Kinship Caregiver: Effectively Addressing Symptoms of Learning, Attention and Behavior Disorders in Youth within Kinship Settings (Online, Self-paced)

Description:

Kinship families experience unique challenges with youth who often exhibit symptoms associated with disabilities in learning, attention and behavior. This workshop describes how mental health agencies and school settings identify and intervene with these concerns, and how caregivers may effectively collaborate in these processes. How traumatic histories relate to some symptoms will be considered. Positive behavior support strategies to address symptoms of these disorders and resources beneficial to further learning about these issues will be highlighted.

Available SW CECHs: 0.0

Dates:

Through December 31, 2020

Location:

Online - www.d2l.msu.edu Asynchronous, non-interactive, online, self-paced

Audience:

Families raising relatives' children.  Kinship caregivers.

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