Birth to Three Calendar
This is a calendar that includes a variety of Connecticut Birth to Three System and other related events.
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Title: Behavior Basics: Laying the Groundwork for Positive Change
Event Website: https://militaryfamilieslearningnetwork.org/event/61143
Description: Professionals working with infants, toddlers, and preschoolers are likely to encounter challenging behavior. This webinar will provide a review of the ABCs of behavior (antecedent, behavior, consequence) as well as help professionals identify the function of behavior. Dr. Hardy will explain the ways in which multi-tiered systems of support (MTSS) can be utilized to manage challenging behavior for all children, but especially children with disabilities or who have experienced trauma. The use of tally sheets, forms, and checklists to
inform decisions that support positive behavior and sustain behavioral change will also be addressed.
1. Participants will be able to identify the ABCs of behavior (antecedent, behavior,
consequence) as well as the function of behavior.
2. Participants will define a multi-tiered support system (MTSS) and explain how it can
assist in managing challenging behavior.
3. Participants will discover strategies for collecting and using data (e.g., tally sheets, forms,
checklists) to inform decisions that will support positive behavior
Baby Beats and Breaths: Therapeutic Interventions for the Premature Infant with Cardiopulmonary Compromise
Holly Schifsky OTR/L, CNT, NTMTC, CBIS
March 27-28, 2020
Blythedale Children’s Hospital
This dynamic intermediate-advanced course will elucidate the cardiopulmonary implications for the premature or medically-complex infant as related to physiological stability, evolving motor control, sensory stability, and transition to oral motor skills that support feeding. Participants will learn to facilitate the infant’s ability to cough, produce audible phonation, develop oral motor skills, and improve swallowing skills, as well as gestation-age appropriate positioning and handling to support gross motor skills required for postural stability.
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Torticollis and Plagiocephaly: Assessment and Treatment of Infants and Children Impact on the Movement System of Infants and Beyond
April 3-4, 2020
South Shore Hospital
This dynamic course provides participants with the knowledge to effectively assess and treat children with torticollis. Learn effective strategies including designing home exercise programs, infant positioning, manual techniques, and taping to understanding helmet criteria, head asymmetries, surgeries, and associated diagnosis.
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SAVE THE DATE: April 7, 2020
Building a Great Life Conference: “ALL Means ALL: Building a Great Life for Everyone in our Communities”
Call for Presenters: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/VKHC3T6