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We have had the pleasure of offering Table Talk Wednesdays for three years! Now it is time to take a break and revisit where we might want to go with Table Talk.

This has been a great opportunity to bring CDSA providers and staff together to mingle and chat about a wide range of themes involving Coaching & Natural Environment Learning Practices and other topics of interest. All in all we have had 29 Table Talks and 918 attendees! It was also marvelous to have provider and CDSA staff serve as co-facilitators. Thanks to all of you who have attended , served as co-facilitators or who have read the recap on the EiExcellence blog. http://www.eiexcellence.org/blog/ . We look forward to offering new learning opportunities in the future.

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....

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January 2014

Family-Professional Partnership Essentials

January 15, 2014 - May 15, 2014

This is an online offering on the critical components of partnering with families in Early Intervention. Begins in January 15, 2014.  Start your journey: The progressive pathway begins with a 90-minute, interactive recording where Dr. Bonnie Keilty shares descriptions and illustrations of seven essential features to partnering with each individual family. The interactive recording also includes the evidence behind the importance of family-professional partnerships in contemporary early intervention practices. Embedded interaction points create opportunities for learning with other professionals and getting real time feedback…

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August 2015

Social Emotional Development in the Early Years: Promoting Positive Relationships

August 6, 2015 @ 11:00 am - 12:30 pm

The focus of this 1.5 hour webinar will be on the importance of social emotional development and lifelong outcomes for young children with disabilities. Specific topics will include: Research evidence that highlights the importance of healthy and positive relationships between children and their parents and/or caregivers. Cultural, ethnic, racial, and linguistic variations on parent-child interactions and expectations. Considerations for military families (e.g., absence due to deployments, reunification, parenting from afar, etc.) The importance of Family-Centered Practices. Typical relationship struggles between…

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