The sixth annual Oregon Parenting Educators Conference and Training Institute will be held May 19-20 at LaSells Stewart Center and CH2M Hill Alumni Center on the Oregon State University campus. The conference, hosted by the Hallie E. Ford Center for Healthy Children and Families and the Oregon Parenting Education Collaborative (OPEC), is designed with parenting educators in mind and provides an […]
“This study underscores the importance of a high quality recess experience for children,” says William Massey.
The course – Red Light, Purple Light: A Self-Regulation Intervention Program – incorporates a series of evidence-based music- and movement-based games that can be used to promote young children’s self-regulation at home and at school.
This conference focuses on bringing professionals together from many different fields – including parenting education, home visiting, early childhood education, health care, social work and early intervention specialists. Professionals working with families and children of any age in any setting will find the conference beneficial.
Adding a daily 20 to 30 minute self-regulation intervention to a kindergarten readiness program significantly boosted children’s self-regulation and early academic skills, College of Public Health and Human Sciences researcher Megan McClelland has found.
A new book about World War II, Korean War and Vietnam veterans – “Long-Term Outcomes of Military Service: The Health and Well-Being of Aging Veterans” – provides valuable insights into the effects of military service as a hidden variable in aging research. The book’s editors are Rick Settersten, endowed director of the Hallie E. Ford Center for Healthy Children and Families; Carolyn Aldwin, endowed director of the Center for Healthy Aging; and Avron Spiro of Boston University and the Boston Veterans Administration.