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We live in a stress-filled world. Stress is something that affects all of us from the youngest to the oldest. While some stress is necessary and positive; too much stress can be toxic. Come learn how the brain develops, our biological need for relationships, and how positive social experiences can buffer the negative effects of stress. Discover the three types of stress responses, the effects of stress on early development and learning, and practical strategies that classroom teachers can use every day to reduce stress responses in the preschool children in your care and for yourself.
Presenter: Pam Pace, Education Specialist
Cost: $25 (Includes Part 1 and Part 2)
Credit: 0.5 CEU / 5 contact hours
Registration: www.childcareresourcesinc.org to register and pay. You MUST attend both Part 1 & Part 2
Check out the first of many videos showing what some community members are doing to deliver the 5 promises to the children of Henderson County.
Check out the Children & Family Resource Video and find out more about what we do here at the center…
Here are some photos from out Harvest Dinner. A big thanks to everyone who cam out and supported Children & Family Resource Center!
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