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Friday, February 15
 

8:30am

Are the Kids Alright? Mental Health and Trauma Informed Classrooms
For many children exposure to trauma can lead to learning and behavior problems. Trauma is particularly challenging for educators to address because kids often don’t express the distress they’re feeling in a way that’s easily recognizable; instead they hide their pain behind defiance, aggression, irritability, or withdrawing from others. This session with discuss the science of trauma and its effect on brain development and strategies any teacher can implement in a classroom to become trauma-informed. This session is open to all conference participants. Teachers from these campuses must attend this session (1) time during the conference: Bayside INT; Brookside INT; League City ELEM; Mossman ELEM; Parr ELEM;  Wedgewood INT. 

Speakers
NU

Natalie Uranga

ESC, CCISD


Friday February 15, 2019 8:30am - 10:20am
CF Band

8:30am

Stop the Bleed
"Civilians need basic training in Bleeding Control principles so they are able to provide immediate, front line aid until first responders are able to take over care of an injured person. Due to many situations, there may be a delay between the time of injury and the time a first responder is on the scene. Without civilian intervention in these circumstances, preventable deaths will occur. Eligible participants are any individuals who may be called upon to assist with trauma patients while waiting for first response or EMS to arrive. The course has been designed for participants who have received little or no prior medical training. Examples of potential participants include teachers, taxi drivers, train station attendants, and Transportation Security Administration (TSA) workers. Information above is taken from the Stop the Bleed Instructor Guide and Brief Background Information Promotional Material "

Speakers
avatar for Kristin Salinas

Kristin Salinas

Outreach Athletic Trainer-Clear Creek High School, Houston Methodist


Friday February 15, 2019 8:30am - 10:20am
BSI 2319

8:30am

Youth Mental Health First Aide
We learn CPR and First Aid, this session teaches adults how to identify the signs and administer first aid for youth mental health. This is a must-attend session for parents with children. This is normally an 8-hour course, broken down in easy terms to understand. Participants will learn how to identify signs of mental health distress and how to administer appropriate support until a mental health provider can intervene.

Speakers

Friday February 15, 2019 8:30am - 3:05pm
CF 5410

8:30am

Youth Mental Health First Aide
We learn CPR and First Aid, this session teaches adults how to identify the signs and administer first aid for youth mental health. This is a must-attend session for parents with children. This is normally an 8-hour course, broken down in easy terms to understand. Participants will learn how to identify signs of mental health distress and how to administer appropriate support until a mental health provider can intervene.


Friday February 15, 2019 8:30am - 3:05pm
CF 5408

8:30am

Youth Mental Health First Aide
We learn CPR and First Aid, this session teaches adults how to identify the signs and administer first aid for youth mental health. This is a must-attend session for parents with children. This is normally an 8-hour course, broken down in easy terms to understand. Participants will learn how to identify signs of mental health distress and how to administer appropriate support until a mental health provider can intervene.


Friday February 15, 2019 8:30am - 3:05pm
CF 5422

8:30am

Youth Mental Health First Aide
We learn CPR and First Aid, this session teaches adults how to identify the signs and administer first aid for youth mental health. This is a must-attend session for parents with children. This is normally an 8-hour course, broken down in easy terms to understand. Participants will learn how to identify signs of mental health distress and how to administer appropriate support until a mental health provider can intervene.


Friday February 15, 2019 8:30am - 3:05pm
CF 5425

10:45am

Are the Kids Alright? Mental Health and Trauma Informed Classrooms
For many children exposure to trauma can lead to learning and behavior problems. Trauma is particularly challenging for educators to address because kids often don’t express the distress they’re feeling in a way that’s easily recognizable; instead they hide their pain behind defiance, aggression, irritability, or withdrawing from others. This session with discuss the science of trauma and its effect on brain development and strategies any teacher can implement in a classroom to become trauma-informed. This session is open to all conference participants. Teachers from these campuses must attend this session (1) time during the conference: Bayside INT; Brookside INT; League City ELEM; Mossman ELEM; Parr ELEM;  Wedgewood INT.

Speakers
NU

Natalie Uranga

ESC, CCISD


Friday February 15, 2019 10:45am - 12:35pm
CF Band

1:05pm

Are the Kids Alright? Mental Health and Trauma Informed Classrooms
For many children exposure to trauma can lead to learning and behavior problems. Trauma is particularly challenging for educators to address because kids often don’t express the distress they’re feeling in a way that’s easily recognizable; instead they hide their pain behind defiance, aggression, irritability, or withdrawing from others. This session with discuss the science of trauma and its effect on brain development and strategies any teacher can implement in a classroom to become trauma-informed. This session is open to all conference participants. Teachers from these campuses must attend this session (1) time during the conference: Bayside INT; Brookside INT; League City ELEM; Mossman ELEM; Parr ELEM; Wedgewood INT.

Speakers
NU

Natalie Uranga

ESC, CCISD


Friday February 15, 2019 1:05pm - 2:55pm
CF Band

1:05pm

Stop the Bleed
"Civilians need basic training in Bleeding Control principles so they are able to provide immediate, frontline aid until first responders are able to take over care of an injured person. Due to many situations, there may be a delay between the time of injury and the time a first responder is on the scene. Without civilian intervention in these circumstances, preventable deaths will occur. Eligible participants are any individuals who may be called upon to assist with trauma patients while waiting for first response or EMS to arrive. The course has been designed for participants who have received little or no prior medical training. Examples of potential participants include teachers, taxi drivers, train station attendants, and Transportation Security Administration (TSA) workers. Information above is taken from the Stop the Bleed Instructor Guide and Brief Background Information Promotional Material "

Speakers
avatar for Kristin Salinas

Kristin Salinas

Outreach Athletic Trainer-Clear Creek High School, Houston Methodist


Friday February 15, 2019 1:05pm - 2:55pm
BSI 2319