Great Start 2017: High Expectations for Young Children with Sensory Disabilities

June 15, 2017

The Great Start conference focuses on topics of interest to those living and working with children with sensory impairments and traumatic brain injury, birth through age 6.

Handouts:

Head Bumps Matter1-Active Supervision document Head Bumps Matter2-Agenda document Head Bumps Matter3-Playing Safely Workshop document Head Bumps Matter4-Brain Injury document Language Learning-session outline document Parent Panel H1-session powerpoint Parent Panel H2-Helpful Information About Preschool document Parent Panel H3-Early Intervention Communication Plan document Parent Panel H4-Communication Methods document Parent Panel H5-Getting to Know Your Child document Parent Panel H6-Transition Facts for Families document Parent Panel H7-Communication Plan School Age Parent Panel H8-Preschool to School Age Transition document Supporting Early Linguistic-session powerpoint Supporting Early Reading Skills H1-session powerpoint Supporting Early Reading Skills H2-Quick Write Activity document Supporting Early Reading Skills H3-Reference document The Resiliency Shield H1-The 7Cs document The Resiliency Shield H2-session powerpoint The Resiliency Shield H3-Resilience Guide for Parents and Teachers document Traumatic Brain Injury in Early Childhood-session powerpoint

Title of Training: Great Start 2017: High Expectations for Young Children with Sensory Disabilities

Presenter: Multiple Presenters

Training Date: 06/21/2017

Topics: Early Intervention - Infant/Toddler, Early Intervention - Preschool

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