IMH Educational Resources
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WEBINARS & VIDEOS
Brain Builders – Brain Builders Alberta Family Wellness Initiative.
Circle of Security – An Intro to Circle of Security – a relationship and attachment focused way of understanding a child’s needs.
Dr. James McHale – Infant Mental Health Concepts and Considerations (2013) – Dr. James McHale’s – June 2013 – Infant Mental Health presentation for Project Launch. From the FAIMH Youtube Channel.
Helping Babies From the Bench – Using the science of early childhood development in court
Babies on the Homefront provides military and veteran parents ideas for enhancing everyday moments with their baby or toddler. This app is available for the Apple and Android operating systems.Get the Babies on the Homefront App
Let’s Play! is a free parenting app from ZERO TO THREE with fun activities, organized by age and routine, for parents to use to support their young child’s early learning
OTHER WEBSITES WITH EDUCATIONAL CONTENT
Series of informational videos and webinars maintained on the FAIMH Youtube Channel
Series of documents and practice guidelines relevant for program managers, child care and front-line service providers, and organizational staff to support high quality services in the field of infant and young child mental health. There are also interactive learning modules that accompany the guidelines.
Online video series developed by Zero To Three
An Intro to Circle of Security – a relationship and attachment focused way of understanding a child’s needs.
From birth to 5 years, your child should reach milestones in how he plays, learns, speaks, acts and moves. Track your child’s development and act early if you have a concern.
Harvard Univeristy Center On The Developing Child
Resource videos, papers and articles related to Early Childhood Social Emotional Health, brain & relationship development.
The Florida State University (FSU) Autism Institute was established in the FSU College of Medicine to coordinate and promote research, education, and service related to autism spectrum disorder (ASD).