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December 14, 2021

Strengths-Based Family Engagement Workshop Series

Are you interested in connecting with families about their child’s care and development? Join Brazelton Touchpoints Center for their upcoming professional development, “Strengths-Based Family Engagement Workshop Series.” Each workshop is 90 minutes, includes a certificate of attendance, and offers live Spanish translation. Participants may register online to attend live or receive recordings of each session.

Additional Information

Workshop 1: A View from All Sides: Perspective-Taking to Support Family Engagement

Workshop 2: Choosing Your Attitude: Using Strength-Based Family Assumptions

Workshop 3: I Hear You: Active Listening to Engage Families

Workshop 4: The Power of Observation: Connecting with Families Through the Child’s Behavior

Workshop 5: Valuing Passion: Connecting with Families Around What They Care About

About Brazelton Touchpoints Center

The Brazelton Touchpoints Center provides professional and leadership development, organizational learning and change, and research and evaluation for family-facing professionals in pediatrics, early childhood, infant mental health, children’s libraries and museums, home visiting, and child welfare. The Brazelton Touchpoints Center is home to the Touchpoints Approach, the Brazelton Institute (the Newborn Behavioral Observations system and the Neonatal Behavioral Assessment Scale), Family Connections, the Indigenous Early Learning Collaborative, and the BTC Research and Evaluation team.

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December 7, 2021

Strengths-Based Family Engagement Workshop Series

Are you interested in connecting with families about their child’s care and development? Join Brazelton Touchpoints Center for their upcoming professional development, “Strengths-Based Family Engagement Workshop Series.” Each workshop is 90 minutes, includes a certificate of attendance, and offers live Spanish translation. Participants may register online to attend live or receive recordings of each session.

Additional Information

Workshop 1: A View from All Sides: Perspective-Taking to Support Family Engagement

Workshop 2: Choosing Your Attitude: Using Strength-Based Family Assumptions

Workshop 3: I Hear You: Active Listening to Engage Families

Workshop 4: The Power of Observation: Connecting with Families Through the Child’s Behavior

Workshop 5: Valuing Passion: Connecting with Families Around What They Care About

About Brazelton Touchpoints Center

The Brazelton Touchpoints Center provides professional and leadership development, organizational learning and change, and research and evaluation for family-facing professionals in pediatrics, early childhood, infant mental health, children’s libraries and museums, home visiting, and child welfare. The Brazelton Touchpoints Center is home to the Touchpoints Approach, the Brazelton Institute (the Newborn Behavioral Observations system and the Neonatal Behavioral Assessment Scale), Family Connections, the Indigenous Early Learning Collaborative, and the BTC Research and Evaluation team.

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November 30, 2021

Strengths-Based Family Engagement Workshop Series

Are you interested in connecting with families about their child’s care and development? Join Brazelton Touchpoints Center for their upcoming professional development, “Strengths-Based Family Engagement Workshop Series.” Each workshop is 90 minutes, includes a certificate of attendance, and offers live Spanish translation. Participants may register online to attend live or receive recordings of each session.

Additional Information

Workshop 1: A View from All Sides: Perspective-Taking to Support Family Engagement

Workshop 2: Choosing Your Attitude: Using Strength-Based Family Assumptions

Workshop 3: I Hear You: Active Listening to Engage Families

Workshop 4: The Power of Observation: Connecting with Families Through the Child’s Behavior

Workshop 5: Valuing Passion: Connecting with Families Around What They Care About

About Brazelton Touchpoints Center

The Brazelton Touchpoints Center provides professional and leadership development, organizational learning and change, and research and evaluation for family-facing professionals in pediatrics, early childhood, infant mental health, children’s libraries and museums, home visiting, and child welfare. The Brazelton Touchpoints Center is home to the Touchpoints Approach, the Brazelton Institute (the Newborn Behavioral Observations system and the Neonatal Behavioral Assessment Scale), Family Connections, the Indigenous Early Learning Collaborative, and the BTC Research and Evaluation team.

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November 16, 2021

Strengths-Based Family Engagement Workshop Series

Are you interested in connecting with families about their child’s care and development? Join Brazelton Touchpoints Center for their upcoming professional development, “Strengths-Based Family Engagement Workshop Series.” Each workshop is 90 minutes, includes a certificate of attendance, and offers live Spanish translation. Participants may register online to attend live or receive recordings of each session.

