Pack 1: Responding to Critical Incidents in ECEC Centres: Resources to Support Educators, Children and Families

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This highly regarded pack has been developed by Dr Kaylene Henderson for the immediate support and guidance of your educators and families following a critical incident or accident in your centre.

Upon sign-up, you will gain access to two short, practically-focused videos:

Responding to critical incidents in your centre: An educator’s guide to conversations with children and their families (13 minute video)

The first of these is to be watched by your educators. This video provides practical guidance in speaking with and supporting both children and parents in the challenging hours and days following a critical incident.

Responding to incidents and accidents: A short guide for parents and carers (6 minute video)

The second, shorter video has been developed for your parent community. The focus of this video is to guide parents in speaking with and supporting their children following an incident. You are welcome to share this via email among your families in order to provide a shared, contained approach for children.

In addition to these videos, you will gain access to:

  • Email templates for your educator team and parent community
  • Printable tip sheets for educators
  • Printable tip sheets for parents
  • Ongoing access to these invaluable video and printable resources

Want to learn more?

Dr Kaylene Henderson is passionate about sharing practical, research based advice to help you feel more calm and confident while raising kind, resilient and socially and emotionally healthy children.

Click here to find out more about her acclaimed, research based online course series for parents, Raising Good Kids: Managing Behaviour and Emotions that you can watch on your iPad, smart phone or computer from anywhere in the world.

And here for the corresponding course series for early childhood professionals, Raising Good Kids: Managing Behaviour and Emotions in Early Childhood Care and Education Settings.