Webinar Series: Reducing Toxic Stress and Increasing Resilience in Wisconsin’s Young Children

Join Early Childhood Comprehensive Systems (ECCS) and partners for a webinar series featuring experts from Wisconsin and around the nation. This series is intended to heighten awareness of the importance of early childhood social and emotional development, along with highlighting relevant state and national programs and initiatives.

  • December 16, 2015
    Early Head Start/Head Start & Nurse Partnership

    To access a recordng of this webinar: https://connect.wisconsin.gov/p6hy8tatts4/

  • August 19, 2015
    Healthy Families America & Parents as Teachers Home Visiting Models
    Presented by Deb Blackstone, Family Resource Center, Rhinelander, and Wendy Schwalbe, Family Services NEW, Oshkosh
    To access a recording of this webinar: https://connect.wisconsin.gov/p9oss8nxfc6/

  • June 17, 2015
    Home Visiting and Trauma Informed Care
    Presented by Leslie McAllister, Home Visiting Coordinator, Department of Child & Families, and Kim Eithun, Operations Lead, Office of Children's Mental Health
    To access a recording of this webinar: https://connect.wisconsin.gov/p3xfmw3hzyo/
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  • April 8, 2015
    Wisconsin Trauma Project

    Presented by Carrie Finkbiner, Wisconsin Trauma Project Coordinator
    To access a recording of this webinar: https://connect.wisconsin.gov/p4v3x7vs7qf/

     
  • March 4, 2015
    Trauma Informed Care – State & Local Implementation

    Presented by Scott Webb, UW-Madison, Department of Psychiatry Trauma Informed Care Coordinator, and Kasey Kaepernick, Waupaca County Dept. Health and Human Services Trauma Informed Care Coordinator
    To access a recording of this webinar: https://connect.wisconsin.gov/p4bytxby7cb/
     
  • February 17, 2015
    Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) Interface

    Presented by Sara Daniel, Director of Clinical Services and Staff Development, SaintA Inc.
    To access a recording of this webinar: https://connect.wisconsin.gov/p1nwm89ht7d/

     
  • February 4, 2015
    Neurorelational Framework (NRF) for Community System’s Change
    Presented by Dr. Connie Lillas, Director, Interdisciplinary Training Institute National Graduate Zero to Three Fellow; Co-author, The NRF
    To access a recording of this webinar: https://connect.wisconsin.gov/p1zlq7fb227/

     
  • January 21, 2015
    Pyramid Model – Program Implementation & Parents Interacting With Infants (PIWI)
    Presented by Lana Nenide, Executive Director, Wisconsin Alliance for Infant Mental Health
    To access a recording of this webinar: https://connect.wisconsin.gov/p2xmrze4d8h/

  • January 7, 2015
    Community Systems of Care to Foster Young Children’s Social Emotional Development

    To access a recording of this webinar: https://connect.wisconsin.gov/p9k6vwgfjr6/

 

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