We are excited to be back in person! ORAEYC in partnership with ELSI are happy to present our 2023 Spring Symposium.
Saturday we will explore self-care and well-being for early childhood professionals and we will explore the roots of resilience.
At end of the day, symposium participants are invited to deepen their learning experience by joining us in a virtual webinar presented by ELSI in relation to the selected reading chosen. Interested participants will receive a complimentary copy of a thoughtfully selected book chosen by the session presenter.
Register Early! Registration is limited to 30 participants per session.
Registration Open. Lunches included in registration. Scan the provided QR code on the flyer to register or click Here.
Hallie Ford Center OSU
2631 SW Campus Way,
Corvallis OR 97331
Back to Care: Revisiting Self-Care and Wellbeing for Early Childhood Professionals
Set Two Standards, 3 - 6 hours, Presented by Alexis Tracy & Laura Nielson
Early childhood professionals are heroes and first responders, providing consistent and supportive care for children and families. Come celebrate your successes, recognize challenges to access self-care in the field, and discuss strategies for managing wellbeing from an equitable and anti-racist/anti-bias lens. We will add to our self-care toolboxes with interactive activities and conversations that remind us we are not alone.
Roots of Resilience: Nurturing Children’s Resilience Through a Trauma Lens
Set Two CKC HGD PPLD UGB, 6 Hours, Presented by Emiko Goka-Dubose
This workshop begins with an introduction to nurturing resilience with young children and their families using a trauma-lens. Participants examine trauma, resilience, and how trauma affects children and families. Participants engage in self-reflection and application of acquired knowledge and lived experience.
Current ORAEYC Member
NAEYC Standard Membership
Waived this year