Workforce Development

Brain Development*

Mar 7, 2016

This session will provide participants with a vital understanding of brain development and how to actively support its development.

Brain development is one of the most amazing processes of growth and change in the human body. It is a lifelong process, which is especially rapid during the earliest months and years of life. Understanding how the brain develops and affects young children’s thoughts, feelings, and behavior is essential to providing high-quality care. This session will provide participants with a vital understanding of brain development and how to actively support its development. Participants will learn about brain development research and explore how our earliest experiences and relationships in life play a critical role in a young child’s ability to grow up healthy and ready to learn.

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*This session is available in Spanish.

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