Supporting Mental Health Upon Return to School During Covid-19

Posted on July 1st, 2020

The Early Childhood Collaborative of Southington hosted this presentation for the childcare providers in town.

Supporting Children’s,  Families’ and Staff’s Mental Health Upon Return to School During Covid-19
Presented: June 25, 2020 via Zoom (apologies for the sound quality during portions of the presentation.)
Presenter: Julie Condit, Early Childhood Consultant, Early Childhood Consultation Partnership at Wheeler Clinic

 

View the video of the presentation on our YouTube channel.

Presentation slides: Supporting Children’s, Families’ and Staff’s Mental Health Upon Return to School During Covid-19 (PDF)

Taking Care of Yourself Checklist  (PDF)

Greeting Board (PDF)

Going back to school Social Story (PDF)

The Early Childhood Consultation Partnership (ECCP®) is a strengths-based, mental health consultation program, developed to meet the social/emotional needs of children birth to five. ECCP® is designed to build the capacity of caregivers by offering support, education, and consultation, which promotes the most enduring and optimal outcomes for young child.
ECCP is supported by the Connecticut Office of Early Childhood. There are ECCP consultants assigned to each geographic area and Julie Condit covers Southington.
http://www.eccpct.com/

This mental health workshop is part of the ECCS’s Southington Community Well-Being Grant Initiative funded by the Bradley Henry Barnes & Leila Upson Barnes Memorial Trust at the Main Street Community Foundation.