|Announcements + Resources:
Click here to access June meeting minutes and resources.
JF&CS Infant-Parent Training Institute:
Scholarships available for Infant Mental Health Fellowship and the Infant Observation Course! Must apply by June 30th
Early Education Post-Masters Certificate
program at UMass Boston. Scholarships available! More info
Know Your Rights: A collection of resources.
Includes informational webinars for advocates and resources (English and Spanish) for clients. All free. From CLINIC.org
Summer Recreation Opportunities.
For people of all ages, abilities, and skill levels. Here.
Free Fun Fridays!
From Highland Street Foundation, FREE admission to a variety of local venues, from late June through August. Schedule available
in English and Spanish.
The Storymobile is back July 10th!
Interactive storytelling for young children, plus a free book to take home! Schedule available here.
It’s spray park season!
Find your local park with water spray play area to keep your cool this summer. Boston city spray parks listing is available here.
Frog Pond at Boston Common has their annual Spray Pool Opening Celebration
on Thursday, June 29th
, starting at 11am
Updated! The 2017 IECMH Professional Development Compendium
lists over 140 trainings for professionals working with infants, young children, and their families. Access here.
Youth Health Innovators’ Forum
presented by US-China Health Summit. Have a great idea to address unmet global health needs? Apply by June 23rd! Flyer
Or email Yang
for more info.
Trauma-Informed Early Care and Education
Toolkit for Teachers, Caregivers, and Staff. Click here!
PPAL Parent Group in East Boston
. Spanish Flyer.
FREE Harvard EdX Course:
Introduction to Family Engagement in Education. Learn about successful collaborations between families and educators and why they lead to improved outcomes for schools and students. More info.
Free mothers’ drop-in groups
around the city for pregnant and new moms! Flyer available.
Parent-Child Home Program
promotes language, literacy and social-emotional development for children ages 18 months through 2.5 years. Free for eligible Boston families!
Early Intervention Resources
Flyers on EI eligibility, common indicators of developmental delays, and more. Check them out here.
Do you have early childhood resources, job openings, or announcements you’d like to share with our listserv? Send them to NByars@bphc.orgto be included in future mailings.