Month: May 2021

June 8, 2021 12:00-1:30 PM Joint Part C/Part B Early Intervention convening with CT Leaders in the field of ASD

May 25, 2021

UPDATE <<Sorry for the registration issues – thanks to the folks at Zoom Support the registration link is working now.>> Please join Alice E. Ridgway, Part C Coordinator, Nicole Cossette, Assistant Part C Coordinator and Dr. Andrea Brinnel, SDE IDEA 619 Part B Manager in welcoming Dr. Ann Milanese, Dr. Marianne Barton, and Dr. Christine Peck to discuss challenges and advances around providing supports to children and families, especially as they transition from Birth to Three to preK special education. · How are early diagnosis and intensive supports changing children’s developmental trajectories? What are the implications? · Is an … Continue reading

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Panel Recommends Early Intervention and Parent Coaching for Infants with Cerebral Palsy

May 19, 2021

The recommendations apply primarily to children ages 0 to 2 years who are at high risk or have a diagnosis of cerebral palsy.  Recommendations include comprehensive multi-disciplinary care, addressing sleep and feeding issues that may interfere with motor and cognitive gains, supports in the context of child-parent interactions, and coaching of parents and caregivers!  AMAZING!  The rest of the world is catching on to what we have known and been doing in Birth to Three for ages.  

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B-3 Learning Community: Addressing Parent to Parent Conflicts

May 18, 2021

Join us virtually Friday, May 21, 2021 at 12pm for a facilitated discussion on “Addressing Parent to Parent Conflicts” with an expert: Aileen McKenna, Ph.D., I.M.H., Manager, OEC Home Visiting Programs, Family Liaison, CT Birth to Three. Agenda for the meeting can be found here.

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Equity in Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation Webinar

May 11, 2021

The Center of Excellence for Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation has a free webinar series to promote equity for children and families from marginalized communities. The webinar on May 26, “Culture, Identity, and History as Sources of Strength and Resilience for Asian American & Pacific Islander Children & Families,” will discuss racial bias and inequities in the early care and education experiences of Asian American & Pacific Islander children and families, and explore ways to support and strengthen culturally responsive relationships and responses in infant and early childhood mental health consultation. Register at the link above.

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