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ASQ and ASQ:SE

Course ID #: 1019133

Format: Self Study

Continuing Education Option: DODD Developmental Specialist, DODD Service Coordination and Supervisors of SC.

Topic: Orientation, Screening, Evaluation, and Assessment

Description:

This module defines the purpose of screening in Early Intervention, instructs you on how to use the ASQ and ASQ:SE in everyday practice, and discusses how to interpret results of the ASQ and ASQ:SE.

Upon registration, you will need to enter the password: OHMG328. 


Battelle Developmental Inventory

Course ID #: 1009401

Instructor: Robert Gallen, PhD

Format: In Person

Continuing Education Option: DODD Developmental Specialist, Ohio Counselor, Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy Board

Topic: Screening, Evaluation, and Assessment

Time: All sessions 9am - 4:30pm. July 27, 2018 Hocking Co; Oct 12, 2018 Stark Co; Jan 4, 2019 Cuyahoga Co; Apr 5, 2019 Franklin Co

Description:

In this course, you will learn the purpose of the BDI-2, how to administer it and interpret the results, and how to use it in everyday practice with infants and toddlers


Bayley-III Scales of I/T Development

Course ID #: 1009447

Instructor: Adam Scheller, PhD

Format: In Person

Continuing Education Option: DODD Developmental Specialist, Ohio Counselor, Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy Board

Topic: Screening, Evaluation, and Assessment

Time: June 27, 2018 9 am - 4:30 pm; Nov 13, 2018 9 am - 4:30 pm; Apr 18, 2019 9 am - 4:30 pm

Description:

This course covers the purpose of the Bayley-III Scales of Infant and Toddler Development in Early Intervention, how to administer the tool and interpret results, and how to use the tool in everyday practice.


Child Outcomes Summary Process

Course ID #: 1063944

Instructor: EI Program Consultants

Format: In Person

Continuing Education Option: DODD Developmental Specialist

Topic: Child Outcomes Summary

Time: Contact your EI Program Consultant to schedule

Description:

This training covers the purpose of the COS and how to complete the COS. It explains why we compare the functioning of children in EI with functioning of typically-developing peers and explores the process of identifying accurate functional ratings. The training also discusses explaining outcomes to families and engaging them in the ratings process. Included are interactive activities that allow teams to practice their new knowledge and skills.

Note: DaSy COS Modules (course # 1063900) are a prerequisite.

 


Childhood Trauma: What it is, What it is not, How to assess

Course ID #: 1053724

Instructor: Robert Gallen, PhD

Format: In Person

Continuing Education Option: DODD Developmental Specialist, Ohio Counselor, Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy Board

Topic: Other Trainings

Time: TBD

Description:

This workshop offers foundational information about trauma in childhood: what it is, what it is not, how to assess it, and how it impacts child development. Approaches to intervention with young children and families will be discussed, and participants will engage in learning activities designed to build awareness.


DaSy Child Outcomes Summary Modules

Course ID #: 1063900

Format: Self Study

Continuing Education Option:

Topic: Child Outcomes Summary

Description:

These eight modules begin with a COS overview and explain how to complete COS ratings. They promote understanding of the 7-point rating scale and explore teaming in the COS process. The modules include optional activities and assessments.

We are not able to offer CPDUs for this training as we do not have a way to verify completion of the modules.


Documentation

Course ID #: 1063987

Instructor: EI Program Consultants

Format: In Person

Continuing Education Option: DODD Developmental Specialist, DODD Service Coordination and Supervisors of SC.

Topic: Other Trainings

Time: Contact your EI Program Consultant to schedule

Description:

This training explores the reasons for quality documentation in Early Intervention, explains the required elements for EI case notes and answers common questionsabout documentation. Learners will have the opportunity to practice rating and writing case notes.

Can be presented as an in-person session or a facilitated webinar.  Contact your EI Program Consultant to schedule.


Doughnuts with Di: More is Better - Frequency/Intensity/Duration

Course ID #: 0

Instructor: Lee Ann Jung PhD

Format: Facilitated Webinar

Continuing Education Option:

Topic:

Time: July 24, 2018 8:30-10 AM

Description:

Our content expert will be Lee Ann Jung, PhD. Dr. Jung will discuss the process of providing early intervention services in natural environments and how to maximize natural learning opportunities by embedding intervention into daily routines.  She will provide guidance on using assessment information to determine the intensity, duration and frequency of services and wil explore "putting it all together": how to identify the intensity and duration to address outcomes.

