Self-Care: Doing What Makes your Heart Smile

July 25, 2023

Episode 280

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Tina Norris discusses self-care and what it really means, as well as the benefits and how to prioritize time for yourself in your daily life. 


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Show Notes: 

MCEC Global Training Summit  

Don’t miss Tina’s webinar, Self-care Essentials for Military Families, available On Demand in the MCEC Global Training Summit event platform.  The Virtual Summit is Wednesday, July 26 from 11 am – 4:30 pm EDT. Register today — it’s not too late and it’s free. 


Did you miss the Virtual Summit? No worries. Starting in August, you can find Tina’s webinar on our YouTube channel.




Tina Norris brings a wealth of experience in working with children, adolescents, and families to her role as the Family Engagement Specialist at PEATC. With a strong focus on engaging families of children with disabilities, Tina manages the family engagement initiative and is dedicated to empowering families through education and advocacy. Her expertise extends to various areas, as she is a highly respected speaker and workshop facilitator who addresses topics such as family engagement, bullying prevention, self-care and wellness, puberty to adulthood, and sexual health and wellness for students with disabilities.


Having personally navigated the complex education system as a parent, Tina firmly believes that family engagement is critical for the success of all children. Through her practical approach, she establishes collaborative relationships with schools, communities, and advocacy organizations, serving as a bridge to enhance family engagement within our communities and schools.


Tina is a Certified Bullying Prevention Specialist, Certified Healing Centered Engagement Practitioner, and an ACT Raising Safe Kids Violence Prevention Facilitator. She is a member of the National Association for Family, School, Community Engagement, the International Bullying Prevention Association, and serves on the Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP) Parent Center Workgroup.



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