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Supporting the Deaf & Hard of Hearing Child: The Professional’s Role in a Family’s Journey
Presented by Michelle Hu, AuD
Course: #1033848Level: Introductory1 Hour
Imperative education and resources to be provided by professionals to parents during the delicate time of identification of hearing loss is discussed in this course. Stages of grief, facilitating shared decision-making for communication as a family, and significant roles to know and consider are covered.

Trauma-Responsive Family Engagement in Early Childhood
Presented by Julie Nicholson, PhD
Course: #1033834Level: Intermediate1 Hour
The neurobiology of stress and trauma, and how it applies to family engagement practices in early childhood, is described in this course. Strategies that support relationship building and reducing the power differential with parents/family members - especially adults impacted by toxic stress and trauma - are discussed.

Perspective-Taking: Understanding Challenges, Fears and Joys of Parents of Children with Special Needs
Presented by Christy Jones-Hudson, MA, IMH-E®
Course: #1033835Level: Introductory1 Hour
Clinicians juggle many processes and relationships to balance high-quality services. Stages of grief and the possible physical and psychological impacts that may be experienced by parents of children with special needs are described in this course. Relevant research and ways to better support parents are also discussed.

Caring for Yourself While Caring for Others
Presented by Kathy Pillow-Price, EdD
Course: #1033836Level: Introductory1 Hour
Burnout, compassion fatigue, and secondary trauma in the helping professions are discussed in this course. Protective factors and self-care strategies that can reduce stress and allow healing are described, along with the role of managers and organizations in promoting resilience.

Asthma and Anaphylaxis Management in Early Childhood
Presented by Nancy Nathenson, RRT
Course: #1033837Level: Intermediate1 Hour
The basics of asthma and anaphylaxis management in young children are discussed in this course, including how to recognize asthma symptoms, administer medications, and reduce asthma triggers in school and home environments. Key components of Asthma Action Plans, along with how to implement them, are reviewed.

Seizures and Seizure Management in Early Childhood
Presented by Nancy Nathenson, RRT
Course: #1033838Level: Intermediate1 Hour
Seizures and seizure management in young children, including types of seizures, causes, interventions, and safety considerations, are discussed in this course. Epilepsy treatment and family education are also addressed.

Loss and Grief in Early Childhood
Presented by Tami Micsky, DSW, MSSA, LSW, CT
Course: #1033839Level: Intermediate1 Hour
The experience of loss and death and subsequent grief reactions in early childhood, including developmental and other influencing factors, are discussed in this course. Research and models are presented to provide a practical, guided approach to helping children cope with grief.

Understanding Challenging Behaviors: Practical Tools and Research
Presented by Kelly Gfroerer, PhD, LPC
Course: #1033831Level: Intermediate1 Hour
Common challenging behaviors of young children, their causes and goals are discussed in this course. Principles of encouragement and practical, proactive tools based on theory and research are shared that can help support children and allow them to feel belonging and motivation to cooperate.

Trauma Responsive and Resilience Building Strategies to Support Children
Presented by Julie Kurtz, MS
Course: #1033833Level: Intermediate1 Hour
The neurobiology of trauma, the impacts of toxic stress and trauma on young children's brains and behavior, and the science of resilience and neuroplasticity are described in this course. Trauma-responsive strategies that can help build resilience are also discussed.

Understanding Trauma
Presented by Nicole Steward, MSW, RYT
Course: #1033842Level: Intermediate2 Hours
Trauma is an ever-present reality in today’s world that is showing up more and more in the workplace. The different types of trauma, their impacts on the nervous system, and trauma triggers are described in this course. Strategies that clinicians can use to improve self-regulation and resilience are also discussed.

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