In the coming weeks you may receive an email requesting you to sign up for the LMS.
If you don’t want to wait for an email or didn’t receive one, you can go ahead and sign up now:
Our new LMS will provide access to over 200 training videos covering a variety of topics to help you care for children. As an added benefit, through the LMS you will be able to:
Once you sign up, you will be required to answer a few questions so we can learn more about our JIT Network members. We will process registrations as quickly as possible, but please allow up to 2 business days. Once approved, you will receive an email confirmation. You will still be able to request a training or contact us through customer service at our new support email: firstname.lastname@example.org
A través de esta presentación, los padres de crianza temporal y adoptivos aprenderán a identificar y definir el comportamiento para ayudar a mejorar el comportamiento de los niños en su hogar. La presentación trabajará con los participantes para comprender por qué ocurren los comportamientos y brindará sugerencias y herramientas para mejorar las relaciones en el hogar.
Kentucky Autism Training Center provides information on low-tech communication tools to improve communication in the foster home or other settings. It will teach strategies to support language acquisition in a child’s natural environment.
This training is provided by the University of Louisville Autism Center. Participants will learn what ABI is and why it is an important technique to parent a child with behaviors or special needs. They will learn how to implement these evidence based parenting techniques to help a foster youth be successful.
Helping children heal from abuse or neglect is rewarding but hard. Like the children in their care, resource parents often feel overwhelmed by strong feelings and are unsure how to take care of themselves physically, emotionally, and spiritually.
During this training, participants will explore the following objectives:
1. Why is self-care essential?
2. How does my child’s trauma affect me?
3. What are some tips for parenting children who have been traumatized?
4. The barriers to good self-care.
5. The road to good self-care.