Upcoming Workshops

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...
01/06/2015
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...
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
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...
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...
01/24/2015
Promoting Children’s Success: Building Relationships & Creating Supportive Environment. Module 2: Social Emotional Teaching Strategies. Module 3a & 3b: Individualized Intensive Interventions...
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-...
01/29/2015
This workshop is designed for those who work in systems serving clients of all ages. The training focusses on reflective practice as a strategy for enhancing skills, understanding our reactions when...
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...
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.

Listen to our Podcasts

The Power of Relationships in Early Childhood Development - Series 01
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The Power of Relationships in Early Childhood Development - Series 02

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When Nature wreaks havoc on people’s lives, how do we discuss the devastation with our young children? Dr. Christine Dobson, Director of Programs and Research for The Child...

How is it possible our children are gaining so much weight at such young ages? FIRST 5 convened The Early Childhood Obesity Prevention Collaborative to investigate and improve...

Sensory Processing Disorder is a condition that exists when sensory signals don’t get organized into appropriate responses.  A person with SPD finds it difficult to process and...

Kids are getting kicked-out of preschool in alarming numbers. Kadija Johnston, Director of the Infant-Parent Program at the University of San Francisco, fills us in.

Santa Clara County teen Audrie Pott’s tragic suicide—and the unraveling story of sexual violation and peer bullying she endured—resonated deeply with us. In the wake of Audrie’...

Only 3 or 4 years into life, is it possible to feel depressed? Experts in child development say it is. Tune in to hear about the toll life can take on our youngest.