•  November 14, 2024
     9:00 am - 3:00 pm

Creating “I CAN!” Kids: Fostering Resilience in Young Children with Disabilities and At-Risk Factors

Learning Level 2: Intermediate/Application

Intended Audience – Administrators, ECSE/General Educators, Paraeducators, Family Members, Family Educators, Psychologists, Social Workers, SLPs, OT/PTs

Description – Often defined as the ability to bounce back from life’s challenges, resilience is a protective factor for mental health. Unfortunately, having a disability or being exposed to adverse experiences puts children at risk for mood disorders, negative social interactions, and decreased resiliency. But all is not lost! Join us to discover what we can and must do to foster resiliency in young children with disabilities and those who are at risk. Come away with an understanding of the key resiliency-building factors and strategies to implement each of them, so you can make a powerfully positive difference in the lives of your students.

There will be a one-hour lunch break beginning around 11:45am.

Continuing Education – This training will provide 5 contact hours for the following:

  • Educator License Renewal
  • CDA (Child Development Associate) credit in area(s) 3
  • CE credit for SLP, SW, LCPC, PT, and OT professionals
  • Gateways to Opportunity credit in area E (Org. ID# B40093, Event ID# )

Full attendance is required to receive a certificate.

Presenter(s)

  • Elizabeth Frisbie
    Elizabeth Frisbie has worked with young children, their families and educators for over 25 years as a psychotherapist, behavior specialist, mental health consultant and parent educator. She holds masters degrees in education and clinical child/family psychology and the Infant/Early Childhood Mental Health Credential and is a certified parent educator. Elizabeth has completed advanced training in early childhood special education, play therapy and reflective practice.

Venue:  

Address:
940 West Fremont Street, Galesburg, Illinois, 61401, United States

Free Registration