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Attention Employers: Introducing Vroom

September 03 2021

Vroom is an exciting national program that supports healthy child brain development. It shows parents how they can turn activities like bath time and mealtime into opportunities that build their children’s brains. Child Care Council is offering several ways for you to help, such as participating in virtual lunch-and-learn events, including program information in your […]

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Rochester Business Alliance

The FLIP IT! Strategy

CEU: .8 or 8 hours

Using FLIP IT! to Address Challenging Behaviors

FLIP IT!® is a strategy that offers a simple, kind, strength-based, commonsense and effective four step process to address children’s day-to-day challenging behavior. The four steps are embodied in the FLIP IT! mnemonic which stands for F – Feelings, L – Limits, I – Inquiries, and P – Prompts. FLIP IT! is nothing new, but transforms best practice into a strategy that is easy to remember, applicable in a variety of challenging situations and portable. Children who are frequently “FLIPPED” become emotionally aware problem-solvers who develop healthy coping skills that will last a lifetime.

Note: This training compliments Pyramid Model practices and can be taken before or after Pyramid sessions.

The Devereux Center for Resilient Children has built a reputation for providing high quality professional development experiences for those who work with young children. All DCRC-Certified Trainers are selected based on educational credentials along with extensive professional and practical experiences in the field of early childhood and/or mental health.

Course fee: FREE-funded by the Region II Infant Toddler Resource Network. Registration required-first come, first serve!

OCFS: 1, 3
CBK: 1, 4
ELG: 2, 4
CDA: 1, 3
2021 Date/DatesTimeLocationLanguageInstructor
October 7, 89:00 am - 1:00 pm
Must attend both sessions
RochesterEnglishChelsea Peckham

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