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Overview of Middle Childhood Development

Middle childhood, ages 6-12, doesn’t get as much attention as early childhood and adolescence, but these years are just as critical to growth and development.

Training participants will receive information on the following topics: key areas of development, the impact of trauma on school-age children, learning differences, internet safety, bullying, suicide and resilience. Please join us for 5 hours of training credit.

Middle Childhood Development (PDF)


This training is ideal for case managers, social workers, teachers, parents, foster parents and anyone else interested in understanding middle childhood development for effective interaction with children ages 6-12.


Deadline to register is June 15 at 9 am.

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Alexis Dow
Training Associate
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