Supporting Relationships in Early Intervention Using an Infant Mental Health Model

father and childWednesday, September 23 - Part 2
2:00pm - 5:00pm | Zoom Event

Lisa Katzman, PT, DPT, PCS

This interactive two-part course will introduce the concepts of early childhood mental health, reflective practice, and therapeutic use of self as they relate to practice in early intervention. The instructor will review the factors that influence the formation of relationships in families of young children with disabilities and developmental delays.

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Saturday Morning Listen

Saturday, September 26 | 9:30 am - 10:30 am | ZOOM Meeting
Wake up with Infant Development Association. Join us this summer with your favorite morning drink and treat on the fourth Saturday of the month to connect on issues of interest to our early intervention community. IDA wants this to be an opportunity for you to talk about your insights, ideas, and adaptations made personally and professionally.
A relationship-based approach is critical to our children and families. All of us need to develop relationships, and IDA Saturday Morning LISTEN is for all our early intervention professionals and caregivers. Join us – we look forward to meeting you.
Starting October 1, IDA will be only promoting Saturday Chats to our members only! Make sure that you don't miss out, join IDA today!

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Join Us For Another Popular Virtual Event

LIVE Coach-the-Coach E.I. Practice with Stacey Landberg, M.S., CCC-SLP

Friday, October 16, 2020 | 12:30pm - 1:30pm
Water Can

This event will feature LIVE coach-the-coach practice. Together we will practice coaching strategies (e.g. problem-solving, reflection, observation, feedback, etc.) while we watch segments from a recent mobile coaching visit between another family and another home-visitor. This is a unique opportunity to support an EI colleague as we coach them live through this video self-modeling process. Video modeling is an evidence-based way to learn from our peers and strengthen our own coaching and routines-based-intervention skills. This is the second coaching event in a series of ongoing monthly coaching/RBI live zoom events.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Increase home-visitors confidence and competence for supporting families and young children’s social-emotional development.
  • Discuss and practice using at least three coaching strategies (e.g. reflection, problem solving, observation, feedback).

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IDA member: $25
Non IDA member: $35

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