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Early Care and Education Seminars

Focus on Birth to Three

Are you a Developmental Specialist that needs hours toward your credential?

Are you an Early Care or Education Professional that needs to build your knowledge about child growth and development?

30 Hours of Content Designed for Early Childhood Professionals

  • Developmental specialists
  • Home visitors
  • Early childhood educators
  • Early childhood special educators
  • Preschool teachers
  • Child care professionals
  • Other early care and education professionals

Online Seminars you can take at your convenience and at your own pace.

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Seminar ($50 fee)
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Infant and Toddler Growth and Development

Decades of research show that early experiences have a profound impact on brain development and early intervention improves lifelong outcomes by minimizing the effects of developmental delays. This seminar addresses developmental stages and influences, sequences and variability of typical development, developmental milestones, growth and developmental domains, learning in natural environments, and integration of skills across domains.

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Disabilities and Risk Factors from Birth

This seminar provides in depth information and resources related to physical, medical, developmental, sensory, and mental health conditions and risk factors in young children. The six units include specific content on genetic syndromes, diagnosed conditions, special procedures for children with extraordinary physical and medical needs, and prevention and management.

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Family-Centered Services: Sending Families Forward Engaged, Equipped, and Empowered

Family-centered services are the heart of Early Intervention services. This seminar offers information and resources to help early care and education professionals provide family-centered services and supports to enhance the health and well-being of families, establish strong relationships with families, and build the knowledge and capacity of families to achieve the outcomes they have identified for themselves and their children.

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