Children’s Anxiety Free Webinar
This presentation on Children’s Anxiety that was held in Rochester for area school nurses and health professionals. NYSASN has received permission to share the presentation for free. When directed to the presentation through the link , please use the password: January 2016. Link to presentation on Children’s Anxiety
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Reducing Lead in Drinking Water in Schools and Childcare Facilities
EPA is hosting a quarterly webinar series to highlight examples of efforts to reduce lead in drinking water in schools and child care facilities. These webinars will include a brief overview of lead in drinking water, best practices, lessons learned, challenges, and available resources. The June webinar will feature Denver Water and Denver Public Schools.
Registration link: http://login.icohere.com/registration/register.cfm?reg=3684&evt=Denver
Making the Connections for New York’s Trafficked Youth
May 9, 2017 – Kingston, NY
Making the Connections for New York’s Trafficked Youth is designed to foster the collaboration and cooperation among professionals, local and state law enforcement agencies, and social services providers who serve vulnerable children at risk of or already victims of sex trafficking. The day-long, multidisciplinary event of panel presentations and workshops will be focused on the statewide inter-connectedness of New York’s missing, exploited, runaway, homeless, and trafficked youth.
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