Establishing Trauma Informed Practices in Early Learning Environments
Early care and education providers work with diverse groups of students from all walks of life. Statistics show that 26% percent of children living in America will experience some sort of trauma in their life before the age of four. This course introduces the concept of trauma in the lives of young children and focuses on ways to incorporate trauma-informed practices into the environment and interactions with children.
Georgia, Kentucky, Nevada, New York
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