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We found 12 trainings matching your search:

Operation: Street Smart

  • July - July 10, 2019 from 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • October - October 16, 2019 from 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Operation Street Smart is a collaboration between D.A.R.E. and the Special Investigations Unit, the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office undercover narcotics branch. The goal is to provide up-to-date narcotics information on trends, terminology, paraphernalia, and physiological effects.

More information coming soon.

Questions? Contact Lori Myers, lori.e.myers@dodd.ohio.gov

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

Skill Levels: Foundational

Topics: Other Trainings

Formats: In Person


Social-Emotional Development in Infants/Toddlers

  • Pike Co. - September 6, 2019 from 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
  • Montgomery Co. - November 1, 2019 from 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
  • Summit Co. - December 19, 2019 from 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM

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.

Course ID: 1055419

Instructor: Robert Gallen, PhD

Contact Hours: 2.75

Website: https://oh.train.org/desktopshell.aspx

Continuing Education Options: Ohio Counselor, Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy Board

Skill Levels: Implementation

Topics: Other Trainings

Formats: In Person


Child Growth and Development

For additional information on course content, format and cost, please access the website, www.dementia-help.com or email 4aid@dementia-help.com.

This seminar is approved as meeting the requirements for Early Intervention content area E01 (Infant/Toddler Growth and Development)

Contact Hours: 30

Website: http://www.dementia-help.com

Continuing Education Options: DODD Developmental Specialist Seminar/Course

Skill Levels: Foundational

Topics: Other Trainings

Formats: Self Study


Disabilities and Risk Factors from Birth

For additional information on course content, format and cost, please access the website www.dementia-help.com or email 4aid@dementia-help.com.

This seminar is approved as meeting the requirements for Early Intervention content area E02 (Disabilities and Risk Factors)

Contact Hours: 30

Website: http://www.dementia-help.com

Continuing Education Options: DODD Developmental Specialist Seminar/Course

Skill Levels: Foundational

Topics: Other Trainings

Formats: Self Study


Doughnuts with Di: The Opioid Crisis and Early Intervention

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.  In 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.

Click here to view the PPT slides from the presentation.

This training is also available as a recorded webinar. Watch the webinar here and get credit.

Contact Hours: 1.5

Website: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/4139847486821069827

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

Skill Levels: Implementation

Topics: Screening, Evaluation, and Assessment, Other Trainings

Formats: Facilitated Webinar


Doughnuts with Di: Ecomapping

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.

Contact Hours: 1.5

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

Skill Levels: Implementation

Topics: Other Trainings

Formats: Facilitated Webinar


Doughnuts with Di: Routines-Based Interventions

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. 

Contact Hours: 1.5

Website: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/4800603395615284993

Continuing Education Options: DODD Developmental Specialist

Skill Levels: Implementation

Topics: Other Trainings

Formats: Facilitated Webinar


Early Childhood Typical and Atypical Development

For additional information on course content, format and cost, please access the website http://www.virtualeduc.com/ashland/

This seminar is approved as meeting the requirements for EI content area E01 (Infant/Toddler Growth and Development)

Contact Hours: 1.5

Website: http://www.virtualeduc.com/ashland/

Continuing Education Options: DODD Developmental Specialist Seminar/Course

Skill Levels: Foundational

Topics: Other Trainings

Formats: Self Study


Infant Toddler Growth and Development

For additional information on course content, format and cost, please access the website http://www.norwichcs.com/early-childhood-classes/ or email susan@norwichcs.com 

Contact Hours: 30

Website: http://www.norwichcs.com/early-childhood-classes/

Continuing Education Options: DODD Developmental Specialist Seminar/Course

Skill Levels: Foundational

Topics: Other Trainings

Formats: Self Study


Motivational Interviewing: Tough Conversations

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. 

Website: https://oh.train.org/desktopshell.aspx

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

Skill Levels: Implementation

Topics: Other Trainings

Formats: Facilitated Webinar


Social-Emotional Development in Infants/Toddlers

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.

Course ID: 1028686

Contact Hours: 2.75

Website: https://oh.train.org/desktopshell.aspx

Continuing Education Options: Ohio Counselor, Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy Board

Skill Levels: Implementation

Topics: Other Trainings

Formats: Self Study


What is Special Instruction?

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. 

Course ID: 1063961

Instructor: EI Program Consultants

Contact Hours: 2

Website: https://oh.train.org/desktopshell.aspx

Continuing Education Options: DODD Developmental Specialist

Skill Levels: Foundational

Topics: Other Trainings

Formats: In Person