May1
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Dec31

Use of Technology with Evidence Based Early Intervention - 8 Video Series

8:00 am - 10:00 am EST
Columbus, OH

The Ohio Association of County Boards of Developmental Disabilities, a grantee of the Ohio DD Council, has produced in partnership with families and practitioners in Ohio, a video series about the use of technology with evidence based early intervention. These eight videos illustrate how video, video conferencing, and related technologies can improve access to, and the quality of, supports for families as well as better enable teams to practice evidence-based early intervention services.

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Jun28

Navigating Ohio's System of Payments

9:00 am - 11:45 am EST
Lima, OH

This training will focus on the changes to the System of Payments (SOP) rule and how this will impact families. Participants will learn about funding sources, new forms and processes for the SOP, and the steps the Service Coordinator will take to guide families through the process. The training is presented by Traci Keesee, EI Resource Coordinator at DODD.

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Jun28

Navigating Ohio's System of Payments

1:00 pm - 4:00 pm EST
Lima, OH

This training will focus on the changes to the System of Payments (SOP) rule and how this will impact families. Participants will learn about funding sources, new forms and processes for the SOP, and the steps the Service Coordinator will take to guide families through the process. The training is presented by Traci Keesee, EI Resource Coordinator at DODD.

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Jun28

DEC Early Intervention SIG Webinar: Early Screening, Detection and Intervention for Infants and Toddlers with or at risk for Autism Spectrum Disorder

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm EST
Online, OH

Date: June 28, 2017, 12:00 to 1:00 pm EDT Presenter : Jennifer L. Stapel-Wax, Psy.D, Associate Professor, Division of Autism and Related Disorders, Department of Pediatrics, Emory University School of Medicine & Director of the Infant Toddler Community Research Core, Marcus Autism Center/ Children's Healthcare of Atlanta ( jennifer.stapel-wax@emory.edu ) Agenda: In this 1 hour presentation we hope to increase your understanding of: 1- Autism Spectrum Disorders in Infants and Toddlers 2- Early Screening and Detection of ASD in infants and toddlers 3- Promising early intervention methodologies for children at risk for ASD 4- Community based integrated models to empower and bring capacity to providers, caregivers, and families of children with ASD Biography: Dr. Stapel-Wax has a 22-year career in clinical work specializing in assessment and intervention with young children, neurodevelopmental disorders and consultation/liaison in multiple systems of care. She has taught graduate students and supervised interns and fellows for over 15 years at Emory University, the Georgia School of Professional Psychology and at the Marcus Autism Center. Her current research focus is as an investigator in an NIH Autism Center of Excellence and on NIH study on Mobilizing Community Systems. Dr. Stapel-Wax served as the Principal Investigator on several community based grants that address early screening and intervention of infants and toddlers at risk for neurodevelopmental disorders. She is also leading several outreach efforts to build a community viable healthcare system for infants and toddlers. She is the principal investigator and one of the key leaders behind a prevention effort for all children. She completed her doctorate in clinical psychology at the Georgia School of Professional Psychology and her internship in pediatric behavioral medicine and neurodevelopmental disabilities at Miami Children’s Hospital. Dr. Stapel-Wax completed her postdoctoral fellowship in neuropsychology and neurodevelopmental disabilities at the Marcus Center/Emory University postdoctoral fellowship program. Dr. Stapel-Wax’s clinical and research interests are in the areas of development and assessment of young children, neurodevelopmental disorders, and teaching, training and supervision. Dr. Stapel-Wax uses her clinical and interpersonal strengths in building collaborative and consultative relationships among professional colleagues in the community and other institutions. She is also an accomplished speaker and teacher as well as an expert in building of strong collaborative relationships focused on training, education, and service delivery. Register here to attend: https://attendee.gototraining.com/r/8070055090462041345

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Jun29

Navigating Ohio's System of Payments

9:00 am - 12:00 pm EST
Bowling Green, OH

This training will focus on the changes to the System of Payments (SOP) rule and how this will impact families. Participants will learn about funding sources, new forms and processes for the SOP, and the steps the Service Coordinator will take to guide families through the process. The training is presented by Traci Keesee, EI Resource Coordinator at DODD.

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Jun29

Navigating Ohio's System of Payments

1:00 pm - 4:00 pm EST
Bowling Green, OH

This training will focus on the changes to the System of Payments (SOP) rule and how this will impact families. Participants will learn about funding sources, new forms and processes for the SOP, and the steps the Service Coordinator will take to guide families through the process. The training is presented by Traci Keesee, EI Resource Coordinator at DODD.

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Jun30

Navigating Ohio's System of Payments

9:00 am - 12:00 pm EST
Columbus, OH

This training will focus on the changes to the System of Payments (SOP) rule and how this will impact families. Participants will learn about funding sources, new forms and processes for the SOP, and the steps the Service Coordinator will take to guide families through the process. The training is presented by Traci Keesee, EI Resource Coordinator at DODD.

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Jul13

Tough Conversations: Making the Most of Difficult Situations

9:00 am - 10:30 am EST
online, OH

This facilitated webinar, presented by Dr. Robert Gallen, provides information and strategies for supporting families in difficult and challenging situations. This includes such challenges as mental health issues, addiction, homelessness, and coping with a child's diagnosis. The webinar is designed to help EI service providers and service coordinators increase their confidence and competence in communicating with families during these challenging and difficult conversations. Dr. Gallen is a Licensed Psychologist and Psychology Professor with twenty years experience in the field of Early Intervention.

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