Continuing Education: Early Relational Health Webinar Series - Session 4: Thinking Ahead – Sustaining Support and Resources that Promote Early Relational Health
Join First3Years and the Center for the Study of Social Policy (CSSP), in partnership with DFPS PEI & the Texas PN-3 Collaborative, for a 4-Part Webinar Series on Early Relational Health. Early Relational Health (ERH) describes the positive, stimulating, and nurturing early relationships that ensure the emotional security and connection that advance physical health and development, social well-being, and resilience. The first session will explore the science behind early relational health and opportunities to support infants, very young children, and their families through ERH. Sessions 2 & 3 will highlight efforts in child welfare, home visiting, child health, early education, and systems level work to integrate relational health into the fabric of their work with families. The series will conclude with a focus on Sustaining Support and Resources for ERH through a Policy lens.
Session 4: Thinking Ahead – Sustaining Support and Resources that Promote Early Relational Health
September 8 | 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM
Panelists: Sasha Rasco, Associate Commissioner for Prevention and Early Intervention at DFPS & Andrea Payne, Prenatal to Five Advocacy Manager at TexProtects