Quarterly Newsletter - Summer 2017
What's New at DCRC

Learn about Spanish Strategies, Adult Resilience, and other e-DECA enhancements!  Read more

Have you seen our Fall Webinar Schedule yet?
PD Spotlight - Digital Learning Opportunities from DCRC!
The Devereux Center for Resilient Children is excited to share a variety of high quality digital learning opportunities available to your program/community.  See our current offerings.

Adult Resilience - What's Your Long-Term, Ongoing Strategy?
What happens after the trainings are over? Did people really learn anything? Will they use what they learned? At DCRC, we continue to think about these important questions.  Read more to see how we can help.

Research Corner - Research Supports the Devereux Reflective Checklist for Teaching Practices
As part of the DECA Preschool Program, the Devereux Reflective Checklist for Teaching Practices is designed to promote the quality of the early childhood classroom environment. Learn more!

ECMH Consultation Programs Nationwide are Using the DECA
The DECA Program was created to serve as a bridge between the world of early childhood education and mental health. DCRC is excited to share how programs in the states of Colorado, Michigan, New York, and North Carolina are using the DECA. See what they have to say!

We Need Your Help with Important Resilience Research! 
Be a part of the DESSA High School Edition National Standardization and our Risk and Protective Factors Study (DECA-P2). Learn more about them!
Get customized professional development  for your program by completing our form or contacting Professional Development Director Debi Mahler at dmahler@devereux.org

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Contact DCRC Newsletter Editor Rachel Wagner at rwagner3@devereux.org with questions, comments, or submissions. 

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