Trauma Informed Care for Families Going Through the NYAP Fostering Process

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Tuesday, April 7th

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Overview of: how children might respond to traumatic events

Price: Free

Overview of: how children might respond to traumatic events; how to promote resilience in children; how trauma can interfere with children’s development and functioning; how trauma can affect children’s view of themselves and their future. Recommendations on how resource parents can help children feel safe when talking
about trauma. 

Must be going through the foster licensing process with the National Youth Advocate Program.


National Youth Advocate Program
839 S Adams Street

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