Category: Training

Webinar – The Caregiver Coaching Framework (Session 2) – Dathan Rush & M’Lisa Shelden

November 29, 2018

Caregiver coaching consists of five research-based characteristics that when used together result in positive parent-identified outcomes for infants, toddlers, and their families. This one-hour webinar will introduce participants to the coaching characteristics of observation, action/practice, reflection, feedback, and joint planning.  For more information and to Register   


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Writing Functional IFSP Outcomes – Webinar sponsored by DEC

November 15, 2018

1 hour Webinar on November 29th, 1-2 PM EST.   Effective IFSP outcomes are the foundation of intervention. This presentation reviews new guidance documents adapted from the ECTA Functional Outcome Framework. This session will support functional outcome writing with visual guidance documents. Register: https://divisionearlychildhood.egnyte.com/dl/TpETpuC2ut


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Early Intervention Specialist course through UCEDD – January 2019!

November 7, 2018

The University Center for Excellence in Disabilities (@ UCONN) is offering an Interdisciplinary Training for Early Interventionists.  The goal of these Master’s level courses is to enhance the knowledge and skills of professionals currently working in the field of early intervention.  This year long training offers participants the option of receiving credit for 3 masters level courses through UCONN or a stipend of comparable value.  Successful completion also awards the Birth to Three Credential which allows paraprofessionals to be considered early intervention specialists (professionals) for the purpose of job duties and insurance requirements.  For information contact Gabriella Freyre-Calish at (860)679-1563 or … Continue reading


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Coaching Webinar! November 6th!

October 25, 2018

Zero To Three is sponsoring a series of three live webinars by Dathan Rush and M’Lisa Shelden.  The first is on November 6th and will focus on the background and rationale for the use of coaching by early intervention providers, Early Head Start and Head Start home visitors, and others who work closely with parents/caregivers.  We encourage staff to take advantage of the upcoming training opportunities! Register Here!


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Early Childhood Education Conference: Gesell Institute of Child Development

May 15, 2018

July 2018 the Gesell Institute is hosting an early childhood conference: Choose Wonder.  Experts in child development and early childhood education will share the latest research and practical tools to equip early childhood professionals to truly see and know children.


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Building a Great Life Conference – update

April 10, 2018

The planning team for this great conference (on April 19th) believes that some people may have had difficulty registering online, either because they don’t have a credit card or for other challenges. If you or one of your families would like help or would prefer to pay at the door, please call: 800.842.7303 (toll-free, in CT) Here is the flyer again.


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Last Call for EC Conference about Resilience and Trauma

March 28, 2018

Below is a link about the conference for anyone who works with, cares for, or is passionate about helping children and families. Friday, April 6th & Saturday, April 7th, 2018 8:30 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. Hartford-Windsor Marriott 28 Day Hill Rd, Windsor, CT 06095 Four reasons to attend this 2-day conference… Take advantage of a discounted hotel rate and plan two days of learning! Grab some popcorn for our Friday Movie Matinee showing of “Resilience” (free with conference registration) Network with others and see over 30 vendors Share in the celebration as we honor champions with our annual Community Vision … Continue reading


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NuMotion Webinar: Supporting Young Children’s Power Mobility Skill Development

March 27, 2018

Webinar on April 10, 2018 from 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM discussing power mobility for young children.  Presented by Roslyn Livingstone MSc(RS), OT and Debbie Field MHSc OT, PhD.  Register and more information here.


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Parent Leadership Training

February 23, 2018

Partners in Policymaking is a training program that is designed to build collaboration among people with disabilities, parents who have children with disabilities, service providers, and policy makers at national, state and local levels.  For the first time,  a shorter, modified training designed for parents of young children with disabilities ages birth to five will be offered – 4 Saturdays in April/May.  More information.


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The Connecticut Women’s Consortium

October 17, 2017

Women, Babies, and the Opioid Epidemic: A Multi-System Approach Innovative Approach in Connecticut For Pregnant Women & Babies Dependent on Opioids Wednesday, November 15, 2017 Quinnipiac University Information, Agenda and Register:  http://www.womensconsortium.org/womenbabiesopioids      


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Advance Your Practices: Early Intervention Specialist Course @ UCONN

September 13, 2017

Are you working in Birth to Three and want to expand your knowledge and practices with families.  The University of Connecticut, Mary Beth Bruder, is offering a course including a series of 3 modules on early intervention.  The course will allow for graduate credit or a stipend, as well as attainment of the CT. Birth to Three Early Intervention Specialist Credential after successful completion of  the 3 modules. Course starts in January.  Apply now!  If you have any questions, please contact Gabriela Freyre-Calish at (860) 679-1563 or email at freyre@uchc.edu   Here is what your colleagues are saying:  “If you are passionate about what you do … Continue reading


