Newborn Behavioral Observation incorporating use of the NBO with Families Living with Substance Use Disorder - FY24
The Newborn Behavioral Observations system (NBO) is an infant-focused, family-centered relationship building tool designed to sensitize parents to their baby's competencies, challenges, and individuality with the goal of fostering the development of a positive parent-infant relationship from the very beginning. The Ohio DODD training includes a module designed to deepen your understanding of infants who have experienced prenatal substance exposure and postnatal withdrawal (NAS/NOWS) and enhance your relationship-based care skills with their parents living with Substance Use Disorder. The three-day virtual training includes a combination of lectures, interactive video case study sessions, small group breakout discussions, and hands-on practice with dolls. Following the workshops, we offer unlimited participation in NBO Open mentoring sessions.
The following sessions are offered. All training sessions are 9AM-3PM.
- Session 1: November 6, November 13, and November 20, 2023
- Session 2: March 4, March 11, and March 18, 2024
The following CPDUs are offered for the completion of the entire three-day series:
- Developmental Specialists: 15.5 hours
- Social Work: 15.5 hours
- Physical Therapy: 14.5 hours
- Occupational Therapy: 15.25 hours
Instructor: Brazelton Institute of Boston Children’s Hospital
Formats: Facilitated Webinar
Topics: Screening, Evaluation, and Assessment
Continuing Education Options: DODD Developmental Specialist, Ohio Counselor, Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy Board, Ohio Physical Therapy/Occupational Therapy Board
November 6, 2023 at 9:00 AM - March 18, 2024 at 3:00 PM