 

DODD EI-DS CPDUs are pending. 

 

 


Doughnuts with Di: The Opioid Crisis and Early Intervention

Course ID #: 0

Instructor: Robert Gallen PhD

Format: Facilitated Webinar

Continuing Education Option:

Topic:

Time: Aug 23, 2018 10-11:30 a.m.

Description:

Misuse of and addiction to opioids has reached an epidemic level, and Ohio has a very high percentage of families affected by this crisis.   Newborns of women addicted to opioids may experience many physical and psychological consequences at birth and throughout development.  I n this webinar, Dr. Robert Gallen will focus on what we currently know about the effect of opioids on developing children and how to use this information to plan interventions with infants, toddlers and families.

Dr. Gallen is theMaster’s Program Coordinator for the Applied Developmental Psychology Program at the University of Pittsburgh.  He has served as an early intervention provider since 1998 using the BDI and other instruments to identify children with Kentucky's First Steps and currently Allegheny Pennsylvania's Alliance for Infants and Toddlers.  He teaches graduate level courses in Assessment and Family Therapy and supervises advanced field placement work.

 

CPDU applications pending.


Doughnuts with Di: Vision

Course ID #: 0

Instructor: Jen Remeis

Format: Facilitated Webinar

Continuing Education Option: DODD Developmental Specialist Seminar/Course, DODD Service Coordination and Supervisors of SC.

Topic: Screening, Evaluation, and Assessment

Time: Aug 28, 2018 8:30-10 AM

Description:

Our content expert will be Jen Remeis with the Ohio School for the Blind.  She will describe typical vision development in infants and toddlers, atypical development and "red flags" for visual impairments.

 

Click here to access the PPT slides from the presentation.

Click here to access a Youtube screencast of the presentation.

 

 

 

 

 


Doughnuts with Di: Autism

Course ID #: 0

Instructor: Maggie Gons

Format: Facilitated Webinar

Continuing Education Option: DODD Developmental Specialist, DODD Service Coordination and Supervisors of SC.

Topic:

Time: TBD

Description:

This training, led by OCALI PLAY Project TA Consultant Maggie Gons, will explore autism spectrum disorders in early childhood.  The training will discuss the signs and symptoms of autism and the "red flags" for autistic disorders in the children served in Early Intervention. 

PPT slides from this presentation 

Youtube Screencast of the presentation

16 Actions by 16 Months Handout

16 Gestures by 16 Months Handout

Early Red Flags of Autism Handout

What is ASD? Handout

 

 

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Doughnuts with Di: Ecomapping

Course ID #: 0

Instructor: Debbie Ashley, MEd

Format: Facilitated Webinar

Continuing Education Option: DODD Service Coordination and Supervisors of SC.

Topic: Other Trainings

Time: TBA

Description:

Our content expert will be Debbie Ashley, MA. We will discuss Ecomapping and the importance of understanding the family’s supports and how to use this information to determine how these supports relate to EI services, and where they fall within the development of functional IFSP outcomes and strategies.

CPDU applications for DODD-EI DS is pending.

 

Click here to view the PPT slides from this presentation.

Click here to access a Youtube screencast of the session.

 


Doughnuts with Di: Hearing

Course ID #: 0

Instructor: FCLC, Sandy Brotman-Domorack and Jackie Lucey

Format: Facilitated Webinar

Continuing Education Option: DODD Developmental Specialist, DODD Service Coordination and Supervisors of SC.

Topic: Screening, Evaluation, and Assessment

Time: TBA

Description:

Our content expert will be FCLC. We will discuss hearing loss in infants and toddlers and assessing hearing development, specially what to look for in terms of typical hearing development, atypical hearing development and red flags for hearing-related conditions.

CPDUs are approved for DODD-EI DS and DODD-EI SC.

HANDOUTS

Click here to access the PPT from the training.

Click here to access the handout, We Hear with our Brain Tip Sheet.

Click here to access the handout, March 2018: Communication Choices

Click here to access the handout, EI Upates (#1808) with link to EI Hearing Providers Map.

Click here to access the handout, EHDI Meeting Presentation.

