“For to be free is not merely to cast off one’s chains, but to live in a way that respects and enhances the freedom of others.”
– ― Nelson Mandela
“From every mountainside, let freedom ring.”
– ― Martin Luther King Jr.
Greetings to you!
This Buzz is short and sweet and to the point, so you can hurry onward to the 4th of July celebrations and gatherings. May you have fun, unwind, stay safe, and enjoy the weekend and festivities ahead.
Our best to you, as always,
The CPIR Team
June 22nd Webinar Recording is Posted!
If you joined our June 22nd webinar on Vaccinations, Return to In-Person Learning, and What All Parents Need to Know, you know that the CDC shared the virtual TON of COVID-related resources they make available in multiple languages. Especially relevant to Parent Centers’ work are: guidance for schools and camps as they reopen to conducting their affairs in person; and their toolkit tailored to help community-based organizations safely reopen to in-person activities with a variety of audiences, including those who have been vaccinated against COVID and those who haven’t been.
We’ve listed and linked the majority of those resources on the webpage where the webinar recording, transcript, and Spanish-language translation of the webinar are posted: https://www.parentcenterhub.org/webinar-cdc-vaccinations-parents-june2021/
Thank you, CDC, for the richness and variety of resources you identified for all attendees. And thanks to all who participated!
Just One More Resource, Before We Go
7 Great Social Prep Ideas for Your Child With Special Needs
For your sensory-seeking child, this is a great time of year. With all the sounds, sights, and smells, your sensory lover is at an all-time high. Whether your child loves or repels from all the stimuli and changes in routine, keep these tips in mind as you plan and prepare for the 4th and other wildly social events.
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