Domestic/Intimate Partner Violence:Impact on Children and Youth
Domestic/Intimate Partner Violence:Impact on Children and Youth Webinar
This self-paced webinar will explore the isse of Domestic Violence which is also called Intimate Partner Violence. Because DV is defined as a type of trauma, it can cause health, social and emotional implications for health and learning. The role of school staff, including teachers and nurses, in supporting students affected as well as resources for for further learning will be provided. Slides that contain learn more icons indicate resources that can be found on the NYSCSH website. A certificate of completion with 1 hour CTLE will be provided upon conclusion of the post-test. (March 19, 2018, 1-hour CTLE provided).
- Summarize components of domestic/intimate partner violence (DV/IPV).
- Explain how DV trauma affects cognitive development, social-emotional learning, overall health, job security and economic success.
- Apply concepts learned to develop strategies on how school staff can support students and families affected by violence.
Resources identified in this webinar are located on the Abuse|Domestic Abuse and Teen Dating Violence page on this website.
Development and provision of this information was funded by the NYSDOH AIDS Institute, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and supported by the New York State Education Department.
Page updated 3/23/18