Clich here to access an audio/screencast of the preseentation.

 

 

 

 


Doughnuts with Di: Nutrition

Course ID #: 0

Instructor: Kim DeDino, RD

Format: Facilitated Webinar

Continuing Education Option:

Topic:

Time: June 26, 2018 8:30-10 AM

Description:

This training will explore issues related to nutrition in infants and toddlers.  We will discuss typical development, atypical development and "red flags" for signs of  conditions related to nutrition. 

 

DODD EI-DS CPDUs are pending.


Doughnuts with Di: Parent's Rights

Course ID #: 0

Instructor: Nathan DeDino, Part C Coordinator

Format: Facilitated Webinar

Continuing Education Option:

Topic:

Time: TBA

Description:

We will discuss parent's rights and procedural safeguards in Early Intervention.  Specifics will include how to meet IDEA requirements for when/how we  inform parents of their rights and how to document these conversations.


Doughnuts with Di: Prematurity

Course ID #: 0

Instructor: Teresa Lutz, PT

Format: Facilitated Webinar

Continuing Education Option:

Topic:

Time: Sept 25, 2018 8:30-10 a.m.

Description:

Our content expert will be Teresa Lutz, PT from Fulton County. Teresa has experience working with premature infants in the NICU setting. We will discuss conditions commonly associated with prematurity and what to look for during assessment. Teresa will share assessment tools and strategies to assist IFSP teams with determining a need for EI services, and with the development of functional outcomes and strategies.

 

DODD-EI SC and DODD-EI DS CPDU applications are pending. 


Doughnuts with Di: Putting it All Together

Course ID #: 0

Instructor: Tiffany Madden and Karen Kincaid

Format: Facilitated Webinar

Continuing Education Option:

Topic: Screening, Evaluation, and Assessment, Individualized Family Service Plan

Time: TBA

Description:

Our content experts will be Karen Kincaid, DS, and Tiffany Madden, SLP, CCC and Certified Fidelity Coach. We will discuss how team members use information from multiple sources (medical records, evaluation, observation, parent report and other available information) to determine whether or not there is a need for services, inform the development of functional IFSP outcomes and strategies.

CPDU applications for DODD/EI-DS and are approved.

Click here to access the PPT slides from the presentation.

Click here to access a Youtube screencast of the presentation.

 

 


Doughnuts with Di: Routines-Based Interventions

Course ID #: 0

Instructor: Lee Ann Jung PhD

Format: Facilitated Webinar

Continuing Education Option:

Topic: Other Trainings

Time: Aug 21, 2018 8:30-10 AM

Description:

Our content expert will be Lee Ann Jung, PhD. Dr. Jung will discuss using authentic assessment information across developmental domains to determine the need for EI services and supports, using routines to conduct assessment and using routines-based intervention strategies. 

 

DODD EI-DS CPDUs are pending. 

 

 


Doughnuts with Di: Using Assessment Information to Inform Outcomes and Steps/Activities

Course ID #: 0

Instructor: EI Program Consultants Tiffany Madden and Karen Kincaid

Format: Facilitated Webinar

Continuing Education Option: DODD Developmental Specialist, DODD Service Coordination and Supervisors of SC.

Topic: Screening, Evaluation, and Assessment

Time: TBA

Description:

Our content experts will be Karen Kincaid, DS, and Tiffany Madden, SLP, CCC and Certified Fidelity Coach. We will discuss how team members use assessment information to guide the development of truly functional outcomes and to develop steps/activities to meet those outcomes.

 

 Maddy COS Handout

Outcomes-Steps-Activities PPT

Youtube Screencast of the presentation

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Early Track

Course ID #: 0

Format: Self Study

Continuing Education Option: Other

Topic: Other Trainings

Description:

This training introduces the Early Track Data System for data entry and creating case records for children in EI. The training involves self-guided exercises. The learner will email the Early Track Identification (ETID) number created on the training site and receive a certificate by email once the submitted information is verified as correct.


Ecomapping

Course ID #: 0

Instructor: Debbie Ashley, M.Ed.

Format: Facilitated Webinar

Continuing Education Option: DODD Developmental Specialist, DODD Service Coordination and Supervisors of SC.

Topic: Other Trainings

Time: Oct 10, 2018 10-11:30 a.m.

