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"On behalf of the Board of California Hands & Voices, I want to express my thanks for your webinar “Promoting Emotional Safety During Uncertain Times”. The webinar was well-planned and well-presented. We were pleased that you provided parents with tips for how to deal with their children’s emotions during this unusual time (the pandemic)."
"It was one of the most valuable professional learning sessions I have attended in 26 years."
"Jennifer was amazing. She provided real strategies for dealing with the current stay-at-home - but many of the ideas (i.e., the agendas) are useful at all times. I like that this was applicable to children of all ages."
"Jennifer is amazing at what she does! She is a child advocate to the core and has studied and prepared herself to share this knowledge and expertise with others. She consulted with me on my dissertation research to guide me in using a curriculum designed to teach individuals how to identify and respond to bullying. Her expertise was necessary and beyond helpful, so I could use the information correctly with my participants. I would highly recommend Jennifer!"
"I had the opportunity to work with Jennifer as an instructional specialist. Jen is a wonderful teacher – for both children and adult learners. She has strong coaching abilities as well. Jen is creative in her presentations and extremely knowledgeable of her content. You will find Jen to be personable, practical, and professional."
"I have had the opportunity to collaborate with Dr. Jennifer Johnson on several projects: she gave important insights into our Parent Safety Toolkit (a short introduction to childhood safety for parents) as well as a short parent workshop for the O.U.R. Children's Safety Project with Hands & Voices, a nonprofit supporting families raising deaf/hard of hearing children. Jennifer's content was immediately relatable and useable with parents and other caregivers and the professionals who support those parents in early intervention and beyond. She has a gift for making complex, abstract concepts more accessible to parents. No matter the child's unique needs or the background of the parents, everyone learned some important takeaways. We invited her to be a "Bright Spot" - an individual willing to be on our speaker's roster for future engagements throughout our Hands & Voices network and beyond on the topic of child safety. I especially value her insights into everyday routines where families have a chance to reinforce attachment and create emotional safety with very young children. Highly recommended!"
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