Quarterly Newsletter
DCRC Spring Newsletter 2014


We hope this Spring is a chance for new beginnings and thawing out.  Be sure to always take care of you OWN Resilience! 






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Hello Friends of DCRC,
We think Spring is finally here for the majority of us!  We're excited about new beginnings
fresh perspective, and spring's beauty all around us.
Below are some updates, events, tips and strategies for this season.  We hope you enjoy!
What's in the Spring Edition?
What's New at DCRC?  e-DECA Strategies now available; Guest Speaker webinar series; Resilience and Home Visitation Publication; and DECI Director honored - Read more here!
Exciting Guest Presenters as Part of DCRC's FREE Webinar Series!  Julie Ribaudo and Travis Wright are the next guest speakers in our informational webinar series.  FREE Webinar TODAY with Julie Ribaudo!  Learn more here!
Joan Sherman Program Shows Promise: DCRC continues to hone our approaches for building resilience in children and families in the child welfare system - Read more here!
5 Spring Resilience Builders for Children of ALL Ages!  (This means you too Adults!):  Fun and simple strategies to build resilience this spring - Available here!
Pre-Service and Professional Development Topics: Learn more about the wonderful options DCRC offers for training and technical assistance for you and your staff by clicking here!
7 Tips for Being Trauma Sensitive with Children in the School Environment: How can we best work with children exposed to trauma, while also meeting the needs of the rest of our class?  DCRC staff shares tips here!
Building YOUR Bounce: 4 Tips for Stress Management:  Feeling stressed or overwhelmed, or just need some good ideas to help pick yourself up?  Click here!



Editor Contact

Karen B. Cairone, DCRC National Newsletter Editor


Contact me with comments/questions or contributions:  kcairone@devereux.org