Virtual Early Head Start Institute: Opening Windows of Opportunity

September 23, 2020

(September 29 – October 1, 2020)
The first few years of life open crucial windows of opportunity. During this period, children’s brains can form 1,000 neural connections every second—a once-in-a-lifetime pace never matched again—and these connections are the building blocks of every child’s future. We must take advantage of this important time to develop a child’s full potential and shape key social, emotional and cognitive skills that determine future success in school and life. Join us at RIVHSA’s Virtual Early Head Start Institute to expand your understanding and application of key frameworks, quality initiatives and best practices for the care and development of expectant mothers, infants and toddlers. This network-specific conference brings together diverse audiences of emerging and seasoned professionals, parents and partners who share a commitment to nurturing young children and strengthening families.

Visit the Council at our Virtual Booth #7

RATES: Member: $290/person/Nonmember $345/person
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