Upcoming Workshops

10/21/2014
The Triple P Level 5 Enhanced/Pathways training teaches practitioners to provide family interventions which address family factors that may impact upon, and complicate, the task of parenting.
10/23/2014
The Inclusion Collaborative State Conference is an interactive and reflective educational opportunity to understand and learn evidenced based practices for individuals involved in in the care and education of children birth to age 8 with and without disabilities to create or enhance inclusive practices in their respective programs and communities in which they live.
10/29/2014
Touchpoints are periods during which a child’s spurt in development results in pronounced disruptions in the family system. The goal of the Touchpoints Approach is to change individual practice and cause a shift in the larger system around the care of families by combining relationship building and child development into a framework that service providers can use to enhance their work with children and families.
11/04/2014
A one-day overview of the Latino Health Landscape; covering changing Latino population dynamics; introduction to the Latino Epidemiological Paradox; Latino health beliefs; assimilation and health behaviors; Latino Leadership in historic perspective; obesity, green space leadership; the Latino Behavioral Paradox.
11/06/2014
Learn the basics of sign language to support behavior for all children. Make two supports than include sign language to promote positive behavior.
11/07/2014
In this two part workshop, participants will learn about how to successfully collaborate with families that have a child with a known or suspected disability; understand parental grief; make use of community resources and PHP services; consider and ensure inclusion; and work with parents who may have their own disabilities. The focus is fostering resiliency in these families and their young children. Later on, participants will explore person centered planning.
11/12/2014
The Group Stepping Stones Triple P Provider Training Course provides providers with skills to deliver a broad focused parenting support program to groups of parents who have children with a developmental disability (aged birth - 12 years).
11/18/2014
This full-day certification training on the Standards of Quality for Family Strengthening & Support details how the 9 Principles of Family Support and the Strengthening Families Approach, with its evidence-informed 5 Protective Factors, can be applied together to enhance your work with families. Whether you are setting up a new program or strengthening an existing one, the Standards provide a blueprint for implementing best practice.
12/03/2014
The Group Teen Triple P Provider Training Course trains practitioners to deliver a broad focused parenting support program to groups of parents with children (aged 12 to 16 years).
12/09/2014
In this highly interactive workshop, Dr. Langdon will cover information regarding the development and maintenance of bilingualism in young children. She will dispel the myth that children with special needs should not be exposed to two languages because they cannot “handle” two languages and she will emphasize the important role played by parents, families, and the community in this process.
12/15/2014
Touchpoints are periods during which a child’s spurt in development results in pronounced disruptions in the family system. The goal of the Touchpoints Approach is to change individual practice and cause a shift in the larger system around the care of families by combining relationship building and child development into a framework that service providers can use to enhance their work with children and families.
12/18/2014
Family Transitions Triple P is a family intervention designed to be delivered to parents who are experiencing personal distress from separation or divorce, which is impacting on, or complicating, the task of parenting.
01/14/2015
Learn how to use and create your own social stories to support children's learning and understanding of daily routines and events!
01/20/2015
The Teen Standard Triple P Provider Training Course trains practitioners to deliver an intensive broad focused parenting support intervention individually to parents with children (aged 12 – 16-years-old).
01/24/2015
Promoting Children’s Success: Building Relationships & Creating Supportive Environment. Module 2: Social Emotional Teaching Strategies. Module 3a & 3b: Individualized Intensive Interventions: Determining the Meaning of Challenging Behavior...
01/26/2015
This workshop focuses on how to administer and score both the ASQ and ASQ: SE, which are parent-completed screening tools designed for early identification of children ages 2 months through 5-years-old who may be at risk of developmental and/or emotional difficulties. Developmental areas addressed by the ASQ include communication, gross motor, fine motor, problem solving, and personal-social.
02/12/2015
Parents will learn positive strategies for addressing challenging behavior and make practical visual adaptations that can be used in the home.
02/25/2015
Touchpoints are periods during which a child’s spurt in development results in pronounced disruptions in the family system. The goal of the Touchpoints Approach is to change individual practice and cause a shift in the larger system around the care of families by combining relationship building and child development into a framework that service providers can use to enhance their work with children and families.
03/03/2015
Discover ways to adapt practical strategies and activities to support number sense for preschoolers with and without disabilities.
03/24/2015
Learn how to adapt practical strategies and activities to support science for preschoolers with and without disabilities.
04/09/2015
Learn how to utilize visual supports to improve communication for children with autism and other communicative special needs.
04/16/2015
The purpose of these workshops is to ensure that practitioners who were unable to get accredited in the first round of Triple P trainings become accredited.
04/16/2015
Touchpoints are periods during which a child’s spurt in development results in pronounced disruptions in the family system. The goal of the Touchpoints Approach is to change individual practice and cause a shift in the larger system around the care of families by combining relationship building and child development into a framework that service providers can use to enhance their work with children and families.
05/16/2015
This presentation covers how to successfully collaborate with families that have a child with a known or suspected disability; understand parental grief; make use of community resources and PHP services; consider and ensure inclusion; and work with parents who may have their own disabilities. The focus is fostering resiliency in these families and their young children.