Description:

Learn to develop an Ecomap as a tool for learning about a family’s resources

and formal/informal supports. You will explore how information gathered through a n Ecomap

can be used throughout the IFSP process.


Ecomapping

Course ID #: 0

Instructor: Debbie Ashley, M.Ed.

Format: Facilitated Webinar

Continuing Education Option:

Topic:

Time: Jan 9, 2019 2-3:30 p.m.

Description:

Learn to develop an Ecomap as a tool for learning about a family’s resources and formal/informal supports. You will explore how information gathered through an Ecomap can be used throughout the IFSP process.

 

 

 

 


Ecomapping

Course ID #: 0

Instructor: Debbie Ashley, M.Ed.

Format: Facilitated Webinar

Continuing Education Option:

Topic:

Time: Mar 6, 2019 10-11:30 a.m.

Description:

Learn to develop an Ecomap as a tool for learning about a family’s resources and formal/informal supports. You will explore how information gathered through an Ecomap can be used throughout the IFSP process.

 


Ecomapping

Course ID #: 0

Instructor: Debbie Ashley, M.Ed.

Format: Facilitated Webinar

Continuing Education Option:

Topic:

Time: Jun 5, 2019 2-3:30 p.m.

Description:

Learn to develop an Ecomap as a tool for learning about a family’s resources and formal/informal supports. You will explore how information gathered through an Ecomap can be used throughout the IFSP process.


Effective Functional Assessment in Early Intervention

Course ID #: 0

Instructor: LeeAnn Jung, PhD

Format: Facilitated Online Course

Continuing Education Option:

Topic: Screening, Evaluation, and Assessment

Time: TBA

Description:

Dr. Jung’s course explores the functional assessment process and how to

blend assessment and evaluation information. Learners will understand how to collaborate

more effectively with families to develop functional IFSP outcomes and strategies. The course includes multiple learning methods and tools - self-reflection, video case studies, articles, peer discussions, instructor-led conversations and job-embedded activities - to allow  the opportunity to apply new knowledge.

 

CPDU applications pending with the boards of OT, PT, SLPA, SW and with DODD.


Engaging Families in the COS Process

Course ID #: 1063899

Instructor: EI Program Consultants

Format: In Person

Continuing Education Option: DODD Developmental Specialist

Topic: Child Outcomes Summary

Time: Contact your EI Program Consultant to schedule

Description:

Families are key partners in the COS process, as they see the child in more routines and settings than the EI practitioner. This training focuses on building parent understanding of the COS and enhancing parent collaboration to determine ratings.


Evidence-Based Practices

Course ID #: 0

Instructor: TBA

Format: In Person

Continuing Education Option: DODD Developmental Specialist

Topic: Evidence-Based Practices: Family Centered Practices, Evidence-Based Practices: Primary Service Provider Approach to Teaming, Evidence-Based Practices: Coaching and Early Intervention, Evidence-Based Practices: Natural Learning Environment Practices

Time: TBA

Description:

This training discusses core teams and choosing a primary service provider, the coaching interaction style for adult learning and the importance of natural learning environments and family-centered practices. It includes interactive activities to help participants develop practical ideas to incorporate into their daily work.


Family-Centered Practices in Challenging Situations

Course ID #: 0

Instructor: Debbie Ashley, M.Ed.

Format: Facilitated Webinar

Continuing Education Option: DODD Developmental Specialist, DODD Service Coordination and Supervisors of SC.

Topic: Evidence-Based Practices: Family Centered Practices

Time: Jan 17, 2019 10-11:30 a.m.

Description:

This training builds on the training, Family-Centered Practices in

Early Intervention. You will explore adult learning styles

and how to apply family-centered strategies to work with: parents with intellectual disabilities, mental illness, or addiction, and to grandparents raising their grandchildren.


Family-Centered Practices in Challenging Situations

Course ID #: 0

Instructor: Debbie Ashley, M.Ed.

Format: Facilitated Webinar

Continuing Education Option:

Topic:

Time: May 9, 2019 2-3:30 p.m.

Description:

This training builds on the training, Family-Centered Practices in

Early Intervention. You will explore adult learning styles and how to apply family-centered strategies to work with: parents with intellectual disabilities, mental illness, or addiction, and to grandparents raising their grandchildren.

