28 Aug Social And Emotional Health In Young Children
A child’s social and emotional skills, including the regulation of his or her emotions, capacity to solve problems and ability to interact with others have been identified as key factors in long-term academic and life success. With the support of CCR’s resources and education, parents and caregivers have the opportunity to enhance the social and emotional health of children in a variety of ways. Training is available for parents, caregivers and childcare professionals that cover topics such as serve and return, brain architecture, play-based learning, and other social and emotional skill development.
Family education and support
To ensure the success of our families, Child Care Resources and The United Way of Monmouth and Ocean Counties have teamed up with Neighborhood Lit in an effort to strengthen our communities and support families together. The value of our village is that we can share our knowledge with everyone.
Parents and childcare givers are welcome to join us for family engagement activities, as well as an array of support materials and resources. We are inviting caregivers to join us on August 29th for a fun-filled session to discuss how simple brain-building techniques can have a positive outcome for the children they care for.
Registration on https://njccis.com/njccis/home is required. Please call or email Kelly Acanfora at 732-918-9901, ext 135 or firstname.lastname@example.org any questions.
We want every family to be connected to their community and to other parents. This is how we build our village. This is why we care.
Child Care Resources…Working Within Our Community To Put Children First!
United Way of Monmouth and Ocean Counties…Every child is successful, every family is financially stable, and every community we serve is stronger.