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PCAN 7: Supportive Responses to Troubled Parent-Child Interactions (E-2012-0122-0203)
Sat June 23, 2012 9:00 AM
In their daily work with parents and children, child care professionals have a unique window into families’ strengths and challenges. This session presents strategies that child care providers can use to support positive parenting and to intervene when providers witness troubled interactions in families.
Sponsor and trainers
Clock hours and credentials
Number of clock hours:
No additional credentials
Jefferson Regional Medical Center
1400 Highway 61 S ROOM B Crystal City MO 63109 County: Jefferson Lat: 38.5855 Lng: -90.2929
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Description of costs
For a limited time, we are offering this workshop for free.
Mail payment to:
University City Children's Center
Attn: Training Coordinator 6646 Vernon Ave. St. Louis MO 63130 County: St. Louis Registration information
When registering online, you must still print out your registration form and mail it to the address below.
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No cancelation policy provided. Training categories
Administrators from child care centers/preschools/out-of-school time sites
Family child care owners and staff
Staff from child care centers/preschools/out-of-school time sites
Age group focus
Infants (0 to 12mo)
Toddlers (13 to 35mo)
Training Content Level
Level 1 - New to the field with little or no specialized training
4.2.1.d.0. "Identifies ways to support the relationship between children and their families. "
5.1.1.b.0. "Identifies, documents, and reports suspected child abuse and neglect as mandated by law."
5.1.1.c.0. "Responds calmly and effectively to a crisis."
CDA Subject Area
Strategies to establish productive relationships with families
Planning a safe, healthy, learning environment
* Registration counts change frequently and may not reflect the actual registration status.