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Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome – webinar

September 11, 2017

September 19, 2017: Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome: What is it and how can it be prevented? Tuesday, September 19, 2017 12:30:00 PM EDT – 1:30:00 PM EDT Every 25 minutes, a baby is born suffering from opioid withdrawal. Maternal opioid use and neonatal abstinence syndrome (NAS) is dramatically increasing, by nearly five-fold since 2000, providing newborns with greater likelihood of birthweight, respiratory complications, and other critical health conditions. (NIH, 2017). This webinar will describe, review screening and treatment recommendations, and showcase select health programs for managing NAS. Dr. Joseph El Khoury, Assistant Professor in the Division of Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine at the … Continue reading


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Check Out The New Calendar with Updated Training Information

August 17, 2017

Along with the new website comes a new calendar.  It appears as a list with some information about each training or event.  If you prefer a whole month calendar view, just click on the Agenda box at the top right of the calendar and change it to the view you prefer.  Some trainings have recently been added and more will be coming.  Check in frequently!


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New Communication Resources for Birth to Three Providers

August 17, 2017

NEAT has developed several AT Informational Resource Flyers on various communication apps and devices frequently requested by Birth to Three providers (such as Pro-Lo-Quo, LAMP).  These resources provide information on the notable features of each application along with links to video training modules on their use.  These informational AT resources can be found on the Birth to Three section of the NEAT website.


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Coaching Institute for Early Childhood – July 19 & 20

June 16, 2017

Are you interested in learning about coaching models and improving your practice? This two-day institute will support levels of beginner, intermediate and experienced coaches in the early intervention field. Outcomes: Examine different coaching models that support early childhood providers and parents; Learn more about the core principles of coaching as outlined by Rush & Shelden; Explore differences in coaching process when context/setting is considered; Reflect on your coaching disposition; Understand the different roles related to coaching vs. supervision vs. consultation. This training is sponsored by All Our Kin, CT. Birth to Three, CT. Head Start, Office of Early Childhood, EASTCONN, … Continue reading


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Workshop: Promoting Social Competence

June 16, 2017

 Promoting Social Competence: Using quality practices to plan and prevent challenging behaviors in young children.          UConn Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities (UCEDD) is offering a summer workshop for Early Childhood professionals on the knowledge and skills needed to implement effective early childhood practices to address challenging behaviors. Areas of focus will include:  Precipitators of Behavior Challenges, Multi-Tiered Levels of Student Support, Curriculum and Adaptations, Family Partnerships, Relationships.   More Information!        


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Cranial Symposium through Hanger Clinic

May 18, 2017

On May 23, 2017 Hanger Clinic is sponsoring a clinic from 4 – 7:45 PM (dinner provided)  on Clinical and Therapeutic Approaches for Plagiocephaly,   Brachycephaly, and Craniosynostosis.  For more information see : Hanger Clinic Continuing Education  or for registration.  Birth to Three Providers can use the code “hangeredu” for free registration!    


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Promoting Safety and Connections with Fragile Infants and their Families

April 17, 2017

The CT Hospital Association and the CT Perinatal Quality Collaborative are sponsoring a free training on strategies for Promoting Safety and Connectedness: A philosophy of care for the high risk infant and  family. Friday, April 21 8:45 AM – 4:45 PM Keynote speaker Stephen W. Porges is a “Distinguished University Scientist” at the Kinsey Institute, Indiana University Bloomington and professor in the department of psychiatry at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill in North Carolina. He is the developer of the Polyvagal Theory linking the evolution of the autonomic nervous system to social behavior. There is no fee, but … Continue reading


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New information on Child Trauma

March 31, 2017

  Infographic: Addressing Child Trauma in CT           The Child Health and Development Institute (CHDI) has published a new infographic showing the tremendous progress made in CT in addressing childhood trauma, as well as plans to address gaps in care for young children. CHDI also released an Issue Brief “Supporting Young Children Who Experience Trauma: The Early Childhood Trauma Collaborative.” It discusses the effects of trauma on young children and ways Connecticut can support young children who experience trauma.  


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Webinar – Partnering With Diverse Dads: Challenges and Successes

December 21, 2016

Join an informative Webinar where experts will discuss strategies and tips for engaging diverse dads in all types of settings, including pediatric practices.  This free 90 minute webinar on Monday, January 9, 2016 at 12:00 PM (Central) hosted by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) FamilY Partnerships Network (FPN) and Committee on Psychosocial Aspects of Child and Family Health (COPACFH) is a follow-up to “Don’t Forget the Dads: The Important Role of Fathers in Child and Family Health”, held in May 2016, and in direct response to participant comments requesting practical strategies for engaging dads of diverse backgrounds. Register.


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