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Keeping Children Safe in Times that Don’t Feel Safe

Keeping Children Safe in Times that Don’t Feel Safe

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In early childhood children depend on adults for their physical, social,
sexual and emotional safety. The lessons children begin to learn from their parents, in school, and from their own observations and experiences help them develop behaviors, feelings and attitudes, both about themselves and their environment, that builds their good judgment. It is this good judgment that helps to keep them safe as they get older. Let’s come together to discuss the thinking, trends and behaviors that keep children safe and build resiliency.
 
On April 29th Twin Parks Montessori School hosted a presentation by Fern Fisher, MA. MS, LCSW.  Fern is a social worker specializing in early childhood mental health.
 
Please listen to the audio recording of Fern Fisher’s presentation.

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