Join RAEYC on October 15 for the second program in our year-long series on Family and Culture,
Absentee Family Members:The Effects on Young Children.
Join us on Tuesday, October 15 for this panel presentation and discussion concerning behavioral, social, emotional, and academic issues of young children with absent family members (i.e. military leave, death, long term hospitalization, incarceration, divorce) AND the challenges faced by adults who care for and teach young children. Audience members are encouraged to participate during the session with questions/concerns regarding this important topic.
Panel Presenters joining us will be…
Dr.Jody Manly, Clinical Director, Research Associate, with the Mt. Hope Family Center and Assistant Professor with the University of Rochester
Nancy Johnstone, Kindergarten Teacher with Hilton Central School District
Paula Busch, Social Worker, Webster Central Schools and Facilitator of District Crisis Team
Absentee Family Members:The Effects on Young Children is the second in the 2013-2014 series of RAEYC Professional Development sessions! This year’s theme – Family and Culture – is focusing on the early childhood professionals’ ability to respect and support the preservation of children and families’ home languages, cultural backgrounds, and childrearing beliefs, goals, and practices. We hope that you will join us for these invaluable upcoming professional development sessions.
Tuesday, October 15, 2013
Cornell Cooperative Extension
249 Highland Ave, Rochester, NY 14620
Members free, non-members $10
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