Early Intervention Specialist Course @ UCONN

August 10, 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. 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 in early intervention, then this is a course for you. Whether you have been in the field for a long time or are just starting out, there is something for you to learn.” – Amanda Mimande (Beacon Service of CT)

“The EISP program has greatly expanded my knowledge on best practices in early intervention. I feel much more confident in my role helping families promote their child’s growth and development.” – Dorit Dahan (Theracare)

“What you learn is essential in equipping both new and seasoned providers to be effective early interventionists who are versed in best practices.” – Allison Witkovic (LEARN Birth to Three Program)

“I highly recommend these classes if you’re looking to stay in the early intervention field. I have learned so much and feel more confident in my abilities as a service coordinator and a special-education teacher.” – Heather Nacca (South Bay Community Services)

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