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2021 Texas Deafblind Symposium: Day 2 Recording
March 2, 2021

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The Impact of Stress on Brain Development
On Day 2 of our Symposium, we will hear from Dr. Judy Cameron, who is with the Center on the Developing Child at Harvard University and a professor at the University of Pittsburgh. As we all struggle to deal with the new reality of COVID lockdown and changes in our educational practices resulting from the pandemic, we are all experiencing additional stress in our lives. Dr. Cameron will explain how experiences shape brain development, and how increased anxiety and stress influence a number of processes in the developing brain. But, before you panic, she will also help us understand how experiences can also help children build resilience to the impact of stress and anxiety! Learn strategies for how parents and communities can enhance their use of social supports to optimize children’s brain development.

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