Early intervention professionals are committed and busy people. It can be hard to make time to meet with other professionals. But...we all need to feel supported in our work and to identify ourselves as part of learning community. What do we love about our work, and where do we find some of the challenges? How can we get to know each other better outside of the context of IFSP teams so we can truly build those relationships with each other? Here in Mecklenburg County, we get together on the third Wednesday of each month to provide opportunities to talk about a variety of important topics in early intervention. Our facilitators include one of our network providers and a CDSA staff member, and Infant-Toddler Credit will be provided. So...bring your lunch, grab a chair, and let's talk! Oh....and we do provide dessert....
Infant Mental Health/0-5 Peer Consultation & Clinical Case Review Watkins Center, Charlotte, NC This group welcomes individuals in the community who serve children 0-5 and are concerned about the mental health, emerging attachment and development of infants, toddlers and very young children. Meeting Dates: Thursday, November 7th at 12:00pm-1:30pm Thursday, December 5th at 12:00pm-1:30pm ***We are a flexible group so come when you can :) Purpose: To support one another while sharing our unique perspectives and approaches in working…Find out more »
SAVE THE DATE - November 15, 2013 Featuring Linda Gilkerson, PH.D forom the Erikson Institute in Chicago, IllinoisFind out more »
Online Registration will begin October 1, 2013.Find out more »
The 2014 Conference will feature a half-day preconference session followed by three days of workshops and networking opportunities. Focus areas include: Early Childhood System Development Early Care and Education Early Childhood Health Family Support and Leadership Public Engagement and AdvocacyFind out more »
The Inclusion Institute, presented by the Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute (FPG), is the premier event for people from all early childhood sectors to come together to learn, share, and problem-solve about inclusion for young children.Find out more »
You can find more information about this conference in the brochure provided by Wake AHEC.Find out more »
The Inclusion Institute, presented by the Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute (FPG), is the premier event for people from all early childhood sectors to come together to learn, share, and problem-solve about inclusion for young children. This year's theme is Implementing Quality Inclusion Practices: Supporting People, Programs, and Policies.Find out more »