Month: September 2021
Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) Exploration
September 29, 2021
AAC Exploration: A Guide to Evaluation Success TWO part remote training will be presented by Elena Fader, MA, CCC/SLP, AAC Specialist with New England Assistive Technology (NEAT). Training will be held on November 4th and 9th from 1:30-3:30. Participants must attend both days of training. The range of AAC apps and devices available on the market today can be confusing and overwhelming. How do you know which systems to compare and trial? What considerations need to be made specific to young children to support their language development? Team collaboration, a needs assessment, and a comprehensive feature matching process can help … Continue reading
CPAC Presents: Learning Series with Early Childhood Professionals ABA Foundations
September 22, 2021
Do you have questions about Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) and whether is right for your child? In this workshop we will explore what ABA means, how to know if ABA is right for your child, when to seek help and how does ABA improve communication and language skills in young children with Autism. Workshop presented by Rachel Scott-Rosenbluth, MS, BCBA, LBA Applied Behavioral Interventions’ Clinical Director at Autism Care Partners. When: Wednesday October 6th 6-7 PM Register in advance: https://bit.ly/3nMXVKo For more information, contact CPAC at (860) 739-3089 or email Adriana Fontaine at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Eye Health Information Tool Kit for Parents and Caregivers
September 7, 2021
Small Steps for Big Vision: An Eye Health Information Tool Kit for Parents and Caregivers The National Center for Children’s Vision and Eye Health at Prevent Blindness partnered with the National Head Start Association to create this online resource to provide families and caregivers with the information, suggested actions, and assistance they need to be empowered partners in their children’s vision and eye health, and to care for their own vision and eye health. Resources available in English and Spanish. Learn more here.
EI Staff – Alternate Route to Certification!
September 7, 2021
Charter Oak is holding an open house October 27th at 6 PM for the Alternate Route to Certification for Early Intervention staff desiring #112 certification through the CT. State Department of Education. It is a year long program. For more information: https://acorn.charteroak.edu/ICS/ARC/