All organizations encounter change and adversity. Employee needs evolve, stakeholder attitudes shift, and the climates that Early Intervention programs operate within, change. Is your team prepared? Now, more than ever, successful teams demonstrate courage and resilience. Learn what resilience is and strategies for developing resilient traits and habits in your team. Explore how building psychological safety and creating a culture of continuous improvement encourages innovation and responsible risk-taking, in addition to examining how the role of positive work relationships and self-care impact resilience.

Credits: 1 Infant/Toddler Clock Hours

Intended Audience: Early Intervention Infant/Toddler professionals, Early Intervention Preschool professionals, and Home Visiting Programs/Family Center professionals

Registration: Select the course title above and then “Enroll me in this course.” 

This course is a self-enrollment course and is not eligible for Act 48 credit hours. If you wish to receive Act 48 for this course, you will need to register for the course through the EITA Professional Development page. Look for the title of the course that includes “(Pre-Registration Required)” and be sure you are registering on the PaTTAN online registration Training Calendar.