Mar
20
Wed
Ohio Healthy Programs Training Session 1: Healthy Habits @ Gordon Square - Centers for Families and Children
Mar 20 @ 9:00 am – 11:30 am

Healthy Habits- ST# 10079202.   This session focuses on supporting teachers to build healthy habits in early learning environments.  This is Part 3.  You must attend all four parts to receive credit.

Part 1 – The importance of providing physical activity opportunities in child care settings will be stressed.

Part 2 – The role of how adults support children in feeding and eating will be discussed. Participants will learn basic nutrition and tips on how to encourage new foods in a healthy manner.

Part 3 – Participants will discuss what constitutes a healthy body weight for children. Ideas for healthy growing will be further explored through discussion of how healthy food can be grown in child care settings.

Part 4 – This last session of the Healthy Habits series focuses on strategies to encourage parent outreach.

Training is free, participants will receive 10 Ohio Approved Step Up hours upon completion of ALL FOUR classes in the session.


Target audience:

  • Early Care and Education Providers
  • Agencies and Organizations

Registration information:

To register click here.  

For more information, contact: Theresa Henderson at 216-201-2001 ext. 1552 or thenderson@ccbh.net

Website: www.earlyageshealthystages.org

Ohio Healthy Programs Training Session 1: Healthy Habits @ Gordon Square - Centers for Families and Children
Mar 20 @ 12:00 pm – 2:30 pm

Healthy Habits- ST# 10079202.   This session focuses on supporting teachers to build healthy habits in early learning environments.  This is Part 4.  You must attend all four parts to receive credit.

Part 1 – The importance of providing physical activity opportunities in child care settings will be stressed.

Part 2 – The role of how adults support children in feeding and eating will be discussed. Participants will learn basic nutrition and tips on how to encourage new foods in a healthy manner.

Part 3 – Participants will discuss what constitutes a healthy body weight for children. Ideas for healthy growing will be further explored through discussion of how healthy food can be grown in child care settings.

Part 4 – This last session of the Healthy Habits series focuses on strategies to encourage parent outreach.

Training is free, participants will receive 10 Ohio Approved Step Up hours upon completion of ALL FOUR classes in the session.


Target audience:

  • Early Care and Education Providers
  • Agencies and Organizations

Registration information:

To register click here.  

For more information, contact: Theresa Henderson at 216-201-2001 ext. 1552 or thenderson@ccbh.net

Website: www.earlyageshealthystages.org

Mar
21
Thu
ACEs and Toxic Stress: Rewriting the Story for the Next Generation @ Global Center for Health Innovation Atrium Ballroom
Mar 21 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm

Over the last several years, healthcare providers and researchers are exploring the link between adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and physical health, mental health, and addiction. The first study, published in 1998, found that children who experience ACEs (everything from divorce, domestic violence, and physical, sexual, and/or emotional abuse) are more likely to suffer from “toxic stress” which can increase their risk of developing heart disease, diabetes, cancer, and other costly and potentially debilitating health conditions as an adult.

Pediatrician Dr. Nadine Burke Harris has emerged as one of the strongest voices advocating for a public health campaign addressing ACEs and their potential effects on long-term health. She has developed screening methods to treat families and children experiencing toxic stress. Her work was featured in the documentary Resilience which debuted at the 2016 Cleveland International Film Festival.

Given that two-thirds of Americans experience at least one significant ACE, what does this mean for long-term health of Americans? What is being done—both in Cleveland and around the country—to properly diagnose and treat the physical, mental, and emotional effects of toxic stress?

A Community Viewing of “Resilience: The Biology of Stress & The Science of Hope” @ HIMSS Innovation Center Global Center for Health Innovation
Mar 21 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

A Community Viewing of “Resilience: The Biology of Stress & The Science of Hope”

2:00 Documentary Viewing

3:00 Remarks and Q&A by Dr. Nadine Burke Harris, Surgeon General of California, CEO of Center for Youth Wellness, Pediatrician

Researchers have discovered a dangerous biological syndrome caused by abuse and neglect during childhood. As the documentary Resilience reveals, toxic stress can trigger hormones that wreak havoc on the brains and bodies of children, putting them at a greater risk for disease, homelessness, prison time, and early death. While the broader impacts of poverty worsen the risk, no segment of society is immune. Resilience, however, also chronicles the dawn of a movement that is determined to fight back. Trailblazers in pediatrics, education, and social welfare are using cutting-edge science and field-tested therapies to protect children from the insidious effects of toxic stress—and the dark legacy of a childhood that no child would choose.

 

 

Mar
22
Fri
Ohio Ready to Learn Workshops @ Cuyahoga ESC
Mar 22 @ 9:30 am – 4:00 pm

Ohio Ready to Learn Workshops   

Approved for 6 hours of Ohio Approved/SUTQ hours – FREE!

Register here.

Phase 1:  Reducing Stress and Building Resilience

This workshop will help early childhood educators and providers to identify personal stress triggers and develop strategies to cope with stress and practice mindfulness.  Participants will also practice multiple teaching strategies that will support young children’s self-regulation skills and positive social behaviors.

 

Phase 2:  Teaching Persistence

This workshop  for early childhood educators and providers will focus on multiple teaching strategies that will support young children’s persistence in carrying out challenging tasks including self-help skills such as buttoning, typing, and zipping.

