Author(s) : Jean F. Kelly, Tracy G. Zuckerman, Diana Sandoval and Kim Buehlman
Publisher : NCAST, 2008
SKU : 300PFR
Promoting First Relationships is an evidence-based curriculum designed for service providers that can be used to assist parents and other caregivers meet the social and emotional needs of young children (0-3 years).
It covers issues critical to supporting and guiding caregivers in building nurturing and responsive relationships with children, including theoretical foundations of social and emotional development in early childhood; consultation strategies for working with parents and other caregivers; elements of a healthy relationship; promoting the development of trust and security in infancy; promoting healthy development of self during toddlerhood; understanding and intervening with children's challenging behaviours; developing intervention plans for children and caregivers and individualising Promoting First Relationships for your setting.
The Promoting First Relationships Social-Emotional Cards is a set of illustrated cards. They show examples of how caregivers can meet, in everyday interactions, and the ten basic social-emotional needs of infants and toddlers.