May 27, 2020

Supporting Children and Families Enduring Traumatic Experiences

Join Sesame Workshop and Brazelton Touchpoints Center on June 10 for their 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, Brazelton Touchpoints Center and Sesame Workshop will address the importance of helping children feel safe, secure, and hopeful, and encouraging parents and families to take care of themselves. Presenters will share 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.


To register and learn more, visit the event webpage.


February 12, 2019

Fostering Inclusive Spaces for Children of All Abilities

Join APOST at United Way’s Pittsburgh Office for this eye-opening and interactive workshop, tailored to increase awareness about disabilities, and to share different ways to make your program space more inclusive for children with disabilities.

With her firsthand experience living with a disability and parenting a child with a disability too, guest presenter, Michelle Walker, of Lend An Ear Consulting, will be here to help participants navigate this important topic for Out-of-School Time providers. Questions are encouraged.

Objectives of this workshop are:

  • Participants will learn and discuss the various types of disabilities, both visible and invisible.
  • Participants will explore ways to be more inclusive, more accessible and welcoming for all.


To register, visit their event page.


For questions, contact APOST at 412.456.6876 or