I-LABS in the Classroom: Module 07: Development of Attachment

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Description

All children deserve the best start in life and new scientific discoveries deepen our understanding of how to create the best environments for children. The Institute for Learning & Brain Sciences at the University of Washington (I-LABS) is an interdisciplinary center dedicated to discovering the fundamental principles of human learning, with a special emphasis on early learning and brain development.

This hour long class covers the following points:

  • Babies have a biological need for loving care. They begin forming an emotional bond with their caregivers at birth. Infants form an attachment to primary caregivers by the end of their first year.
  • The quality of attachment relationships is different for each child. Child and family factors can affect attachment quality.
  • Attachment relationships during infancy can have lasting effects on children’s development. Yet, attachment quality can improve with proper support.

Length (hours)

1

Prerequisite

None

Audience

Caregivers

Audience Description

Caregivers, licensed, unlicensed, relative and fictive kin

Dates and Locations

 
Arlington
This hour long class covers the following points: º Babies have a biological need for loving care. They begin forming an emotional bond with their caregivers at birth. Infants form an attachment to primary caregivers by the end of their first year. º The quality of attachment relationships is different for each child. Child and family factors can affect attachment quality. º Attachment relationships during infancy can have lasting effects on children’s development. Yet, attachment quality can improve with proper support.
Classroom
December 8, 2018 - 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Trainers:
Joan Sager, MEd, Child Welfare Trainer, Alliance for Child Welfare Excellence
Location:
Arlington, Smokey Point DCYF Office 3906 172nd Street NE STE 200 Arlington WA 98223-7736 Map

Do Not bring children/youth with you to this class NO childcare is provided.  You may bring coffee, tea, water and snacks with you to this class.  Please dress in layers as each training location has differing temperatures.

Entrance is at the front of the building, corner door, see signs.

Registration is required. Need help? Call 1-866-577-1915 or email  help@acwe.on.spiceworks.com.  Please include your name, phone number or email, and the course title in your request for assistance.

Inscribirse para asistir a la clase es necesario.Si necesita ayuda favor de llamar al 1-866-577-1915 o mandar un correo electrónico a help@acwe.on.spiceworks.com.  Por favor incluya su nombre, número de teléfono o dirección de su correo electrónico y agregue el nombre de la clase por la que está solicitando ayuda.

We look forward to your attendance at this informative training.  The Alliance for Child Welfare Excellence is excited to have your participation in our trainings/workshops.

Joan Sager, MEd, is the Child Welfare Trainer for this class you may contact her for questions or need more information at Sagerj2@uw.edu

Spokane
This hour long class covers the following points: º Babies have a biological need for loving care. They begin forming an emotional bond with their caregivers at birth. Infants form an attachment to primary caregivers by the end of their first year. º The quality of attachment relationships is different for each child. Child and family factors can affect attachment quality. º Attachment relationships during infancy can have lasting effects on children’s development. Yet, attachment quality can improve with proper support.
Classroom
November 28, 2018 - 6:00pm - 7:00pm
Trainers:
Kebbie Green, Continuing Education Coordinator / Trainer, Adoptive Parent, Foster Parent, University of Washington Alliance for Child Welfare Excellence
Location:
Spokane DCYF Office 1313 N Atlantic St STE 2000 Spokane WA 99201, Southwest Conference Room Map

 

(THIS CLASS IS ONE OF TWO PARTS OFFERED ON THE SAME NIGHT... SIGN UP FOR ILAB 8 AS WELL!)

PLEASE READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS:

Please plan to arrive 15 minutes early, for the first day of classes 

Saturdays,  Sundays AND ALL Evening Classes: feel free to park in the parking garage, go to second floor of the parking garage, then walk across the sky-bridge to the glass door. This is a secured building and this door is LOCKED, but we will begin letting people in 15 minutes before class is set to begin! (knock and we can hear you too!) NO VISITOR pass is needed on weekends/nights!

✔ There is NO CHILDCARE provided for this training, and children under the age of 18 are not able to attend due to the sensitive nature of the training.

✔ Plan on a lunch break (1hr) after the first 3 hour session each training day.  If you leave for lunch, you can arrive back 10 minutes before class is set to begin and we will let you in at the second story entrance (glass door).  If you bring a sack lunch, there is a break room, with a  microwave, sink, etc, for your use.

 

Registration is required to attend this class.  For special accommodations and/or ESL/ASL please contact the child welfare trainer for this class.

* Certificates of completion are provided at the end of class after Field Experience is completed.

Do Not bring children/youth with you to this class NO childcare is provided.  You may bring coffee, tea, water and snacks with you to this class.  Please dress in layers as each training location has differing temperatures.

Registration is required. Need help? Call 1-866-577-1915 or email  help@acwe.on.spiceworks.com.  Please include your name, phone number or email, and the course title in your request for assistance.

Inscribirse para asistir a la clase es necesario.Si necesita ayuda favor de llamar al 1-866-577-1915 o mandar un correo electrónico a help@acwe.on.spiceworks.com.  Por favor incluya su nombre, número de teléfono o dirección de su correo electrónico y agregue el nombre de la clase por la que está solicitando ayuda.

We look forward to your attendance at this informative training.  The Alliance for Child Welfare Excellence is excited to have your participation in our trainings/workshops.

Walla Walla
This hour long class covers the following points: º Babies have a biological need for loving care. They begin forming an emotional bond with their caregivers at birth. Infants form an attachment to primary caregivers by the end of their first year. º The quality of attachment relationships is different for each child. Child and family factors can affect attachment quality. º Attachment relationships during infancy can have lasting effects on children’s development. Yet, attachment quality can improve with proper support.
Classroom
December 18, 2018 - 5:30pm - 6:30pm
Trainers:
Ryan Krueger, MA, Child Welfare Trainer, Alliance for Child Welfare Excellence
Location:
Walla Walla DCYF Office 206 West Poplar Walla Walla WA 99362-2829, Conference room Map
Trainers:
Ryan Krueger, MA, Child Welfare Trainer, Alliance for Child Welfare Excellence
Location:
Walla Walla DCYF office 206 West Poplar. conference room Map

For training-related questions please contact your Child Welfare Trainer, Ryan Krueger, at krry300@uw.edu or call 509-585-3096.

Registration is required. Need help? Call 1-866-577-1915 or email help@acwe.on.spiceworks.com
Please include your name, phone number or email, and the course title in your request for assistance.

Inscribirse para asistir a la clase es necesario. Si necesita ayuda favor de llamar al 1-866-577-1915 o mandar un correo electrónico a help@acwe.on.spiceworks.com
Por favor incluya su nombre, número de teléfono o dirección de su correo electrónico y agregue el nombre de la clase por la que está solicitando ayuda.

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