Recursos en Español

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The Washington Association for Infant Mental Health works with a great network of other organizations as members, mentors, and collaborators. We are pleased to share resources for all Infant Mental Health professionals during this COVID-19 crisis.  Be sure click here to view our calendar of online trainings, webinars, and other events in our community and across the country. Click here for English language resources.

Self-Care for Prenatal to Five Providers

Meditation:  UCLA Guided Meditations in Spanish & English An introduction to mindfulness meditation that you can practice on your own. Recorded by UCLA MARC's Director of Mindfulness

Education, Diana Winston. 

Colección de diez audios con prácticas contemplativas de atención plena y autocompasión para tu bienestar y para ayudarte a conectar con los niños. Por Angelica Zapata, Facilitadora de Mindfulness de CCFW.

Caring for Families of Young Children

Resource: CCFW Emotions & Stress Handout This list helps strengthen emotional literacy in adults and children alike and includes synonyms for feelings, physical sensations and sources of stress.

COVID risk in Childcare settings:

Resource for caregivers in #Spanish and English to help children process recent scary events in playtime.

Brazelton Center's free webinars that are exploring the challenges and opportunities posed by virtual service delivery. In Spanish and English.

Resources for Parents in Supporting the Well-Being of their Young Children

Resources: Progresion del Estres   

Resources: Seattle Children’s Educación para la comunidad. El juego dirigido por el niño (CDP, siglas en inglés) es una manera especial de jugar entre dos, usted y su hijo, siendo el niño quien lo inicia y lo dirige.

Resources:  King County Library System Offers many free online activities for young children and their families this winter.

Video: Child Care Resources COVID-19 playlist This playlist of videos in English, Spanish & Arabic includes activities and information for providers and families.

~ updated 1/9/2021


Please note, this resource page is provided for informational purposes only. The majority of links posted above will take visitors to external sites that are not affiliated with WA-AIMH. This does not indicate our endorsement of any of the specific ideas, resources, links, or commentary shared, nor can we guarantee the accuracy of information as this is a quickly evolving situation.