View this webinar for information and resources on how staff can support families’ mental health, including families experiencing mental health concerns such as depression.
Explore strategies teachers can use in the classroom to prevent challenging behaviors in young children with disabilities.
Motivational interviewing is a collaborative conversation to learn about and strengthen an individual’s motivation for changing behavior.
Explore this Technical Assistance Paper that assists in understanding how social and emotional development of infants and toddlers helps parents and staff to develop proactive strategies for supporting them.
Review the process of developing a support plan for children with disabilities. Explore timing, implementation, and support for teachers.
Learn ways to redirect a child’s challenging behavior before it escalates.
Nationwide, early childhood programs are being encouraged to implement policies to reduce and eliminate preschool expulsion.
Head Start teachers often struggle to support children with challenging behavior in the classroom. This webinar will shift the focus from reaching to misbehavior to proactive planning for child’s success. This session offers strategies for teachers as well as free and accessible resources for supervisors.
Biting is a common but upsetting behavior of toddlers. It is important for parents to address biting when it occurs. This fact sheet provides tips for parents and program staff on how to better understand issues around biting.
Programs should have a comprehensive discipline policy that includes developmentally appropriate social-emotional and behavioral health promotion practices as well as discipline and intervention procedures that provide specific guidance on what caregivers/teachers and programs should do to prevent and respond to challenging behaviors.