Presentation Title

Strengthening Families through the Promotion of Social and Emotional Competence in Children

Primary Presenter Brief Bio

  • Technical Assistant Coordinator at Savannah Technical College

Type of Presentation

Regular Session

Location

Room 2911

Topic Category

Strand 8: Family Child Care Track

Targeted Age Group

Adult Learners

Targeted Audience

Child Care Center, Family Child Care

Brief Session Description

Social emotional competence takes several years to develop and many times children do not have positive role models helping them to develop these necessary skills. But, when these skills are in place, children’s development in all domains can continue to stay on track and the incidence of abuse can be decreased as children are displaying more appropriate behaviors. By implementing Strengthening Families in child and family-serving agencies throughout Georgia, we can create interactions and interventions that are intentional, purposeful, and focused on increasing the positive child development outcomes and decreasing the likelihood of child abuse and neglect.

Full Session Description

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Start Date

28-1-2017 8:45 AM

End Date

28-1-2017 10:45 AM

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Jan 28th, 8:45 AM Jan 28th, 10:45 AM

Strengthening Families through the Promotion of Social and Emotional Competence in Children

Room 2911

Social emotional competence takes several years to develop and many times children do not have positive role models helping them to develop these necessary skills. But, when these skills are in place, children’s development in all domains can continue to stay on track and the incidence of abuse can be decreased as children are displaying more appropriate behaviors. By implementing Strengthening Families in child and family-serving agencies throughout Georgia, we can create interactions and interventions that are intentional, purposeful, and focused on increasing the positive child development outcomes and decreasing the likelihood of child abuse and neglect.