The Building Family Resiliency: Community Voices, Community Perspectives podcast is the result of a collaborative effort by CEED and the Institute on Community Integration. The podcast aims to support professionals who work with young children and their families by providing accessible information about child development and family relationships.
Building Family Resiliency was funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) as part of their Learn the Signs Act Early initiative, which encourages families, communities, and organizations to screen children for potential developmental delays early on. Learn the Signs Act Early also offers a wealth of free developmental tools for parents and professionals.
All nine episodes of Building Family Resiliency are available to stream on the Institute on Community Integration’s MN Act Early website and on CEED’s YouTube channel.
Episode 1: “Welcome to the podcast!” with Deb Ottman and Jennifer Hall-Lande, PhD
Episode 2: “What contributes to building resiliency in early childhood?” with Anne Gearity, PhD
Episode 3: “Resiliency and early childhood development” with Alyssa Meuwissen, PhD
Episode 4: “Learn the Signs, Act Early and Help Me Grow: joined links in the resiliency chain” with Jennifer Hall-Lande, PhD, and Anna Paulson
Episode 5: “Filling the resiliency well: childcare providers caring for children, families and themselves” with Priscilla Weigel and Palm Walz
Episode 7: “Community voices, community perspectives: building resiliency in the Hmong community” with Julie Li Yang and Bao Vang
Episode 8: “Community voices, community perspectives: building resiliency in the African-American community” with Andre Dukes and Sierra Leone Williams