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NEW INA Member Benefit – Collective Connections

INA Collective Connections Grief and the NannyAs we near the end of our Member Appreciation Month, we are excited to announce a NEW INA Member benefit: Collective Connections. Our first installment of this new benefit is called Grief and the Nanny but there will be more to come.

Collective Connections is a series of online workshops that are designed to be used in small groups in the nanny industry. Each workshop comes in kit that will include a video and a leader’s guide.

Gather a few people and watch the video as a group. The Group Coordinator will follow the leaders guide to discuss the topics presented in the video making the event unique and personalized to those in the group.

How can I use these kits?

  • For Agencies and Educators, looking for a way to support your nannies? This will make a great professional development event.
  • For Support Group Leaders, need something for one of your upcoming get-togethers? Use one our kits.
  • For Nannies or Newborn Care Specialists, get a small group together on your own in-person or virtually and go through a workshop together.

Here is how it works:

  • Any INA Member can check out the workshop through THIS FORM.
  • You will be given access within 72 business hours and will have access to it for 60 days. After 60 days, access will expire but you can recheck it out at any time.
  • During that time you can use it in any small group in the industry you would like. Those in the group do NOT need to be INA members, just one of the group coordinators needs to be an INA Member.
  • You will not be able to download the video so when you plan your event, make sure you have WIFI so you can stream it directly from our account.
  • Feel free to print the Leaders Guide if you prefer that format or just use it right on our account.

We look forward to providing more of these small group workshops for those in the industry. Let us know if you have any questions at memberservices@nanny.org.

 

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