Understanding the Behavior of Infants and Toddlers for Early Intervention Professionals
Early intervention professionals will be able to explain the basics of brain development for infants and toddlers and how this affects their behavior. Early intervention professionals will understand parenting styles and evaluate the effects of these styles on young children. Early intervention professionals will be able to evaluate the role caregivers have on the social and emotional wellness of infants and toddlers. Early intervention professionals will identify specific behaviors (tantrums, biting, and separation anxiety) and how to best respond to them. At the conclusion of this training, early intervention professionals will be able to identify in home strategies to increase social and emotional wellness of infants and toddlers.
To register, navigate to OCCRRA and search for ST # 10104045. After registration, the course facilitator will send the Zoom link and training materials.
Contact Hours: 3.5
Formats: Facilitated Webinar
Skill Level: Implementation
Topics: Other Trainings
Continuing Education Options: County Board Superintendent, DODD Developmental Specialist, DODD Service Coordination and Supervisors of SC., Ohio Infant Family Practitioner Level II
Date: March 25, 2021 from 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM