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We are thrilled to announce that Wayside has won three Top Workplace awards from Energage! Our annual Staff Satisfaction Survey has earned us the Top Workplace award in...View More >>
FRAMINGHAM – The 19th annual MetroWest Human Services Advocacy Coalition legislative breakfast was held at Nevins Hall inside the Memorial Building in Framingham on...View More >>
Presenter: Valarie A Chavis, MS Ed.
This is a training about supporting multiracial families to ensure that all identities are seen and valued both in therapeutic settings and in a family. There will be skills shared on how to ensure the identity of everyone is supported, valued and celebrated. Learn more about how important the cultural heritage of a family can be to connection with youth and families.
• Confidence in navigating cultural challenges and addressing racism and privilege
• Skills to nurture their child’s cultural heritage and promote a positive racial identity
• Practical tools and a parenting blueprint for guidance
This training provides participants with insights oncreating a domestic violence-informed approach throughunderstanding the principles of the Safe and Togethermodel and developing competency in addressingdomestic violence within child welfare.
At Wayside's DEI Committee, we are beginning to engage in the conversation of how to build not just an antiracist culture at Wayside, but an anti-ableist one as well. One way...View More >>
One Antiracist Action You Can Take Today:Support Microgrants For Families Fleeing States With Anti-LGBTQ+ Laws
With over 400 anti-LGBTQ bills being proposed across the U.S. in this legislative session and with many states already passing them into law, families with LGBTQ+ kids are...View More >>
One Antiracist Action You Can Take Today: Learn The Roots of the Terms, Asian American, AAPI, and AANHPI
May is Asian Pacific Islander Heritage Month. This month dig into knowing more about the history of this term and who it applies to. First coined as a chosen name to...View More >>