Resources for ECE Providers and Home Visitors

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What Is IECMHC in ECE?

Just like snowflakes, children are all unique. These examples are some, but not all, of the reasons you might seek support for a child’s mental health or social and emotional development. Sometimes children may need more support handling strong feelings like worry, anger, frustration, and fear; learning to approach others, and building friendships.

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Childcare Provider Self-Care

Being an early childhood educator can be rewarding and exhausting. Young children depend on you to place their needs first and you give a great deal of time and energy to these young children, as well as those who support them. In doing so, you may not reserve the same amount of time and care for yourself. Here are some ideas to help you take care of yourself.

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Daily Routines in ECE Settings

Throughout the day there are many opportunities for you to have a positive impact on the social and emotional development of the children in your care. Here are some great examples of how you can make simple, daily routines have a big impact.

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