Ready4K trauma informed helps educational leaders support families through loss, change, injustice and trauma.
Dr. Wai‘ale‘ale Sarsona has a mission: to increase access to early learning for families in Hawai’i. Like school leaders across the country, Sarsona faced unexpected challenges when COVID arrived on the islands. But with Hawai‘i’s unique geography and her team’s specific learning goals, she knew the best solution would require thinking differently. As Vice PresidentContinue reading “Case Study: Supporting Kamehameha ‘Ohana Where They Are”
By Françoise Lartigue, Ready4K Content Manager A few weeks ago I ran into a good friend whom I hadn’t seen in awhile. Before I could get a word in, she stated “Don’t even ask me how I am doing!” “Okay” I responded, “So how are you coping then?” “Ha, ha!,” she said. “Not well andContinue reading “You Are Not Alone: Building Mental Health Awareness in 2021”
By Rebecca Honig, Director of Content and Curriculum Every day, for the past 4 months, my 9-year-old daughter asks the same question, “How many days till I can hug my friends again?” This longing is echoed by my 13-year old who frequently probes, “When will sleepovers be a thing again?” and worries aloud, “What ifContinue reading “Feelings First”
We’re excited to share this behind-the-scenes story of how the Ready4K team collaborated with First 5 Del Norte to create the country’s first trauma-informed text message support program.
The lessons we’ve learned will help you get community resources into families’ hands. As importantly, it will get those resources used by the families that need them.
we joined the South Dakota Statewide Family Engagement Center (SDSFEC) in sharing practical strategies for putting trauma-informed family engagement research into practice.