 


Family-Centered Practices in Early Intervention

Course ID #: 0

Instructor: Debbie Ashley, M.Ed.

Format: Facilitated Webinar

Continuing Education Option: DODD Developmental Specialist, DODD Service Coordination and Supervisors of SC.

Topic: Evidence-Based Practices: Family Centered Practices

Time: Dec 6, 2018 10-11:30 a.m.

Description:

This training defines and explains family-centered practices, explores

implementation of the practices and discusses how they build

family capacity.


Family-Centered Practices in Early Intervention

Course ID #: 0

Instructor: Debbie Ashley, M.Ed.

Format: Facilitated Webinar

Continuing Education Option:

Topic: Evidence-Based Practices: Family Centered Practices

Time: Apr 4, 2019 2-3:30 p.m.

Description:

This training defines and explains family-centered practices, explores implementation of the practices and discusses how they build family capacity.


Hearing Status Questionnaire

Course ID #: 1023379

Format: Self Study

Continuing Education Option: DODD Developmental Specialist, DODD Service Coordination and Supervisors of SC.

Topic: Orientation, Screening, Evaluation, and Assessment

Description:

This course describes the purpose, administration, and interpretation of the Hearing Status Questionnaire and explores techniques for explaining results to parents.


IFSP Overview

Course ID #: 1028661

Format: Self Study

Continuing Education Option: DODD Developmental Specialist, DODD Service Coordination and Supervisors of SC., Ohio Counselor, Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy Board

Topic: Orientation, Individualized Family Service Plan

Description:

This interactive, online module offers guidance on completing the IFSP form. The course walks the learner through the IFSP section by section with detailed instructions for completion. It explores the technical requirements of the IFSP as well as how to partner with families at each step of the process.


IFSP Section VI: Our Child and Family Outcomes

Course ID #: 1063955

Instructor: EI Program Consultants

Format: In Person

Continuing Education Option: DODD Developmental Specialist

Topic: Individualized Family Service Plan

Time: Contact EI Program Consultant to schedule

Description:

This training explores the federal requirements related to Section VI of the IFSP and helps participants build confidence with identifying intensity and duration of services. It offers practice for IFSP teams in completing “the grid” in Section VI.

To schedule this in-person training, contact your EI Prorgram Consultant.


IFSP: It's All About the Process

Course ID #: 1066899

Format: Self Study

Continuing Education Option: DODD Developmental Specialist, DODD Service Coordination and Supervisors of SC.

Topic: Screening, Evaluation, and Assessment, Individualized Family Service Plan

Description:

This module describes functional assessment and its relationship to functional IFSP outcomes. It explains the criteria for high-quality IFSP outcomes and offers suggestions for writing outcomes and explores family-centered practices and team collaboration in the IFSP process.


Infant Assessment in Early Intervention

Course ID #: 0

Instructor: Robert Gallen, PhD

Format: Facilitated Webinar

Continuing Education Option:

Topic:

Time: Aug 20, 2018 10-11:30 a.m.

Description:

This webinar will address the authentic assessment of infants to identify the infant’s unique developmental strengths and needs.  We will discuss typical and atypical infant development in the five developmental domains and provide strategies to help assessors gather information about development from multiple sources, using multiple methods.  The webinar will be facilitated by Robert Gallen, Ph.D.  Dr. Gallen is theMaster’s Program Coordinator for the Applied Developmental Psychology Program at the University of Pittsburgh.  He has served as an early intervention provider since 1998 using the BDI and other instruments to identify children with Kentucky's First Steps and currently Allegheny Pennsylvania's Alliance for Infants and Toddlers.  He teaches graduate level courses in Assessment and Family Therapy and supervises advanced field placement work.

 

CPDU applications pending.


Infant Assessment in Early Intervention

Course ID #: 0

Instructor: Robert Gallen, PhD

Format: Facilitated Webinar

Continuing Education Option:

Topic:

Time: Feb 22, 2019 10-11:30 a.m.

