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The Connecticut Children's Collective was pleased to present a workshop highlighting the work of The Cook Center for Human Connection on Wednesday November 16, 2022. We welcomed guest speakers Adele Winter, Director of Growth, who introduced us to so many FREE resources

We all know that COVID has left many families and individuals in need of mental health supports. It was a global pandemic, and we all have been traumatized to some extent, because of it. That is why the Connecticut Children's

On October 19, 2022 the Collective welcomed Julia Richter, Director of Choose Love C.A.R.E.S (Cultivating Authentic Relationships in the Education System. She spoke about that we as educators and professionals have to be sure to fill our cups, so we

On September 14, 2022 the Connecticut Children's Collective welcomed Yolie Flores, the National Campaign Manager for Parent Nation, a movement sweeping the country focused on building national support for the role of parenting. It is our moral obligation to ensure that all

Mental health conditions do not discriminate based on race, color, gender or identity. Anyone can experience the challenges of mental illness regardless of their background. However, background and identity can make access to mental health treatment much more difficult. Bebe Moore

Making Scripted Stories for Home and School Scripted stories can be a valuable visual tool in the classroom and at home! Scripted stories can help a child understand what to expect during new situations or everyday routines and provide examples of

Million Women Mentors-CT Invites you to a join a virtual discussion: Learn why science education is so important for all young children and what initiatives are happening in CT to improve science education Nurturing the Little Scientist in all Young Children STEM for

On April 20, 2022 the Collective welcomed CPAC's Co-Executive Director, Jane Hampton-Smith,  to lead an interactive workshop on the services that CPAC can provide to the families, and what services families may need in the aftermath of COVID-19. Connecticut Parent Advocacy