Register now for the Family Support live, online learning session hosted by the Center for Schools and Communities with support from the Office of Child Development and Early Learning (OCDEL).
Finding Meaning and Balance Between Home and Hybrid-Working: Self-Care and Support
Date: Wednesday, December 2, 2020
Time: 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. EST
(Please note that our December webinar will be 90 minutes long, which is longer than our typical offerings. The session will conclude at 11:30 a.m. rather than at 11:15 a.m. Please also note that the December session will not be recorded. As such, the live webinar will be the only opportunity to experience the content.)
Presenter: Stephanie Colvin-Roy, Special Projects Managing Coordinator, Center for Schools and Communities
Description: As the uncertainty, duration, loss, and strain of collective grief continues, many of us find it difficult to maintain a balance between home and hybrid-working conditions. During this workshop, participants will discuss the effects of a global pandemic, unexpected loss of countless lives, civil unrest, and economic collapse on mental and physical health. Participants will learn self-care strategies and consider compassionate and empathetic responses toward ourselves and others as we navigate many difficult but necessary decisions. Opportunities will be provided to identify personal strengths so they may be applied to effectively manage stress, promote resilience, and balance home and hybrid-working.
This webinar will offer the following learning objectives:
- Identify personal strengths and opportunities to demonstrate empathy (perspective-taking);
- Examine the behavioral, physical, emotional, and psychological impact of home and hybrid-working on physical and psychological health;
- Re-examine the stages of grief, including the 6th stage, finding meaning;
- Apply strategies to promote resilience and balance between home and hybrid-working;
- Identify effective communication and decision-making techniques to increase self-care successful client support.
There is no cost to participate.
All registrants will receive an email confirmation regarding the status of their participation and instructions on how to access the meeting room in order to participate in the event.
ADA Accommodations: Participation by all individuals is encouraged. A recording of this webinar with closed captioning and a transcript will be available at http://www.pa-pat.org/category/recorded-events/ typically within seven (7) days of the live event. Will you require hearing impaired live captioning services? If so, please respond in the registration form no later than 72 business hours prior to the webinar. If you would like to contact us directly, please email Kimberly Taylor Carmo at the Center for Schools and Communities at email@example.com.
Certificates: If you are participating as part of a group, make sure that the full names and email addresses of all attendees are typed in the chat box. To receive a certificate, you must attend the training from beginning to the end.
Family Support at Center for Schools and Communities (PA PAT State Office, Children’s Trust Fund, and Strengthening Families Protective Factors and Leadership Team) will be hosting more live, online sessions designed to address topics of relevance to Family Support program sites. Please mark your calendar with the following dates:
If you have any questions about this online presentation, please contact Kimberly Taylor Carmo at the Center for Schools and Communities at firstname.lastname@example.org.