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Safe and Sound: Caring in Our Community | Kids Serve Too!
Thu January 17, 2019: 11:00 am-12:30 pm ESTFree
About This Webinar:
Representative(s) from the Sesame Street Workshop explore trauma connected to community violence, highlight ways to help children cope, and focus on strategies that assist with self-care following a disturbing event.
This event is hosted by the Family Development concentration area of OneOp.
Antonio Freitas is the Senior Content Manager at Sesame Workshop. Here, he works to develop content and professional development resources and course for Sesame Street In Communities. Prior to joining the US Social Impact Team at Sesame, Antonio worked as an early childhood Deputy Director with The Children’s Aid Society in New York.
Sabrina Huda is the Senior Project Manager for various Sesame Workshop initiatives that reach our most vulnerable and underserved kids and their families. As such, she works with key partner organizations that are committed to helping all kids become smarter, stronger, and kinder.
Continuing Education Credit
UT Social Work CE Credits are no longer available for this webinar.
Case Management Continuing Education Credits from the Commission for Case Manager Certification are no longer available for this webinar. However, please click the button below to complete an evaluation to give us your feedback.
Certificates of completion are available for providers interested in documenting their training activities.
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Resource Discovery: Sesame Street for Military Families (Blog Post)
Kids Serve Too! Series
Kids Serve Too! is a webinar series designed to support service providers and education professionals who work with military children and families. This Sesame Street for Military Families and OneOp collaborative webinar series invites you to explore resources and strategies related to community violence, military relocation, military caregiving, and young children with special needs.
Learn more about the series, sign up for the mailing list and take a look at the other webinars in this series on the Kids Serve Too homepage!