Description:

This webinar will address the authentic assessment of infants to identify the infant’s unique developmental strengths and needs.  We will discuss typical and atypical infant development in the five developmental domains and provide strategies to help assessors gather information about development from multiple sources, using multiple methods.  The webinar will be facilitated by Robert Gallen, Ph.D.  Dr. Gallen is theMaster’s Program Coordinator for the Applied Developmental Psychology Program at the University of Pittsburgh.  He has served as an early intervention provider since 1998 using the BDI and other instruments to identify children with Kentucky's First Steps and currently Allegheny Pennsylvania's Alliance for Infants and Toddlers.  He teaches graduate level courses in Assessment and Family Therapy and supervises advanced field placement work.

 

CPDU applications pending.


Motivational Interviewing: Tough Conversations

Course ID #: 1071449

Instructor: Robert Gallen, PhD

Format: Facilitated Webinar

Continuing Education Option: DODD Developmental Specialist, DODD Service Coordination and Supervisors of SC.

Topic: Other Trainings

Time: Oct 15, 2018 10-11:30 a.m.

Description:

Based on the principles of motivational interviewing, this training is designed to support Service Coordinators and Service Providers in coaching families to enact changes they would like to see in their families. The course addresses some of the more challenging situations families face including addicition, mental illness, intellectual disability of caregivers, coping with a child’s diagnosis, and homelessness and strategies to improve communication skills when receiving and sharing information in difficult situations will be explained.

 

Click here to access the PPT slides from the presentation. 

 


Orientation Module 1: Introduction to Early Intervention

Course ID #: 1061260

Format: Self Study

Continuing Education Option: DODD Developmental Specialist, DODD Service Coordination and Supervisors of SC.

Topic: Orientation

Description:

This first module in a series explains the rules and regulations for EI in Ohio,

evidence-based practices, the role of Service Coordinators and other practitioners, and the development of the Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP).

 


Orientation Module 2: Mission and Key Principles

Course ID #: 1061264

Format: Self Study

Continuing Education Option: DODD Developmental Specialist, DODD Service Coordination and Supervisors of SC.

Topic: Orientation

Description:

The second in a series of self-paced modules for new EI staff, this module explores the mission of EI and the key principles in implementing evidence-based practices.


Orientation Module 3: Natural Learning Environments

Course ID #: 1063888

Format: Self Study

Continuing Education Option: DODD Developmental Specialist, DODD Service Coordination and Supervisors of SC.

Topic: Orientation

Description:

The third module explores the characteristics of natural learning environments

(NLE) in EI. You will explore the importance of everyday activity settings as learning opportunities and the roles of child interests and parent responsiveness


Orientation Module 4: Coaching in Early Intervention

Course ID #: 1063890

Format: Self Study

Continuing Education Option: DODD Developmental Specialist, DODD Service Coordination and Supervisors of SC.

Topic: Orientation

Description:

Module 4 discusses the coaching interaction style. Participants will understand how the principles of adult learning are used in EI, recognize the elements of coaching in an EI visit and learn to use reflective questions and feedback to build the capacity of caregivers.


Orientation Module 5: Using a Primary Service Provider Approach to Teaming

Course ID #: 1064737

Format: Self Study

Continuing Education Option: DODD Developmental Specialist, DODD Service Coordination and Supervisors of SC.

Topic: Orientation

Description:

This module instructs teams in how to implement  the PSP approach. It discusses the role of the PSP and secondary provider during joint visits, the roles of leadership and staff in moving towards this approach, and the procedures for supporting staff in using the approach at team meetings.


Orientation Module 6: Family-Centered Practices

Course ID #: 1064739

Format: Self Study

Continuing Education Option: DODD Developmental Specialist, DODD Service Coordination and Supervisors of SC.

Topic: Orientation

Description:

This module explains family-centered practices and how they are used as helpgiving strategies. You will learn to identify relational and participatory help-giving strategies and will practice using them in simulated case situations


Practicing Tough Conversations: Making the Most of Difficult Situations

Course ID #: 1075652

Instructor: Robert Gallen, PhD

Format: In Person

Continuing Education Option: DODD Developmental Specialist, DODD Developmental Specialist Seminar/Course

Topic: Other Trainings

Time: See Course Description for dates/times

Description:

This training builds on the knowledge gained in the training on Motivational Interviewing entitled, Tough Conversations: Making the Most of Difficult Situations.  Participants will have the opportunity to practice their skills in using motivational interviewing principles to promote change with the families they serve by role playing various difficult conversations and problem-solving to achieve better results.

