Save the Date!!!
Join Prevention Works! for Compassion Fatigue with Marya Barey Phd
Learn what Compassion Fatigue is and how we can help ourselves so we can continue to help others.
October 5, 2019 9 a.m. to 12 noon
Red Cedar Hall at Jamestown
Registration materials available soon!
United Way of Clallam County envisions living in a place where everyone is supported socially, economically and in their physical and mental health. Our Mission is to strengthen our community by helping people live safe, healthy, and productive lives. One of the ways we reach our mission is to lead collaborative, community-wide efforts to obtain and provide resources to enhance community well-being. Therefore, the United Way of Clallam County is pleased to announce a collaboration with Prevention Works! regarding the following funding opportunity.
Our goal with this directory is to help families with young children by publishing a list of early learning programs available and learning resources within Clallam County. This list is for the purpose of informing families of available programs. It is not intended to recommend any particular program, nor is it any kind of endorsement for those contained within. Adults need to determine if a given program meets the criteria they believe are important for their child. Programs provide us with the information contained in this directory.
Resource: What is epigenetics?
BONNIE BERMAN 14 HOURS AGO
How does epigenetics relate to child development? New resource from the Harvard Center on the Developing Child explains.
Science tells us that the interactions between genes and environment shape human development. “Epigenetics” is an emerging area of scientific research that shows how environmental influences—including the experiences we provide for children—actually affect the expression of their genes. This means that the old idea that genes are "set in stone" has been disproven. Nature vs. Nurture is no longer a debate. It's nearly always both!
To understand more about epigenetics and how it affects child development and long-term health outcomes, check out this new infographic from the Harvard Center on the Developing Child: https://developingchild.harvar...o-child-development/
Children ages 18 months to Kindergarten entrance
Help your child prepare for school!
Participants of Child Check gain:
- Insight about your child’s social, emotional and behavioral health through relevant screenings
- Family Resource Kit
- Confidence that your child is on track
- The opportunity to speak to a professional about your child’s development
- Access to relevant community resources
To schedule your free screening call Parent Line @ 452-5437.