Protective Factors for Families and Children
Through the Lens of Cultural Humility
This full-day training is designed especially for parenting educators
and professionals who support parents in their role of nurturing children
Buffalo (9/29) • Binghamton (10/17)
White Plains (10/23) • Albany (11/09)
9:30 am – 3:30 pm (doors open at 9:00 am)
**Advance registration is required. No walk-ins will be accepted.**
Buffalo, NY (9/29). BUFFALO REGISTRATION IS CLOSED. No Walk-Ins will be accepted.
Binghamton, NY (10/17): Click here to register!
White Plains, NY (10/23): Click here to register!
Albany, NY (11/9): Click here to register!
$50/person, fee includes breakfast, lunch and materials.
*There is no substitute for strong families to ensure that children and youth grow up to be capable adults.
*Children do best when families, friends, residents and organizations work together as partners.
*Families do best when they live in safe, supportive, nurturing communities.
*What is the effect of culture – and a variety of cultures - on these communities, organizations, neighborhoods, the teachers, family workers, friends and all family members?
*How can understanding the specific ways in which culture impacts parenting beliefs and behaviors help us better support families?
*How does your cultural perspective influence your work with families?
*A basic understanding of the Protective Factors, with an emphasis on two — Parental Resilience and Social Connections.
*How the Protective Factors strengthen all families and how to apply them in your work.
*The difference between cultural competency and cultural humility.
*The impact of culture while partnering with families.
*Strategies to use the Protective Factors through the lens
Seating is limited. Advance registration is required.