Building Resilience in Early Care
Children are dealing with more stress than ever before, and research continues to show the significant impact that stress has on their emotional wellness. Even little ones can become overwhelmed with big emotions and they need our help learning how to cope. Strong4Life recognizes that early childhood professionals play a crucial role in setting a lifelong foundation for emotional development and resilience through responsive caregiving. The Strong4Life resilience training is designed to support early childhood professionals in fostering resilience in children starting at birth. We currently offer resilience training to outpatient pediatric primary care practices, schools, and other community partners.
The Strong4Life resilience training aims to:
- Normalize conversations about feelings.
- Provide education about supporting emotional development.
- Teach skills to help children identify, express, and manage feelings.
Why participate in the Resilience Training?
In addition to learning strategies to promote emotional development and build resilience in all children in our 1-hr training, early childhood professionals will also receive:
- 1-Feelings poster
- 1-Coping skills poster
- Education about Strong4Life web content that can be shared with families and staff members
Who should take the Strong4Life Resilience Training?
Georgia early childhood professionals who provide care to children from birth to 5 years of age, including (but not limited to) early care centers directors, assistant directors, teachers, and supportive staff, are invited to take the training.
Upcoming training events
In light of COVID-19, all Strong4Life training events will be hosted via Webex until further notice. New training dates and times will be added each month at the registration link below.
Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta is an approved entity by Bright from the Start: Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning.
This training has been approved for 1 hour of continuing education for early care and education professionals in Georgia, meeting Workforce Knowledge Competency 1.4. Certificates will be provided upon completion of the training and a post-training survey.
Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta planning committee members and content experts have no relevant financial relationship to declare. Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta did not receive commercial support for this continuing education activity.
In order to document your participation and provide continuing education credits, we need to collect private information, including your name and email address. Your information will not be shared or used for other purposes.