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IECMH Guiding Principles Webinar #3: Relationships, Well-Being and Individuality

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Examine the foundational link between caregivers’ mental health and the overall health of infants, toddlers, and young children and discover ways to collaborate with and support caregivers.
IECMH Guiding Principles Webinar #3: Relationships, Well-Being and Individuality

Dive deep into ZERO TO THREE’s IECMH Guiding Principles #5 through #8 with Noelle Hause, emphasizing the pivotal role of relationships, in children’s emotional, social, and developmental well-being:

  1. Infants, toddlers, and young children develop in the context of relationships that contribute to their emotional, social, and developmental well-being.
  1. Parents/caregivers want the best for their children.
  1. A key foundation for IECMH is the mental health of adults who care.
  1. Each infant is unique. The broad range of individual differences among children contributes to variability in the timing of developmental milestones.

Learner Objectives: As a result of participating in this course, participants will be able to…

  • Recall the ZERO TO THREE’s IECMH Guiding Principles #5 through #8.
  • Summarize how the broad range of individual differences among children contributes to a variability in the timing of developmental milestones.
  • Articulate the connection between caregivers’ mental health and the overall well-being of infants, toddlers, and young children.
  • Identify ways to collaborate with and support caregivers.

 

Access to the IECMH Guiding Principles webinar and its materials closes 30 days after the webinar.

All evaluations and quizzes needed to earn credit must be completed before that time. Completed Certificates are available through your eLearn Dashboard.

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