"The Early Years: Infant Toddler Development and Barriers to Optimum Development"
Evelyn Rodriguez, M. Ed., Ali Lacey, MA, and
Marci Arroyo, MS. Early Childhood Consultation Partnership
DATE: July 23, 2013
TIME: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
AUDIENCE: All Social Work Staff
DESCRIPTIONS: Typical growth and development, ages birth through five years, will be explored as well as information on factors that can impact this development. The training will consider what can cause the derailment of a child’s development. This will include discussions of possible effects of such things as abuse, neglect, shaken baby, trauma, displacement, grief and environmental issues. This training is meant to help you understand why the early years are critically important and how early care giving and experience provide the foundation for healthy development. Factors that can help support and maintain the child will also be explored.
The following are objectives of the training:
Be able to identify developmental milestones from birth through three years
Will understand the connection between responsive care, stimulation, and interaction on development
Will understand the developmental issues that can arise from abuse, neglect, trauma, grief, loss and environmental risks.
Will recognize how and infant or toddler might respond through behavior
Will understand the needs of infants and toddlers
Will consider the need for care and support for caregivers
Location: C.O.T.A., 505 Hudson Street, Hartford, CT 06106
This event is 0 miles from you (06106).
9 AM - 4 PM