Date: 1/11/2019, 9:00 am—3:00 pm
County: Alameda County
Sponsor: Family Paths, Inc.
This training is for transdisciplinary providers working in healthcare, early care & education and other systems where the well-being of infants, young children and families is a primary focus. Through the use of PowerPoint presentation, interactive exercises, media, and vignettes, this seminar will explore scientific and cultural perspectives of sleep within the early years of life. Participants will learn the typical developmental expectations of sleep. Participants will be informed on how the caregiving relationship can impact and promote healthy sleep habits. The instructor will infuse a trauma-informed approach in this training to support participants in assessing and expanding their current skills and knowledge. Participants will learn to guide caregivers in using the right responsive and nurturing strategies for the children they care for at bedtime.
The Registration Link is: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/shhh-sweet-dreams-understanding-healthy-sleep-habits-in-early-childhood-registration-53367911861