The violent and racist events and the images that continue to roll across screens in our homes can cause distress among young children. These resources can help.
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Janis Rouff raised her grandchild and with the help of the GRANDcares she has learned invaluable coping skills.
Stephen Aichele is an assistant professor in the Department of Human Development and Family Studies at Colorado State University. Learn more about why he came to CSU and his teaching philosophy.
Colorado State University faculty in the Department of Human Development and Family Studies partnered with CSU Extension’s Garfield County 4-H to create a peer mentoring training toolkit that 4-H agents can use to build a peer mentoring program from scratch.
Lindsey Weiler, the first graduate of Colorado State University’s Applied Developmental Science Ph.D. Program in the Department Human Development and Family Studies, has been promoted to associate professor with tenure at the Department of Family Social Science in the College of Education and Human Development at the University of Minnesota.
The MY-Skills Online Intervention for Chronic Pain is seeking research participants to enroll in an 8-week study that employs gentle movement and education to treat chronic pain.
Manfred Diehl, distinguished professor in the Department of Human Development and Family Studies at CSU, has published a new book to help graduate students and professionals better understand aging.
A recent CSU pilot study aimed to develop and evaluate occupational therapy in an equine environment for youth with autism.