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Developmental Screening Ages and Stages Questionnaire and Learn the Signs. Act Early

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Wed May 16 at 08:00 pm EST
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This training will focus on presenting information regarding the Center for Disease Control�s Act Early Campaign and NH�s Watch Me Grow system of developmental screening. You will learn how to use the Ages and Stages Questionnaire 3 (ASQ3) and Social Emotional versions and discuss the various ways you can use this developmental screening tool to have meaningful conversations with families about their children. Participants will leave about resources to share with families around developmental and be able to conduct the ASQ 3.
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  • Recorded :
    Wed May 16 at 08:00 pm EST
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    1 Session(s)
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Developmental Screening Ages and Stages Questionnaire and Learn the Signs. Act Early
120 Minute Session
Wed May 16 at 06:00 pm EST
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I have a Master's in Education from Plymouth State University and a bachelors degree in Human Service from Springfield College. My approach encompasses the whole person and that includes families and supports of the family to help to them all be strong and successful. I have been an educator and administrator of an Early Intervention program, attended the intensive year long program at University of NH Leadership in Autism Spectrum Disorder Program, is a board member of Early Intervention and Education Network, and participates in Watch Me Grow for developmental screening and Early Screening and Diagnosis committees at the state level. I am also is an adjunct professor at UNH and Plymouth State University. I am the Ambassador to the Center for Disease Control for the State of NH. No one asks to have a family member with a disability. It is a challenging job that goes above and beyond just being a parent. I can help!
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