Florida's Center for

CHILD WELFARE

Information and Training Resources for Child Welfare Professionals




This Week

This webinar is hosted by ADDitude

Strong friendships are a vital support for a child’s overall happiness and resilience, from elementary school through high school. Both ADHD and autism affect peer relationships at those ages–and many children have symptoms of both. This can have serious and heartbreaking consequences.

In this webinar, parents will learn:

The impact of ADHD on social emotional development

How autism affects social and emotional skills

Which clinical interventions best support social emotional abilities

How to support social emotional skills at home

How to decide between the various options for intervention available for children with ADHD and autism.

Click here for additional details and to register


Upcoming

This webinar is hosted by  Human Rights Campaign

This webinar covers foundational information related to serving LGBTQ youth and families. Topics include key terminology and concepts, an overview of the barriers faced by LGBTQ youth and families in child welfare, and the steps all service providers can take to overcome these barriers in order to create a welcoming environment.

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The Florida Coalition Against Domestic Violence will host six free multi-track Child Welfare Regional Training Institutes for local child welfare professionals, domestic violence advocates, and community partners.

Training topics include:

Working Together to Create Collaboration, Accountability, and Systemic Change & The Prosecution of Domestic Violence Cases through the Eyes of a Child

The training will be offered in multipe locations. Click here for details and to register.