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When children and youth have significant developmental disabilities, providers may feel unsure if they have the capacity to support them. Join us to learn some basic strategies that encourage children with a variety of abilities to find their place in your program. This webinar will outline some of the characteristics of developmental disabilities, as well as define some of the most prevalent categories. Participants will also identify age-specific accommodations to include children with significant support needs. Read More

Out-of-School Time (OST) programs provide an excellent setting for children to participate in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) activities. This webinar will provide an overview of STEM and why these activities can be a great opportunity to open doors to relationships for many children. Several examples of different types of STEM activities ranging from robotics to woodworking to gross science experiments will be shared along with a resource packet. Read More

Movement activities can be a powerful and fun way to enhance inclusive opportunities in your school age program. In this webinar you will learn new games as well as how to intentionally plan these games so children of all abilities can participate and be celebrated. Read More

Infants’ and toddler’s social-emotional development influences the knowledge they gain, the skills they acquire and the behaviors they learn. There are simple things you can do to support this important developmental domain. In this webinar, you will learn activities you can do to reinforce three specific elements of infant/toddler development: independence, expression of emotions and feelings, and awareness of rules and expectations. Read More

Recipes are sets of instructions that help people re-create things. Have you ever wondered what the recipe is for teaching babies (infants, pre-toddlers, and toddlers) social-emotional and behavioral skills? This webinar will outline three primary skill categories that dominate a baby’s growth and development through the age of two. You will learn strategies to support behavior and social-emotional development in your classroom!  Read More

Reflective practice in early childhood is a continuous process that helps providers develop an understanding of their own values, beliefs, and practices. Reflection encourages lifelong learning and skill development that helps early childhood providers support positive outcomes for the children in their care. This webinar will help infant-toddler teachers understand the importance of self-reflection to manage on-the-job stress and to improve skills for supporting children. Read More

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