and to provide ongoing support to professionals responsible for overseeing effective implementation.
Individuals as well as program teams are invited to join Nefertiti B. Poyner, Ed.D., Rachel Wagner, MSW, and other DCRC certified trainers as they deliver a unique, webinar-based coaching experience focusing on key aspects of effective DECA Program implementation. During this webinar series, participants will learn skills, strategies and tips to help support and coach teachers through the required steps of implementing the DECA Program. The series will foster competencies in participants who in turn can use these newly learned skills to foster a culture of resilience that supports high-quality DECA Program implementation.
The celebration is yet to end!
That’s right – we are still celebrating the 20th anniversary of the DECA Program! We’ve got a celebratory webinar on August 15, another new web page, and more is still to come over the next few months. Stay tuned!
The DECA Program and Resilience: 20 Years, 20 Questions, 20 Minutes [Webinar on August 15 @ 2pm ET]
Join DCRC Director Susan Damico, as she celebrates the 20th anniversary of the Devereux Early Childhood Assessment (DECA) Program, and reflects on the positive impact the DECA Program has had on more than 7 million infants, toddlers and preschoolers, and, by extension, families and communities across the country. During this free webinar, Susan will answer 20 popular and impactful resilience-related questions, and will share takeaways the DCRC team has unpacked over these past 20 years – in just 20 minutes! Register now.
Web page designed to support Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health Consultants
DCRC welcomes infant and early childhood mental health consultants to a brand new web page that our team has created to support the mental health consultation community, in understanding how our resilience-focused resources complement consultation services. We’ve recognized the need to make it easier for all of our consultant friends to navigate our website for the information, tools and resources they need. Check it out today!
Web page designed to support Head Start and Early Head Start programs
DCRC welcomes Head Start and Early Head Start professionals to a brand new web page that our team has created to support the Head Start community in understanding how our resilience-focused resources can help in meeting performance standards. We’ve recognized the need to make it easier for all of our Head Start and Early Head Start friends to navigate our website for the information, tools and resources they need. Check it out today!
How Parents Can Reduce Children's Challenging Behaviors [Webinar on Demand]
Early Childhood Mental Health Specialist and National Trainer Rachel Wagner, MSW, takes the FLIP IT! strategy and presents it in way that parents/guardians can understand, learn, and implement at home. Watch it now.
Top 5 Favorite Resilience-Building Strategies
Some of your DCRC team members put together their top five favorite resilience-building strategies, for infants, toddlers, preschoolers and adults! Be sure to check them out.
Gain some professional development at one of our upcoming events!
Advanced FLIP IT! Transforming Challenging Behavior
September 18 and 25, 2019
The I/ECMHC Crisis of Confidence
October 1 and 8, 2019
FLIP IT! Train-the-Trainer Session
October 17-18, 2019
$550/person (early bird)
DECA Program (Birth through Five) Implementation
October 22-23, 2019
$270/person (early bird)