Sharleen Keleher (pictured) is Project Officer at the Queensland Centre for Perinatal and Infant Mental Health (QCPIMH). She leads the Birdie’s Tree Early Learning Program. Birdie’s Tree is a disaster resilience program, designed to help young children process and recover from disasters.
After the severe flooding in northern NSW, not to mention COVID-19 and bushfires, information about supporting young children during times of crisis couldn’t be more timely.
The Birdie’s Tree curriculum resource provides story books, games and other ideas to help young children deal with trauma. See www.childrens.health.qld.gov.au/natural-disaster-recovery/
Sarah Moore is founder and CEO of Early Education Leadership. She is an experienced leadership coach who works with teams and individuals in early childhood on conscious leadership, communication, engagement. Sarah will take conference attendees through a playful and self-compassionate process of self-inquiry to help them reconnect with their purpose in the important work they do.
The conference also offers several interesting workshops
For details and bookings: bit.ly/ECSConference22