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Evidence Based Screening of Young Children: How to Do It, What to Do Next

 
Registration deadline: July 28th

6 CEUs

Nancy Rubin-Manwarring, RN, MSN
Health Coordinator, Project LAUNCH at Vision for Children at Risk

Bree Schubert, MSW
Activities Director, Project LAUNCH at Vision for Children at Risk

Children experience rapid brain development throughout their first five years of life. Early childhood social, emotional, and developmental screening tools help parents to ensure their child continues developing to their highest potential.

The Ages and Stages Questionnaires are evidence-based tools used by parents and providers. The tool recognizes the important role of parents in their child's development, and helps parents and providers identify any red flags of challenges that might hinder development. This training will provide attendees with an understanding of the importance of evidence-based screenings, practical tips on how to screen, and an understanding of what to do when screening reveals cause for follow up action.

Class size is limited to 40.

$100 General Admission
$60 Brown School Field Instructors
$20 Full-time Graduate Students


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