News from the WI Children’s Caucus, webinars, etc.) “This video library is designed to be a central resource for EI videos which can be used for professional development, preservice preparation, public awareness, and individual study.These videos address a variety of topics and represent EI as provided in a variety of states.They wanted to prevent young people in particular being killed or becoming the victims of serious life changing injuries.The charity aims to prevent violence through education and now run an award winning secondary school programme.Incidents of youth crime are thankfully falling but unfortunately Scotland’s young people are still being affected by violence, so MAV are working hard to change attitudes and keep Scots safe.MAV also run the AVDR domestic abuse programmes for vets, hairdressers, dentists and the fire service.Information is entered by event organisers and may be subject to change, please see event page for latest information.
Non Profit Quarterly / Instructional Advocacy 101 for Family Support Professionals Talking Points HV Talking Point – Home visitors can advocate for their roles and their programs as concerned citizens, during their own private time.
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All videos embedded in this site are available as free resources.” Scavenger Hunt An activity that can be done to help new staff learn about community resources is a “scavenger hunt”.
New staff are given a list of community resources – ones that they would frequently come in contact with in the course of their duties – and are required to go there, get information, learn about the resource somehow.
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