Active Play - Reducing Risk and Promoting Health

Why is active play so important for young children?  Learn from professionals about the value of active play and reducing risk from hazards.  This webinar content includes:   the importance of active play to support social-emotional, cognitive and physical development of young children;  the leading hazards that cause the most common injuries in active play environments;  and tools to implement a plan for active play area maintenance. Presenters are Dr. Susan S. Aronson, ECELS Pediatric Advisor, Betsy Caesar, MEd, President, Playcare, Inc. and Tyrone Scott, MBA, CPSI. 

Participants receive 1.5 hours of professional development credit for participating and completing the evaluation. PA Key and Act 48 credit are available for this recorded webinar.  To listen to the recording, click here. Download the handouts and evaluation form in the links below.