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First 5 Santa Clara County [web resource] [downloadable]

FIRST 5 Santa Clara County supports the healthy development of children, from prenatal through age 5, and enriches the lives of their families and communities.

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Early Childhood Language Development Resources [downloadable]

Kids start developing communication skills from the moment they’re born. Newborns quickly begin to recognize important sounds in their environment, such as their parents’ voices. As they grow, babies start recognizing the sounds that form language, such as the way syllables, words, and sentences work. Read more »

Tips for Survivors of a Disaster or Other Traumatic Event: Managing Stress [downloadable]

This fact sheet from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) offers tips for preventing and managing stress when dealing with the effects of trauma, mass violence, or terrorism. It lists tips for relieving stress and seeking professional help. Read more »

Tips for Survivors: Coping With Grief After a Disaster or Traumatic Event [downloadable]

This tip sheet from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) contains information about some of the signs of grief and anger and provides useful information about how to cope with grief. In addition, the Helpful Resources section provides hotline numbers and treatment locators for those who may want further help. Read more »

National Study Bolsters Case for Teaching ‘Growth Mindset’

Any student’s self-confidence can take a hit at the start of high school. Yet giving students even a brief opportunity to understand and reflect on their mindsets for learning can make them likelier to challenge themselves and improve, finds a national study in the journal Nature. Read more »

Five Tips to Help Teens Cope with Stress

High school teens spend most of their time attending classes, participating in extracurricular activities and doing homework. There is constant pressure to do everything and do it well to prepare for a successful career or higher education after high school. This can cause a lot of stress.

Use these tips to take a break from the barrage of constant communication and manage your stress in a healthy way. Read more »

Four Back to School Tips for Parents of Children with ADHD

With children heading back to school, now is the perfect time to work on strategies like getting more sleep and less screen time to set your child on the road to success this school year. Read more »

Executive Function Every Day

Your child tends to forget things, has difficulty listening to and following instructions, working independently, and completing tasks. She struggles with setting priorities and resisting impulses. Sound familiar? Your child may be struggling with executive function issues.  Read more »

National Educational and Health Awareness Dates for the 2019-2020 School Year [downloadable]

Awareness days, weeks, and months are an opportunity to show support for the causes and issues we care about. The American School Counselor Association has created a handy downloadable calendar of national awareness dates for the 2019-2020 school year so you can keep track of the awareness events that matter most to you and learn about some new ones too! Read more »

EdRev Expo 2019: Keynote Presentation by Steve Young [video]

Football legend Steve Young shares his inspiring journey with anxiety at EdRev Expo 2019. Read more »

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