NYAEYC Region 1

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Regional Events


Rochester International Children’s Film Festival

15th Anniversary Year – BEST OF FEST!

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Friends! During this unprecedented time, we’d like to offer a selection of some of the very best children’s shorts from around the world — thoughtfully curated to reflect gentle social themes (diversity, kindness, sharing, etc.), as well as to celebrate artistry, music and other wonderful topics! Starting April 13* for four weeks, we will offer one short film a day (M-Sat.), along with media and literacy suggestions including vocabulary, discussion questions, books, songs, movement, and art activities. In other words, a fun and stimulating way to spend quality learning and art time with your children. Just click the link above every morning starting at 7 am to watch that day’s film and receive follow-up suggestions. Have fun, and let us know what you think! xx www.kidsfestroc.org

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*SAVE THE DATE* Rochester Chapter Fall Conference 2020

The Rochester Chapter of the NYAEYC presents our
2020 Fall Conference!
Friday October 16th and Saturday October 17th
Rochester, NY

FOSTERING RESILIENCE IN FAMILIES featuring Dr. Jody Todd Manly


Registration Fees
Friday October 16th — $60
Saturday October 17th — $65
Both Days — $120

Discounts available for programs registering at least 5 people per day.
Lunch provided Friday.
Brunch provided Saturday.
FOSTERING RESILIENCE IN FAMILIES
featuring Dr. Jody Todd Manly
Dr. Manly is the Clinical Director of Mt. Hope Family Center and a licensed clinical psychologist in New York State. She has been involved with the implementation and evaluation of evidence-based interventions for high-risk children and families since 1991. Dr. Manly has been a Principal Investigator or Co-Principal Investigator on several federally-funded research projects on the linkages among trauma, depression, child maltreatment, poverty, domestic violence, and community violence from infancy through adolescence. She is interested in translating research evidence into effective clinical practice.
Mt. Hope Family Center is a member of the National Child Traumatic Stress Network, where Dr. Manly works with national trauma experts on provision of evidence-based trauma treatments. She is a member of the national faculty providing training in Child-Parent Psychotherapy (CPP). Dr. Manly is committed to training professionals, and she has supervised graduate students in psychology, counseling, and social work, as well as provided workshops locally, nationally, and internationally. She was honored to be appointed as Executive-at-Large for the World Association for Infant Mental Health (WAIMH) and continues to be inspired by the dedicated people around the world who are working on behalf of young children and their families.

We would love to hear from you!  Please feel free to reach out to your local Chapter of NYAEYC!

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