A variety of consultation and coaching services – including Promoting Resilient Children® – teaches caregivers and administrators today’s most effective practices.
To help young children succeed, their caregivers need to know how to promote healthy social and emotional development. Resilient Children and Families Program® (RCFP) addresses the needs of preschool children and the adults who care for them.
Resilient Children and Families Program®
Through on-site services in child care and school settings, The Children’s Home provides RCFP consultation, coaching and training to preschool centers, teachers and administrators. The goal of RCFP is to increase the effectiveness of administrators, teachers and other early care and education professionals in helping young children become kindergarten ready, so they can succeed in school — and in life.
This United Way funded program is a collaboration of mental health and early care and education specialists who provide services to early childhood centers through consultation, coaching and training to promote the social and emotional well being of children before they enter kindergarten.
For more information about Resilient Children and Families Program®, call 513.272.2800 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
To learn more about the Consortium for Resilient Children, visit their website.