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13sep8:30 am12:00 pmPromoting First Relationships Learner Workshop SEP 13, 14, 20, 21, 2021 Event Organized By: Parent-Child Programs at the Barnard Center Event Type:TrainingIn-person or Online:Online
4 half-days Learner Workshop on September 13, 14, 20 & 21, 2021 8:30am – 12:00pm each day Pacific Daylight Time via Zoom This workshop is approved for 15 Professional CEU’s and STARS
4 half-days Learner Workshop on September 13, 14, 20 & 21, 2021
8:30am – 12:00pm each day Pacific Daylight Time via Zoom
This workshop is approved for 15 Professional CEU’s and STARS credit
Professionals who work with caregivers and young children (0-5) often see the need to support and guide caregivers in building nurturing relationships with children. The Promoting First Relationships workshop gives professionals the knowledge, tools, and strategies to do so. This evidence-based program integrates theory, practice and intervention.
In this 4 half-day learner’s workshop, participants learn a unique consultation and intervention strategy that they can integrate into their work whether in high-risk, special needs, child-care, or other early childhood fields.
In this workshop, you will learn . . .
- Theoretical foundations of social and emotional development in early childhood (birth to 3 years)
- Consultation strategies
- Elements of a healthy relationship
- Infants and the development of trust and security
- Toddlers and the development of self
- Understanding and intervening with children’s challenging behaviors
- Developing intervention plans and individualizing the PFR curriculum
Promoting First Relationships can improve…
- Parental sensitivity
- Parental knowledge of child development
- Parental confidence and competence
- Child outcomes
- Child Welfare outcomes
Because Promoting First Relationships is a positive, strengths-based model, caregivers are typically open to intervention and gain competence, and thus investment, in their caregiving.
Your fee covers tuition, all curriculum materials including the Promoting First Relationships manual, and a USB flash drive of reproducible parent handouts.
(Monday) 8:30 am - 12:00 pm
Seattle Children’s Autism Center and University of Washington experts provide the Autism Center of Excellence (COE) trainings through a contract with the Health Care Authority (HCA). Purpose of the COE Training To
Seattle Children’s Autism Center and University of Washington experts provide the Autism Center of Excellence (COE) trainings through a contract with the Health Care Authority (HCA).
Purpose of the COE Training
- To increase the number of qualified clinicians (COEs) across Washington State who can appropriately diagnose children and youth with autism
- Help children and families access needed services as appropriate, including writing a Medicaid/Apple Health prescription for Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA). COE required for Managed Care Organization (MCO) prescription approval.
Who is Eligible to Become a COE
- The HCA determines which primary care and other clinicians can become COEs. Currently the list includes medical physicians working in primary care, specialty physicians, clinical psychologists, ARNPs and pediatric naturopaths.
- As of Oct 17, 2019 , an autism diagnosis from a COE provider (except for naturopath physicians) can also be used by a family for Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA) eligibility.
What the Online Training Covers
- Evaluation and diagnosis of children exhibiting signs and symptoms of autism spectrum disorder and determining which evidence –based treatments, including ABA, are likely to be helpful for individual children
- Community and state resources for children and youth with autism and their families
- How to write an approved prescription for ABA treatment
- Paperwork and process to complete to become a HCA recognized COE after the training
Who is the Training for?
The target audience for the COE certification training are those primary care clinicians eligible to become COEs. Additionally, clinical and community partners partnering with COES in the evaluation and connection of children and youth and their families to service are welcome to attend. More information about the COE training.
- Register for the COE training or https://catalyst.uw.edu/webq/survey/orville/408486
- Questions? Email Kate Orville at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 206-685-1279
(Friday) 8:45 am - 4:00 pm