 

Session options:

Dec 17, 2018  9 am - 12 pm Stark Co

Dec 17, 2018  1-4 pm  Stark Co

Dec 18, 2018  9 am - 12 pm  Stark Co

Dec 18, 2018  1-4 pm  Stark Co

May 16, 2019  9-12  Franklin Co

May 16, 2019  1-4 pm Franklin Co

May 17, 2019  9 am - 12 pm  Franklin Co

May 17, 2019  1-4 pm  Franklin Co  


Principles of Service Coordination

Course ID #: 1047684

Instructor: EI Program Consultants

Format: In Person

Continuing Education Option: DODD Service Coordination and Supervisors of SC.

Topic: Orientation

Time: Jun 20, 2018, Aug 15, 2018 all sessions 9 am - 4:30 pm

Description:

You will learn the laws and rules related to Service Coordination, the responsibilities and expectations of the Service Coordinator, and why this role is important to eligible Ohio children and families throughout their entire Early Intervention journey.


Reflective Supervision

Course ID #: 1049291

Instructor: Robert Gallen, PhD

Format: In Person

Continuing Education Option: DODD Developmental Specialist, DODD Service Coordination and Supervisors of SC., Ohio Counselor, Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy Board

Topic: Other Trainings

Time: See Course Description for session information

Description:

Purpose/Goals:
    a)    Define the roles and responsibilities of the Supervisor
    b)    Examine and discuss your own supervision style
    c)    Understand techniquest of relationship-based supervision
    d)    Consider and discuss the role of emotion in working with young children and families, and in the supervisory relationship
    e)    Discuss goal setting and accountability in the supervisory relationship
    f)    Observe and practice reflective supervision skills

 

Sessions:

TBD

 


Routines-Based Interview (RBI)

Course ID #: 1056308

Instructor: Debbie Ashley, MEd

Format: In Person

Continuing Education Option: DODD Developmental Specialist, Ohio Counselor, Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy Board, Ohio Physical Therapy board Ohio Occupational board ASHA

Topic: Screening, Evaluation, and Assessment

Time: TBA

Description:

This training provides instruction on administering the RBI tool for child and family assessment.  It offers guidance on interviewing techniques and eco-mapping and provides participants with practice using both eco-mapping and the RBI tool. 


Social-Emotional Development in Infants/Toddlers

Course ID #: 1055419

Instructor: Robert Gallen, PhD

Format: In Person

Continuing Education Option: DODD Developmental Specialist, Ohio Counselor, Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy Board

Topic: Other Trainings

Time:

Description:

This training helps the learner recognize the components of emotionally nurturing environments for infants and toddlers and explores the keys to high-quality caregiver relationships. Participants will understand developmentally appropriate opportunities to support social-emotional development and learn to collaborate with other professionals in promoting these opportunities.


Social-Emotional Development in Infants/Toddlers

Course ID #: 1028686

Format: Self Study

Continuing Education Option: DODD Developmental Specialist, Ohio Counselor, Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy Board

Topic: Other Trainings

Description:

This training helps the learner recognize the components of emotionally nurturing environments for infants and toddlers and explores the keys to high-quality caregiver relationships. Participants will understand developmentally appropriate opportunities to support social-emotional development and learn to collaborate with other professionals in promoting these opportunities.


Social/Emotional Development Birth-36 mos, Part 1

Course ID #: 1072259

Instructor: Early Childhood Mental Health Master Trainers

Format: In Person

Continuing Education Option: DODD Developmental Specialist, Ohio Approved (OCCRRA)

Topic: Other Trainings

Time: TBA

Description:

This module is an introduction to social and emotional development and learning during the infant/toddler stages.  The training is aligned to Ohio's Early Learning and Development Standards in the Social Emotional domain.  The training is for direct service early childhood teachers and professionals to introduce and

Objectives of Part One are:
To explore the importance of social and emotional development in the first three years of life,
To discuss social and emotional development in the ELDS, and
To identify ways early childhood professionals can support infants and toddlers' social and emotional development 

Participants must attend both Part One and Part Two to receive credit for the training, which will result in six hours of credit.

Participants must attend either both AM sessions or both PM session for the training.

explore the ELDS content, and offer teaching strategies for supporting development in this domain.  It includes use of the curriculum planning cycle.