Additional Information

Workshop 1: A View from All Sides: Perspective-Taking to Support Family Engagement

Workshop 2: Choosing Your Attitude: Using Strength-Based Family Assumptions

Workshop 3: I Hear You: Active Listening to Engage Families

Workshop 4: The Power of Observation: Connecting with Families Through the Child’s Behavior

Workshop 5: Valuing Passion: Connecting with Families Around What They Care About

About Brazelton Touchpoints Center

The Brazelton Touchpoints Center provides professional and leadership development, organizational learning and change, and research and evaluation for family-facing professionals in pediatrics, early childhood, infant mental health, children’s libraries and museums, home visiting, and child welfare. The Brazelton Touchpoints Center is home to the Touchpoints Approach, the Brazelton Institute (the Newborn Behavioral Observations system and the Neonatal Behavioral Assessment Scale), Family Connections, the Indigenous Early Learning Collaborative, and the BTC Research and Evaluation team.

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November 9, 2021

Strengths-Based Family Engagement Workshop Series

Are you interested in connecting with families about their child’s care and development? Join Brazelton Touchpoints Center for their upcoming professional development, “Strengths-Based Family Engagement Workshop Series.” Each workshop is 90 minutes, includes a certificate of attendance, and offers live Spanish translation. Participants may register online to attend live or receive recordings of each session.

Additional Information

Workshop 1: A View from All Sides: Perspective-Taking to Support Family Engagement

Workshop 2: Choosing Your Attitude: Using Strength-Based Family Assumptions

Workshop 3: I Hear You: Active Listening to Engage Families

Workshop 4: The Power of Observation: Connecting with Families Through the Child’s Behavior

Workshop 5: Valuing Passion: Connecting with Families Around What They Care About

About Brazelton Touchpoints Center

The Brazelton Touchpoints Center provides professional and leadership development, organizational learning and change, and research and evaluation for family-facing professionals in pediatrics, early childhood, infant mental health, children’s libraries and museums, home visiting, and child welfare. The Brazelton Touchpoints Center is home to the Touchpoints Approach, the Brazelton Institute (the Newborn Behavioral Observations system and the Neonatal Behavioral Assessment Scale), Family Connections, the Indigenous Early Learning Collaborative, and the BTC Research and Evaluation team.

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December 17, 2020

Virtual Service Delivery Webinar Series

Are you interested in learning how to build and sustain relationships with families virtually? Join Brazelton Touchpoints Center for their free Virtual Service Delivery Webinar Series.

About

Join Brazelton Touchpoints Center for a series of free webinars and an online learning community to explore the challenges and opportunities posed by virtual service delivery, and learn about strategies providers have found for building and sustaining strong relationships with families virtually.

Featured Topics

Registration

To register and learn more, visit the event webpage.

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December 3, 2020

Virtual Service Delivery Webinar Series

Are you interested in learning how to build and sustain relationships with families virtually? Join Brazelton Touchpoints Center for their free Virtual Service Delivery Webinar Series.

About

Join Brazelton Touchpoints Center for a series of free webinars and an online learning community to explore the challenges and opportunities posed by virtual service delivery, and learn about strategies providers have found for building and sustaining strong relationships with families virtually.

Featured Topics

Registration

To register and learn more, visit the event webpage.

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November 19, 2020

Virtual Service Delivery Webinar Series

Are you interested in learning how to build and sustain relationships with families virtually? Join Brazelton Touchpoints Center for their free Virtual Service Delivery Webinar Series.

About

Join Brazelton Touchpoints Center for a series of free webinars and an online learning community to explore the challenges and opportunities posed by virtual service delivery, and learn about strategies providers have found for building and sustaining strong relationships with families virtually.

Featured Topics

Registration

To register and learn more, visit the event webpage.

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November 18, 2020

Supporting Fathers Who Were Sexually Abused as Children

Join the Brazelton Touchpoints Center and Hassan Daniel, Founder and CEO of The Father Factory, on November 18 for “Supporting Fathers Who Were Sexually Abused as Children.” This is an online event.

About

During this discussion, Brazelton Touchpoints Center Executive Director Joshua Sparrow, MD, and Hassan Daniel, Founder and CEO of The Father Factory, will discuss fathers with childhood histories of sexual abuse and how they can heal and become the fathers they want to be and their families need them to be. Join Hassan for a live and interactive discussion following the event. Live Spanish translation will be available.

Registration

To register, visit the event webpage.

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November 17, 2020

Supporting Fathers as Central to Family Life

Are you interested in learning about what changes are needed to make room for fathers in the “first shift” of family life? Join Brazelton Touchpoints Center on November 17 for their webinar, “From ‘Second Shift’ to ‘First Shift’: Supporting Fathers as Central to Family Life.”

About

This webinar will focus on institutional, practitioner, and family changes that must occur to make room for fathers in the “first shift” of family life. It will showcase a user-friendly tool from the Supporting Father Involvement (SFI) program that can help organizations assess their “father friendliness.” Agency and program changes that increase fathers’ inclusion in family life will be shared. Presenters will highlight fathers’ contributions to family life in over-burdened, under-resourced communities, which often go unrecognized.

Registration

To register and learn more, visit the Brazelton Touchpoints Center website.