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Join us for our December series, Wellness Wednesdays. These sessions are appropriate for all! Register today at bit.ly/3fh1z95 or scan the QR code.

Wellness WednesdaysDec 2, 6:00pmbit.ly/3fh1z95Mridula Kamra will lead us through meditation sessions on December 2nd and December 16th.

On December 9th, Mental Health America will have a session on Educator Self-Care and Burnout. Participants will learn about the risks of burnout, treating burnout, caring for oneself, and maintaining a work/life balance. Those who complete this workshop will leave with an action plan to treat their stress and care for themselves. Student well-being and academic success depend on the stability and well-being of teachers and caregivers. This highly interactive 75 min workshop will focus on self-care and stress reduction for educators and other caregivers. New skills can be applied immediately, and many activities can be used with students.
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Wellness Wednesdays

Wellness WednesdaysDec 2, 6:00pmbit.ly/3fh1z95Mridula Kamra will lead us through meditation sessions on December 2nd and December 16th.

On December 9th, Mental Health America will have a session on Educator Self-Care and Burnout. Participants will learn about the risks of burnout, treating burnout, caring for oneself, and maintaining a work/life balance. Those who complete this workshop will leave with an action plan to treat their stress and care for themselves. Student well-being and academic success depend on the stability and well-being of teachers and caregivers. This highly interactive 75 min workshop will focus on self-care and stress reduction for educators and other caregivers. New skills can be applied immediately, and many activities can be used with students.
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Wellness Wednesdays

The COVID-19 pandemic has had far-reaching implications for teaching and learning, particularly for children with disabilities and special health care needs who have experienced new levels of disconnection from their schools and disruptions in critical health services. For this reason, the Association of Maternal and Child Health Programs and Child Trends are recruiting general and special educators, paraprofessionals, school nurses, school counselors, and school psychologists to participate in an initiative to develop a comprehensive statement of principles to guide states in better supporting the health of children with disabilities and children with special health care needs. Participants would take part in a virtual expert panel to help us determine the necessary scope of this statement and shape the content of the principles. The 90-minute virtual panel will take place Friday, November 19, 2020, from 5:00p – 6:30 EST. Please RSVP with Kristen Harper, kharper@childtrends.org. ... See MoreSee Less

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