With Chaya Kulkarni (BAA, M.Ed, Ed.D)Director, Infant Mental Health Promotion, The Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto
PLEASE NOTE: This event has been rescheduled to February 13, 2017
Research has demonstrated that early identification and intervention is crucial to increasing the likelihood of positive outcomes for children identified as at risk for developmental delay. There are a variety of approaches for gathering information about a child and their environment. Understanding and being able to observe typical and atypical social and emotional development in infants and toddlers is imperative to formulating appropriate plans for referrals and interim strategies to support development. Likewise the use of validated screening and assessment tools to determine a child’s developmental status can then be used to clearly guide professionals and caregivers in identifying areas of concern, necessary supports, resources and services. This workshop will provide an overview and introduction to a variety of methods and tools for observation and screening with the 0 - 5 population. The Ages and Stages Questionnaires (ASQ:3R and ASQ-Social-Emotional) will be highlighted as examples of effective screening tools. Participants will also learn about the advantages of involving parents in the assessment process including cost-effectiveness and improved accuracy of assessment due to their ability to observe their child across a variety of domains. Learning Objectives:1. Understand the importance of early developmental screening and observation for infants and young children.2. Become familiar with a variety of observational frameworks and methods.3. Understand the key components of an effective screening or assessment tool.4. Learn how to effectively administer, score and interpret the results the ASQ Screening Tools.5. Use screening and observation results in implementing effective programs for children and families.
*Please note the training costs do not include the costs of any ASQ materials (Toolkits, User Guide, Quick Start Guides, Material Kits, etc.). Case study examples will be included, however It is the responsibility of the agency or individual to have this tool available for staff.
Agencies and Post Secondary Institutions are encouraged to view the live webcast as a group if possible, share the link to the archive widely following the live webcast, and incorporate the presentations into your curricula and staff training.
Monday, February 13, 2017 9:00 AM - 4:00 PMEastern Time
SickKids, PGCRL, 686 Bay St., Multimedia Room686 Bay St..Multimedia RoomToronto, Ontario M5G 0A4Canada416-813-7654 x 207205
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