Digital Dialogues and Webinars

Digital Dialogues and Webinars

Our Digital Dialogues provide an opportunity for participants to engage directly with one or more experts in key topics in the field. Each 45-minute discussion is accompanied by additional resources for exploring the issue more fully.

Recent Digital Dialogues

Engaging Parents Around Newly Approved Pediatric COVID-19 Vaccines and Building Vaccine Confidence

Parents have lots of questions about COVID-19 vaccines for young children. Child and family serving programs and staff have a unique opportunity to share information and engage parents around this new opportunity to save lives, prevent hospitalizations, and keep children safe. Hear more about the why and how of vaccinating children against COVID-19 and learn about new tools and resources that will help you engage parents in this important conversation. (49:18)

Laying the Groundwork: Paid Family Leave as a Prevention and Promotion Strategy

New data shows that policies to provide universal concrete and economic supports to families can have a powerful impact on child abuse and neglect prevention and broader family well-being. This Digital Dialogue covered one such strategy—paid family and medical leave. It explored what research tells us about the impacts of these concrete supports and provided information about one state’s journey to a statewide policy. (49:36)

Caring for Kinship Caregivers

In 2018, 2.7 million children were being raised in a kinship care family without a parent present – either with grandparents, aunts/uncles, siblings, or close family friends. While kinship caregivers provide essential support to children, many frequently need support to carry out this added responsibility effectively. (47:07)

Recorded Digital Dialogues and Webinars

Child Abuse Prevention

Community Engagement

Families Impacted by Incarceration


Resilience and Well-being

Trauma and Healing

Workforce Support