As states begin to re-open their economies and some families, providers, and children return to work or school, we are all taking stock of the ways the pandemic and economic crisis have changed our lives. For some, the pandemic has brought real trauma, including the loss of loved ones, isolation from family and friends, and greater financial insecurity. Children and parents everywhere find comfort in knowing they are loved, cared for, and valued in everyday ways.
Join the Brazelton Touchpoints Center and Sesame Workshop for our third webinar in the Caring For Each Other series to explore Resources on Supporting Children and Families Enduring Traumatic Experiences. Together with early childhood experts from Abriendo Puertas and the United Way Greater Houston Bright Beginnings Program, we’ll address the importance of helping children feel safe, secure, and hopeful, and encouraging parents and families to take care of themselves. We’ll also show you some of Sesame Workshop’s easy-to-use and accessible resources that remind children—and families—of the circle of care that surrounds them.
This webinar will include content in both Spanish and English.
Joshua Sparrow, MD
Executive Director, Brazelton Touchpoints Center
Director, United Way Greater Houston Bright Beginnings Program
Senior Content Manager, U.S. Social Impact, Sesame Workshop
Assistant Vice President, U.S. Social Impact Team, Sesame Workshop
National Director of Strategic Partnerships, Abriendo Puertas/Opening Doors