United Way of Marathon County and the Marathon County Early Coalition will be hosting a four-part series online titled: “Helping Transition Children, Youth and Their Families to the Next Normal” each Tuesday in May from 7:00pm – 8:00pm. This is a free, virtual offering. You can register for 1 or all 4. View the flyer here.
The first presentation is on Tuesday, May 4, 2021 with Eric P. Hartwig from Mindfield, LLC and Author of the b.e.s.t Universal Screening Supporting Social, Emotional and Behavioral Health: How you can help. Social and emotional learning is not a curriculum, it is “lived learning” guided by deliberate practice with effective caregiving. Families and school staff can have a dramatic and powerful influence on a child’s behavioral, emotional and social development, particularly when the timing, content and level of support matches a child’s needs.
Join us for a conversation on how you can help children adapt and build capacity to manage their world.
Registration is free and required to receive a link via email the day before. Register here: https://www.unitedwaymc.org/EYCSeries
The mission of the Early Years Coalition is to ensure child and family wellbeing through a coordinated county-wide effort which maximizes resources, focuses on evidence-based practices, and advocates for early childhood success.