Ages and Stages Questionnaire and Social and Emotional
A highly reliable parent-completed tool with a focus on children’s social and emotional development.
A unique way to view behavior through the lens of innovative thinking. Topics can be customized to meet your Centre’s/Program’s individual needs from a strength-based approach. The topics include, but are not limited to:
- The Sensory System: Learn how the senses can lead to an increased development in self-regulation, social engagement and motor interaction.
- Attachment and The Effects of Trauma: Understand the impact of attachment and co-regulation with language development.
- What is challenging behavior?
- What is developmentally appropriate behavior?
- Why do kids misbehave?
- Parents as Partners
- Prevention Strategies
- • Intervention Strategies
An overview of celebrating and supporting developmental milestones form birth to twelve years of age.
Overview of Chıldınü Oxford Service
Creating and Celebrating Cultural Diversity in the Classroom
This workshop will explore the meaning of diversity, gain knowledge of various cultural viewpoints and traditions. Participants will identify ways that they can promote diversity in their classrooms.
ECERS-R, ITERS-R, SACERS, PQA – Environmental Rating Scales
We will provide recommendations for the early learning environment to support the needs of the children.
Resources can include the use of visual cues, props and symbols within the early learning environment.
Flip it : Transforming Challenging Behaviours
Learn four supportive steps to help young children learn about their feeling, gain self-control and reduce challenging behavior.
An overview of the Hanen program, to introduce supervisors so they know the expectations for staff.
Teacher Talk ™ Workshop Series: Workshop #1
A Hanen® Early Language Program
Encourage Language Development in Early Childhood Settings: Learn a step by step approach to promoting children’s language development in child care settings.
You will learn…
- To better recognize children’s conversational styles
- The stages of language development
- The role teachers play while interacting with different children
- Practical interactive strategies to help children interact and communicate with peers and adults successfully.
Teacher Talk ™ Workshop Series: Workshop #2
A Hanen® Early Language Program
Let Language Lead the Way to Literacy:
(NOTE: Workshop #1 is a pre-requisite) Learn the important links between oral language development and literacy, providing practical strategies to pave the way to literacy. Strategies are aimed at helping children develop positive attitudes towards the use of print; choosing books matched to interest and developmental stages; making print a natural and meaningful part of each day and using reading as a time for interaction and conversation.
Teacher Talk ™ Workshop Series: Workshop #3
A Hanen® Early
Fostering Peer Interaction in Early Childhood Settings:
(NOTE: Workshop #1 is a pre-requisite) Learn how to make the most effective use of space in the environment. Learn ways to support children’s conversations with peers.
Creating inclusive early learning environments for all children by looking at program vision to program implementation.
Kids Have Stress Too!
Formatted Program: To assist teachers/parents/guardians in recognizing the signs and symptoms of stress in young children; and to provide effective coping strategies to both the child and the family.
Managing Your Emotions and Stress Through Your Senses
This workshop looks at how to define stress and recognize the emotional impact. It will explore various stress responses and how the use of our Five Senses can help alleviate stress.
Problem Solving and Conflict Resolution
How to assist and support children in using problem solving skills/self-regulation to resolve conflicts with peers.
Reaching In/Reaching Out
Formatted Program: An evidence based skills training program designed to help adults promote resilience in children six and under.
Part 1: Introduces adults to key resiliency research and skills.
Part 2: Helps adults apply the resiliency skills directly with children.
Reaching In/ Reaching Out…
Bounce Back and Thrive (BBT)
Formatted Program: An evidence based 10-session resiliency skills training program based on the Reaching In/Reaching Out Resiliency Skills training for service providers working with young children. BBT helps parents help their children build the resilience necessary to handle life’s inevitable bumps in the road. The program focus is on families with children from birth to age 8.
Responsive Program Strategies
This workshop looks at what supportive, responsive relationships look like. It identifies strategies that can assist children in being responsible for themselves and their environment. It will also review strategies to assist children to communicate, plan, problem solve and self-regulate in positive manners.
Formatted Program: Teaches skills related to social situations empathy, problem solving, and anger management. Learn ways to help strengthen and build the social-emotional and self-regulation skills of young children. Learn strategies that will help children to practice skills for listening/paying attention, having empathy, managing emotions, building friendships and solving problems with each other.
Second Step - Family
Formatted Program: Family Guide to second step parenting strategies for a safer tomorrow.
Self-Regulation/ Behaviour Management
Find new and revisit ways to help children manage their behavior from a family focused strength-based approach. Topics can be customized to meet Licensed Child Care Centres’; Licensed Home Child Care Programs’; Licensed Nursery Schools/Preschools’; Licensed School Age Programs’; Licensed School Age Camps’; as well as, authorized Recreation Programs’ and EarlyON Child and Family Centres’ individual needs.
Including but not limited to:
- Temper Tantrums
- Smooth Transitions
- Power Struggles
- Setting Limits
Helping your child manage their feelings when you are gone.
This Workshop is co-sponsored between Community Living Tillsonburg, Woodstock District and Developmental Services, Wellkin and Chıldınü Oxford. A fun, interactive program for brothers and sisters aged 8 -12 who have siblings with special needs. Topics include: arts, crafts, games, videos and guest speakers.
The Sensory Side of Young Children
This workshop looks at sensory processing and the sensory systems. It will explore levels of arousal and what can impact these levels. Strategies at home and at school will be discussed, as well as a make and take.
Supporting Young Children Experiencing Worry and Anxiety
During this workshop, presenters will focus on children’s capabilities rather than relying on their needs and challenges. Participants will be provided with strategies to assist young children when they may be experiencing worry and anxiety. They will explore the book “The Kid’s Guide to Staying Awesome and in Control.”
We all seem to be running short of time; this workshop will look at helpful tips to get the most out of the time we have.
In child care programs the transition from one activity to another can be stressful for all, this fun interactive workshop looks at how we can make this time a positive experience.
Positive Parent Program
Triple P is for every parent, whether you have a specific problem, or are just looking for advice on common, everyday issues. It provides easy to use tips and new ideas that build confidence and new skills.
Using visual cues: pictures, sign language etc. to effectively communicate with young children.
What to do when you have a concern?
Participants will have an opportunity to learn how to communicate with parents/guardians, find supports and learn strategies to assist with supporting the needs of the child.
You Make a Difference
Formatted Program: You are your child’s most important teacher. Learn how to interact with your children in a way which encourages learning and healthy child development. At the completion of the 9 week course, you will receive a free video of your child .