Introduction to Early Intervention: How to Spot a Need and Where to Turn for Support
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If you are employed in a state that uses a registry to track professional development hours, you will be able to provide your registry ID (Stars, MOPID, Registry or other ECE ID#) after you have completed the quiz for the course. If you pass the quiz we will report your course completion to the state registry using the registry ID that you provide.
One of the most crucial time periods for learning and development in a child’s life is from birth to the age of 5. Because 90% of the brain develops during this time, children are meeting new milestones almost every day. But what happens if we notice a child isn’t meeting their developmental milestones? How do we spot a need and who do we turn to for support? In this course, participants will learn how to track a child’s development and what steps they should take for obtaining support. We will discuss methods and tools that can be used both in the classroom and shared with parents. Course Length – 3.5 hours
The course will help answer the following questions:
How do I know if a child isn’t meeting developmental milestones?
Who should I talk to if I notice a developmental delay?
How can I track development to be sure I notice a delay?
Participants who successfully complete this course will:
Understand how to track developmental milestones and detect delays.
Learn how they should respond when they note a developmental delay.
Gain insight into why early prevention is very import to a child’s development.