Useful to: Alaska Native and American Indian communities, organizations working with and on behalf of Native communities, Native families and tribes themselves Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) are common. Many Tribal individuals, families, and communities have been impacted by childhood experiences causing physical and mental health adversities throughout the lifespan. However, with understanding and effort, individuals […]
There’s quite a mix of news to share in this issue of the Buzz: news and resources from the Feds; resources focused on supporting the physical and behavioral health of American Indians and Alaska Natives; and articles on helping children with disabilities coping with change. They are all yours for the coming, reading, and sharing.
This issue of the Buzz brings you news of 6 new resources and is divided into three sections: data basics for families; webinar wisdom; and healing, community, and the power of purpose. We’re pleased to say that 4 of the 6 resources are available in both English and Spanish.
This issue of the Buzz connects you with multiple resources we hope Parent Centers and other organizations will find helpful in supporting outreach to and service provision within 3 specific communities: Black communities, Latino communities, and Native American communities.
No, this Buzz is not about twins. Rather, it’s a special double issue–2 Buzzes in 1. There’s so much news buzzing around this month and so much to do as the holiday season presses nearer, we thought you might appreciate one longer Buzz instead of 2 shorter ones, as well as many new connections to materials in Spanish.
This infographic is populated with “did you know” facts about Native Americans, past and present, and connections to 5 resources and 2 bonuses to fuel your organization’s outreach activities to this underserved community.
Our country exists in a time of deep social turmoil and racial tension. People ask: How can we close this divide? How can we be more inclusive? This brief discusses an action that can be taken easily, an act that models positive outreach to and respect for three populations: American Indians, Alaska Natives, and Native Hawaiians.
(2020, November 11) | Useful to: All those concerned and involved with the history and present-day well-being of Native Americans. Take 2 minutes to listen to this moving story told by Ali Velshi on the Rachel Maddow Show on Veteran’s Day, 2020, which begins with the story of the military service of Marcella LeBeau, a […]
A library collection hosted by CPIR Developed by NAPTAC | Native American Parent Technical Assistance Center New resources being developed by LDAH | Leadership in Disabilities and Achievement of Hawaii September 2020 The training and briefs that NAPTAC created for Parent Centers included specific worksheets, group activities, and resource lists, all of which are designed […]
September 2020 A publication of the Center for Parent Information and Resources Written by Rosie Rowe, Executive Director, the PTI of Hawaiʻi English version | Word version (3 pages) and | PDF version (2 pages) Spanish version | Online in HTML | in Word and PDF Return to the Native American Resource Collection Native Hawaiians […]