 

Phase 3:  STEM Everywhere Every Day

Everyday routines can provide wonderful opportunities to incorporate STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) learning into a child’s day in meaningful and relevant ways.  Explore resources and strategies that will engage young children in age-appropriate, STEM-related activities that connect to everyday routines.

Mar
23
Sat
Ohio Healthy Programs Training Session 1: Healthy Habits @ Cuyahoga County Parma Heights Library
Mar 23 @ 9:30 am – 12:00 pm

Healthy Habits- ST# 10078219.   This session focuses on supporting teachers to build healthy habits in early learning environments.  This is Part 1.  You must attend all four parts to receive credit.

Part 1 – The importance of providing physical activity opportunities in child care settings will be stressed.

Part 2 – The role of how adults support children in feeding and eating will be discussed. Participants will learn basic nutrition and tips on how to encourage new foods in a healthy manner.

Part 3 – Participants will discuss what constitutes a healthy body weight for children. Ideas for healthy growing will be further explored through discussion of how healthy food can be grown in child care settings.

Part 4 – This last session of the Healthy Habits series focuses on strategies to encourage parent outreach.

Training is free, participants will receive 10 Ohio Approved Step Up hours upon completion of ALL FOUR classes in the session.


Target audience:

  • Early Care and Education Providers
  • Agencies and Organizations

Registration information:

To register click here.  

For more information, contact: Theresa Henderson at 216-201-2001 ext. 1552 or thenderson@ccbh.net

Website: www.earlyageshealthystages.org

Ohio Healthy Programs Training Session 1: Healthy Habits @ Cuyahoga County Parma Heights Library
Mar 23 @ 12:30 pm – 3:00 pm

Healthy Habits- ST# 10078219.   This session focuses on supporting teachers to build healthy habits in early learning environments.  This is Part 2.  You must attend all four parts to receive credit.

Part 1 – The importance of providing physical activity opportunities in child care settings will be stressed.

Part 2 – The role of how adults support children in feeding and eating will be discussed. Participants will learn basic nutrition and tips on how to encourage new foods in a healthy manner.

Part 3 – Participants will discuss what constitutes a healthy body weight for children. Ideas for healthy growing will be further explored through discussion of how healthy food can be grown in child care settings.

Part 4 – This last session of the Healthy Habits series focuses on strategies to encourage parent outreach.

Training is free, participants will receive 10 Ohio Approved Step Up hours upon completion of ALL FOUR classes in the session.


Target audience:

  • Early Care and Education Providers
  • Agencies and Organizations

Registration information:

To register click here.  

For more information, contact: Theresa Henderson at 216-201-2001 ext. 1552 or thenderson@ccbh.net

Website: www.earlyageshealthystages.org

Mar
30
Sat
Ohio Ready to Learn Workshops @ Maple Heights Library
Mar 30 @ 9:30 am – 4:00 pm

Ohio Ready to Learn Workshops   

Approved for 6 hours of Ohio Approved/SUTQ hours – FREE!

Register here.

Phase 1:  Reducing Stress and Building Resilience

This workshop will help early childhood educators and providers to identify personal stress triggers and develop strategies to cope with stress and practice mindfulness.  Participants will also practice multiple teaching strategies that will support young children’s self-regulation skills and positive social behaviors.

 

Phase 2:  Teaching Persistence

This workshop  for early childhood educators and providers will focus on multiple teaching strategies that will support young children’s persistence in carrying out challenging tasks including self-help skills such as buttoning, typing, and zipping.

 

Phase 3:  STEM Everywhere Every Day

Everyday routines can provide wonderful opportunities to incorporate STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) learning into a child’s day in meaningful and relevant ways.  Explore resources and strategies that will engage young children in age-appropriate, STEM-related activities that connect to everyday routines.

Apr
6
Sat
Ohio Ready to Learn Workshops @ Parma Heights Library
Apr 6 @ 9:30 am – 4:00 pm

Ohio Ready to Learn Workshops   

Approved for 6 hours of Ohio Approved/SUTQ hours – FREE!

Register here.

Phase 1:  Reducing Stress and Building Resilience

This workshop will help early childhood educators and providers to identify personal stress triggers and develop strategies to cope with stress and practice mindfulness.  Participants will also practice multiple teaching strategies that will support young children’s self-regulation skills and positive social behaviors.

 

Phase 2:  Teaching Persistence

This workshop  for early childhood educators and providers will focus on multiple teaching strategies that will support young children’s persistence in carrying out challenging tasks including self-help skills such as buttoning, typing, and zipping.

 

Phase 3:  STEM Everywhere Every Day

Everyday routines can provide wonderful opportunities to incorporate STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) learning into a child’s day in meaningful and relevant ways.  Explore resources and strategies that will engage young children in age-appropriate, STEM-related activities that connect to everyday routines.

Apr
12
Fri
Early Ages Healthy Stages Coalition Meeting @ Cuyahoga Community College - Main Campus
Apr 12 @ 9:30 am – 11:30 am

Monthly meeting of the Early Ages Healthy Stages Coalition

Meeting is in the Creative Arts Building – Blackbox Room

Parking is available in lot 5.

Target audience:

  •  Parents and Families
  •  Early Care and Education Providers
  •  Health Care Professionals
  •  Agencies and Organizations
  •  Community members

 

For more information, contact: Shayla L. Davis at 216-201-2001 ext. 1514 or info@earlyageshealthystages.org