Early Childhood Social & Emotional Support

The Fond du Lac County Community Partnership for Young Children (FCCPYC) partners with CSI to ensure that all children are healthy, nurtured, safe and successful from birth to school entry through:

  • Nurturing and Responsive Relationship
  • High Quality Supportive Environments
  • Targeted Social Emotional Supports
  • Intensive Interventions

Treffert Center Newsletter

The Treffert Center invites individuals, families and communities worldwide to explore the potential of the human mind, focusing on strengths rather than limitations. It seeks to preserve, make available and expand the legacy of Darold Treffert, MD, an internationally respected researcher in autism, savant syndrome and related conditions.

The center offers state-of-the-art comprehensive, multidisciplinary diagnosis and treatment of autism, behavior, and communication disorders in children and adults. Treatment includes in-home, center-based and community-based programs.

The Treffert Center makes available an international library of books, videos, documentaries, journals, art works and periodicals on autism, savant syndrome, hyperlexia and other types of exceptional brain performance. The library promotes and carries out further research on these conditions, along with dissemination of reliable information about these conditions for parents, professionals, students, media and general public.

Individuals and families also benefit from all day preschool and after-school experience designed to provide a foundation for a strong mind, body and spirit based on early education focused on play, movement, self-regulation and social understanding, giving children ages three to 12 the opportunity to gain the skills and experience to reach their full potential.

June 2017 Newsletter

May 2017 Newsletter 

April 2017 Newsletter

March 2017 Newsletter

February 2017 Newsletter

January 2017 Newsletter

December 2016 Newsletter

November 2016 Newsletter

The National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) has developed a new Web page providing a collection of resources specifically For Families. The new page features “Families Today”, a column by Doctors T. Berry Brazelton and Joshua Sparrow, information on quality child care and preschool programs, and resources to support development.

This website is filled with useful information, strategies, activities and resources for anyone working with Hispanic students and families. www.colorincolorado.org

From Zero to Three: Little Listeners in an Uncertain World: Coping Strategies for you and Your Young Child After Traumatic Events http://main.zerotothree.org/site/DocServer/handout.pdf/700245522?docID=2381&verID=1

www.colorincolorado.org Ofrece informacion y consejos practicos y muy utiles sobre la crianza de los ninos.

A comprehensive resource for single parents, including practical information and support for every step of the journey. www.singleparents.about.com

This video deminstrates the importance of supporting children and families at school and at home, starting before birth.

This video provides a picture of CSI's vision of family, school and community working together to support children as they grow.  Meeting their physical, social and emotional needs now will result in healthy adults and a safe community for everyone.  Safe Schools Healthy Students is the Federal grant that supports CSI.