Digging into Developmental Milestones and Delays - 2024 Spring Webinar Series
About This Event
In this session, we will:
- Identify important developmental milestones for young children 0-3 years;
- Explore FREE resources from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to help you engage families in monitoring children’s developmental milestones;
- Increase your knowledge of signs of potential delay and what to do if there is a concern.
Audience: This series is directed toward anyone working with children ages 0-3 and/or families with children in that age range.
Continuing education: This is a 1-hour webinar. Participants will receive handouts, an agenda, and a certificate of attendance to submit for continuing education credits on their own. This activity has been approved for credit for 1 hour of continuing legal education (CLE): Activity #261646.
Holly Hatton is Associate Professor and Extension Specialist in the Child, Youth, and Family Studies Department at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Holly's program of Extension focuses on the use of reflective practice, mindfulness, compassion, and social-emotional learning to support caregivers, early childhood educators, young children, and families drawing upon community-based participatory methods. She provides professional learning using the Facilitated Attuned Interactions approach and in topics related to early childhood mental health. She is committed to addressing issues of systemic inequities and brings these issues to the forefront of her work.
Registration closes May 15, 2024, or until maximum capacity has been reached.
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