Social/Emotional Development, Birth-36 mos, Part 2

Course ID #: 1072260

Instructor: Early Childhood Mental Health Master Trainers

Format: In Person

Continuing Education Option: DODD Developmental Specialist, Ohio Approved (OCCRRA)

Topic: Other Trainings

Time: TBA

Description:

Course Description:  This module is an introduction to social and emotional development and learning during the infant/toddler stages and is aligned to Ohio's Early Learning and Development Standards in the Social and Emotional domain.  This training is for direct service early childhood teachers and professionals to introduce and explore the ELDS content, and offer teaching strategies for supporting development in this domain.  It includes the use of the curriculum planning cycle.

Part Two Objectives are:
To review the curriculum planning cycle through use of the curriculum planning tool,
To explore the development of empathy and peer relationships in the ELDS, and
To identify strategies to support the development of empathy and peer relationships in infants and toddlers

Participants must attend both Part One and Part Two to receive credit for the training which will result in six hours of credit.

Participants must attend both AM sessions or both PM sessions of the training. 


Trauma-Informed Care in Early Childhood

Course ID #: 1072002

Instructor: EMCH Master Trainers and EI Program Consultants

Format: In Person

Continuing Education Option: DODD Developmental Specialist, Ohio Approved (OCCRRA)

Topic: Other Trainings

Time: See Course Description for dates/locations

Description:

Early learning professionals support children with special needs related to trauma on a daily basis.  This training is designed to coach early learning professionals on becoming trauma informed in their approach to care in their settings.

Sep 27, 2018  Perry Co

Oct 3, 2018 Marion Co

Oct 17, 2018 Summit Co

Oct 24, 2018  Belmont Co

Nov 7, 2018  Clermont Co

Mar 21, 2019  Ross Co

Apr 10, 2019  Champaign Co

Apr 11, 2019  Franklin Co

Apr 16, 2019 Athens Co

 

 

The training will discuss:

    1. Toxic stress and its impact on development,

    2. Explore trauma and how to respond appropriately

    3. Learn strategies to respond to trauma's effect on behavior using a trauma informed perspective


Understanding Visual Impairment in Early Childhood

Course ID #: 1028694

Format: Self Study

Continuing Education Option: DODD Developmental Specialist

Topic: Screening, Evaluation, and Assessment

Description:

This presentation covers the definition and features of visual conditions in early childhood and the impact of these impairments on a young child’s development.


Using Motivational Interviewing Strategies for Child Outcomes Summary (COS) Conversations

Course ID #: 1075720

Instructor: Robert Gallen, PhD

Format: Facilitated Webinar

Continuing Education Option:

Topic: Child Outcomes Summary

Time: Nov 15, 2018 10-11:30 a.m.

Description:

This training by Robert Gallen PhD, is a follow-up to Dr. Gallen's motivational interviewing training, "Tough Conversations: Making the Most of Difficult Situations." In this session, Dr. Gallen will explain how the principles of motivational interviewing can be applied to conversations with the IFSP Team about the Child Outcomes Summary (COS). He will discuss how to engage parents and caregivers in the COS conversation and how to come to team consensus about the ratings in the three global More...areas of child functioning.  Learners will understand and be able to implement motivational interviewing strategies to engage parents and caregivers in the COS conversation and to facilitate the process with the entire IFSP team.

 

Click here to view the PPT slides from this presentation.

Click here to access a recording/screencast of the presentation. 

 


Vision: Taking a Look

Course ID #: 1023291

Format: Self Study

Continuing Education Option: DODD Developmental Specialist, DODD Service Coordination and Supervisors of SC., Ohio Counselor, Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy Board

Topic: Orientation, Screening, Evaluation, and Assessment, Vision and Hearing

Description:

This online course instructs the learner on how to administer the Vision Status Questionnaire, how to explain the results to parents, and how to know when to refer a child for further vision evaluation.


What is Special Instruction?

Course ID #: 1063961

Instructor: EI Program Consultants

Format: In Person

Continuing Education Option: DODD Developmental Specialist

Topic: Other Trainings

Time: Contact your EI Program Consultant to schedule.

Description:

This training defines special instruction and explains who provides it, when it is provided, how it is provided, and what it looks like in EI practice.

There are no set dates for this training; contact your EI Program Consultant to schedule.