Many organizations offer suggestions for how to help those who are direct victims or hear about victims of disasters including episodes of interpersonal violence.  See the websites of the American Academy of PediatricsNAEYC and the National Center for Children Exposed to Violence, located at the Yale Child Study Center. 12/3/2012

Many studies show the harmful effects of exposing children to violence in television shows, computer games, music and movies. Violence in media promotes aggressive behavior, nightmares and fear of being harmed. Most of it minimizes the consequences of violent actions. The review of evidence by experts at the American Academy of Pediatrics confirms that “…media violence is one of the causes of real-life violence and aggression.” Pediatrics 2009;124;1495

ECELS offers many live and recorded webinars available to use for PA Key and Act 48 credit. The recordings are on the ECELS website a week or so after the live webinar. “Managing Challenging Behaviors” was the first ECELS webinar for 2016. It was presented live on 1/14/2016.

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