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Culture: Issues and Competencies

Resources to Support Children’s Emotional Well-Being Amid Anti-Black Racism, Racial Violence, and Trauma

By | Child Well-Being, Culture: Issues and Competencies, Parenting, Practice, Practice Highlight, Trauma, Youth & Families

Resources to Support Children’s Emotional Well-Being Amid Anti-Black Racism, Racial Violence, and Trauma

Dominique Parris, Victor St., John, & Jessica Dym Bartlett, Child Trends (June 23, 2020)

Expanding Latino Parents’ Access to Child Development Research through the News Media

By | Culture: Issues and Competencies, Early Childhood, Immigrant Families Research, Parenting, Research Highlight, Social Work

Expanding Latino Parents’ Access to Child Development Research through the News Media

Who Is Caring for Latino Children? The Characteristics of Early Care and Education Teachers and Caregivers Serving a High Proportion of Hispanic Children

By | Child Well-Being, Culture: Issues and Competencies, Early Childhood, Immigrant Families Research, Research, Research Highlight

Who Is Caring for Latino Children? The Characteristics of Early Care and Education Teachers and Caregivers Serving a High Proportion of Hispanic Children

National Research Center on Hispanic Children and Families (July 2018)

This brief examines three aspects of the ECE workforce that are linked with how children learn, their socioemotional development, and classroom environment and quality of care. 1. Training, experience, and education. 2. Attitudes, including motivations for working with children. 3. Linguistic and racial and ethnic diversity.

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Letters to Providers Reuniting Families

By | Child Well-Being, Culture: Issues and Competencies, Deportation, Detention, Early Childhood, Family Separation, Immigrant Youth, Immigration Enforcement, Legal Professionals, Parenting, Practice Highlight, Social Work, Social Workers, Trauma, Youth & Families

Letters to Providers Reuniting Families

University of Michigan and the Alliance for the Advancement of Infant Mental Health (July 2018)

These letters to providers (for case managers, etc) in English and in Spanish describe how children might express their grief and fear and provide suggestions about how to help parents help children in the context of family separation and reunification.

English Letter Spanish Letter

Cecilia and the Long Walk (Audio Recordings)

By | Child Well-Being, Culture: Issues and Competencies, Deportation, Detention, Early Childhood, Family Separation, Immigrant Youth, Immigration Enforcement, Parenting, Social Work, Social Workers, Spanish Resources, Trauma, Youth & Families

Cecilia and the Long Walk (Audio Recordings)

Julie Ribaudo, Sara Stein and Paige Safyer, University of Michigan (July 2018)

New English and Spanish resources for use with reunified children and parents, developed by experts in infant mental health and child development at the University of Michigan. These audio books may help parents help their children through the transition and reunification and process the traumatic experience of separation, and may be especially helpful for those agencies that are on the front lines helping to reunify children and parents. There are also accompanying books (English and Spanish) and coloring books (English and Spanish).

Spanish Recording English Recording Spanish & English Recording

Cecilia and the Long Walk (Coloring Books)

By | Child Well-Being, Culture: Issues and Competencies, Deportation, Detention, Early Childhood, Family Separation, Immigration Enforcement, Parenting, Practice, Social Work, Social Workers, Spanish Resources, Trauma, Youth & Families

Cecilia and the Long Walk (Coloring Books)

Julie Ribaudo, Sara Stein and Paige Safyer, University of Michigan (July 2018)

New English and Spanish resources for use with reunified children and parents, developed by experts in infant mental health and child development at the University of Michigan. These coloring books may help parents help their children through the transition and reunification and process the traumatic experience of separation, and may be especially helpful for those agencies that are on the front lines helping to reunify children and parents. There are also accompanying books (English and Spanish) and audio recordings (English, Spanish, and Combo).

English Coloring Book Spanish Coloring Book

Cecilia and the Long Walk

By | Child Well-Being, Culture: Issues and Competencies, Deportation, Detention, Early Childhood, Family Separation, Immigrant Youth, Immigration Enforcement, Parenting, Practice, Practice Highlight, Social Work, Social Workers, Spanish Resources, Trauma, Youth & Families

Cecilia and the Long Walk

Julie Ribaudo, Sara Stein and Paige Safyer, University of Michigan (July 2018)

New English and Spanish resources for use with reunified children and parents, developed by experts in infant mental health and child development at the University of Michigan. This book may help parents help their children through the transition and reunification and process the traumatic experience of separation, and may be especially helpful for those agencies that are on the front lines helping to reunify children and parents. There are also accompanying coloring books (English and Spanish) and audio recordings (English, Spanish, and Combo).

English Book Spanish Book

 

Data Tool: Measuring Hispanic Families and Households

By | Child Well-Being, Culture: Issues and Competencies, Early Childhood, Immigrant Families Research, Parenting, Research, Research Highlight, Social Work

Data Tool: Measuring Hispanic Families and Households

National Research Center on Hispanic Families and Children (July 2018)
The National Research Center on Hispanic Children & Families just released an interactive data tool to help researchers explore the capacity of 22 large, mostly national surveys to measure Latino families and households. The tool indicates what information is available on family and household composition, family formation and stability, relationship dynamics, and (co)parenting.

Appleseed 14 different user-friendly checklists

By | Child Well-Being, Culture: Issues and Competencies, Deportation, Detention, Family Separation, Immigration Enforcement, Parenting, Practice, Practice Highlight, Social Work, Social Workers, Youth & Families

Appleseed 14 different user-friendly checklists

Appleseed (June 2018)

We are excited to share that we have translated 14 different user-friendly checklists that correspond with various chapters in the “Protecting Assets and Child Custody in the Face of Deportation” Manual into Spanish. The material in the Manual itself is quite technical, but these checklists have been designed to give readers an overview of each topic, as well as some quick tips for how they can begin to prepare.

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