Discover a research-based, relationship-focused digital coach that lives in a teacher’s pocket.
Predict and plan for challenging and disruptive behaviors.
Easily track children’s responses to triggers, identify patterns, understand children better, and plan ahead to mitigate challenging or disruptive behaviors before they occur.
Receive immediate guidance for moments of heightened classroom stress.
Leverage individualized intervention and prevention plans for children exhibiting dysregulated behaviors that stem from exposure to trauma and toxic stress.
Support teachers in prioritizing their own self-care and mental wellness.
Provide resources that help teachers prioritize their own self-care and mental well-being, which is especially important for those who have trauma-impacted children in their classrooms.
Build teacher knowledge and confidence with “bite-sized” professional development.
Short video, audio, and text-based professional learning opportunities—available on-demand, wherever and whenever teachers might have the time—allow them to learn about trauma and ACEs, dysregulated behaviors, and how to build relationships with trauma-impacted children.
Reinforce strategies at home with families.
Access resources that help teachers model responsive, relationship-building interactions for families and provide adaptable strategies families can use at home.
More Reasons to Love Noni
Support preschool, pre-K, and elementary school teachers.
Designed for preschool, pre-K, and elementary school teachers, Noni provides guidance, strategies, and personalized coaching to help teachers create trauma-sensitive, relationship-focused learning environments.
Provide relationship-based support that’s research-validated.
The guidance, strategies, and trauma-informed approach that Noni provides is rooted in and based upon research-validated practices used at Adventist HealthCare’s The Lourie Center for Children’s Social & Emotional Wellness.
Facilitate safe, secure relationships between teachers and children.
Noni helps teachers build strong relationships with children that act as a buffer against the negative impact of trauma and adverse childhood experiences (ACEs).
Build trauma-sensitive classrooms with whole-class focused, relationship-based teaching “micro-practices”.
Create learning environments where children feel safe and where resilience is fostered by implementing “micro-practices” in just a few minutes each day, without subtracting from instructional time.