Infant Toddler Development Module 3- 15 Hours

Contact Hours: 15

Instructor: Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes PhD, LMHC

Learner Objectives

  • Describe formal and informal assessments including observation techniques during free and structured play as a part of daily routines and use of assessment information for developing and evaluating Individualized Family Support Plans (IFSP). (FDOH C7, C8, E5, E7, E9, E10)
  • Demonstrate an understanding of assessment terminology (e.g. mean, reliability, validity). (FDOH C5, E3)
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the diagnostic process and assessment model/approaches, including strength-based and family-driven assessment principles (FDOH C1, C2, C3)
  • Describe typical norm-referenced, criterion referenced and informal measures utilized in early intervention settings for various functions (screening, diagnosis, instructional planning). (FDOH C5)
  • Describe the functions of various assessment activities in early intervention including child find, screening, eligibility determination, ongoing assessment, and monitoring progress in intervention. (FDOH A5, E5)
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the following influences on assessment and identify resources to meet the unique needs of families. (FDOH C4)
  • Identify the use of open and focused observation, curriculum and norm-referenced tests, criterion-referenced checklists, interviews and parent report for data collection appropriate to different assessment functions and eligibility/program planning. (FDOH C5, E5, E9)
  • Describe the uses and abuses of assessment instruments and the limitations to administration and interpretation of assessments as applied to young children with special needs. (FDOH C5)
  • Identify alternative approaches to designing data collection systems to collect developmental and behavioral information on young children, including family-based assessment and transdisciplinary assessment. (FDOH C2, C3)
  • Describe approaches for observing child/environment interactions, including play environments daily routines, parent/infant and child/child interactions. (FDOH C2, E5)
  • Identify at least one instrument in each of several types of approaches to data collection (screening instrument, developmental assessment, informational interview, behavior rating, parent-child interaction scale, play observation). (FDOH C5, C6)
  • Identify and discuss the development of an IFSP and its importance in partnership with family members, incorporating both family goals and approaches, appropriate to the cognitive, affective, language and motor needs of the child. (FDOH C9, F1, F2, F5, G1, G12)
  • Discuss knowledge of assessment strategies to determine family concerns, priorities, and resources (FDOH C9)
$45.00 for 90 days
Back to shopping

Search by Category

Search by Keywords

Your Basket

Your cart is empty. Click here to continue shopping.

Authentication

Tags

FL CEUs 54 Texas CEUs 53 addiction ceus 54 addiction counselor training 260 affordable ceus 54 aspirece 29 ce4less 234 ceus 54 cheap ceus 56 continuing education 255 counseling ceus 54 cpd 38 lmft ceus 53 lmhc ceus 252 lpc ceus 252 online CEUs 49 quantum 35 unlimmited ceus 3 relapse 7 relapse prevention 7 unlimited ceus 23 addiction 6 co-occurring disorders 2 tip 42 1 unlimited ce 2 addiction counselor exam review 1 medication assisted 1 methadone 1 models of treatment 1 Addiction counselor 14 PTSD 16 RSW 15 SAMHSA 14 counselor education 15 mental health 12 pastoral c 5 assessment 1 screening 1 addiction counselor certification 206 allceus 203 aspirace 202 cap ceus 200 ce 200 counseling CEUs 202 counselor ceus 200 counselor toolbox 211 mental health ceus 200 naadac 199 quantum units 198 snipes 198 addictions academy 1 culturally responsive counseling 2 multicultura 1 Recovery oriented system of care 1 quant 1 etherapy 1 online counseling ceus 1 telemental health 1 cbt 1 cpt 1 trauma 4 trauma informed 1 no fap 3 porn 2 porn recovery 2 pornography 2 pornography addiction 1 s 1 affordable CEUs 1 ceu webinars 1 live webinars 2 unlimited CEUs 1 webinars 2 CCJC 1 CCJP 1 criminal justice 1 anorexia 1 bulimia 1 eating disorders 1 protective factors 1 risk factors 1 depressants 1 opiates 1 pharmacology 1 stimulants 1 unlimite 1 ccjc 1 ccjp 1 recidivism 1 CADC 3 CAP 4 CCAPP 5 LADC 4 LCDC 4 NAADAC 3 anxiety 4 counseling continuing 1 vulnerabilities 1 biopsychosocial 2 unlimited 2 panic 1 ptsd 2 solution focused 1 strengths ba 1 CNS 1 Hypocortisolism 1 adrenal fatigue 1 quantu 1 abandonment 1 coaching 1 recovery coach 1 CRRA 1 NARR 1 recovery residence 1 75 hours of content specific training 1 Crisis Support and Safety: 13 hours 3. Resource Linkage/Follow -Up: 13 hours 4. Practical Living Skills/Social Development: 10 hours 5. Recovery Management: 17 hours 1 allocated as follows: 1. Legal and Professiona 1 online certification training 1 peers specialist 1 recovery support 1 onlinne certification trainning 2 CCDC 1 journey to recovery 1 recovery 1 substance abuse 1 online certification trainning 1 HPA Axis 1 neurobiology 1 unlim 1 Addiction Counselor Certification 1 Gambling Addiction 1 lmh 1 DBT 2 Dialectical 2 NASW 3 NASW approved 3 me 1 cultural 1 multicultural 1 pastoral co 5 ACT 1 Acceptance 1 Counseling CEUs 1 medicaid 1 medicaid training 1 ADACB-GA 1 Connecticut Certification Board 1 FCB 1 South Carolina 1 Texas 1 Virginia 1 lm 1 PPD 1 menta 1 Addictions academy 2 addiction academy 2 trauma informed care 1 Journey to Recovery 1 aspirac 1 learned optimism 1 online 1 CEUs 2 attachment 1 counseling 1 gamification 1