• Aligns with Ohio SUTQ content standards in the Social Emotional domain
  • Attachment
  • Self-concept
  • Self-regulation
  • 3 hours hours in 1 session
  • OA-L2

Participants will understand the importance of infants having secure relationships; first with parents, family and then with their caregivers. Participants will identify when infants are forming secure attachment, what they need to do to form a secure attachment, and identify when the infant and family might need resources or intervention when the infant is not forming a secure attachment. Participants will need to bring their own experiences to share in a confidential manner.

This program is approved by the State of Ohio and is aligned with Ohio’s Step Up to Quality (SUTQ) standards.

To schedule this course for your organization, contact our Community Collaborations and Professional Development office.