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Continuing Education Credits Offered
for the Young Child Expo & Conference: 

educationAttendees are eligible for many different Continuing Education Credits. 

Click on each tab for more information about each type of Continuing Education Credit offered at the Conference.

ASHA (American Speech Hearing Association) Credits

ASHA Certification Maintenance Standards require that all certificate holders (CCC-A and CCC-SLP) must accumulate 30 Certificate Maintenance Hours (CMHs) of professional development during each 3-year certification maintenance interval in order to maintain their ASHA Certificates of Clinical Competence (CCC). For more information on this please read Maintaining Your Certification (via ASHA).

Completion Requirements

In order to receive credit for attending continuing education sessions participants must attend the session for the full scheduled time and must sign the attendance form.  

Receiving Your Credits

The certificate of credit will be awarded at the completion of each session.  Partial credit is not awarded.

Presentations Offering ASHA CEUs for our 2018 conference: 

Wednesday January 17, 2018

1. 9:00am-12:00pm (Workshop)

Developing Higher Order Thinking: Using Key Strategies That Promote Higher Student Achievement

Daysha Underwood, Family Engagement Specialist, LAUP, CA; Christina Rigsby, MAT, Senior Quality Services Specialist, LAUP, CA & Cynthia Santana, Quality Services Specialist, LAUP, CA

Disclosure Statement(s): TBA

2. 1:00pm-4:00pm (Workshop)

Developing Higher Order Thinking: Using Key Strategies That Promote Higher Student Achievement

Daysha Underwood, Family Engagement Specialist, LAUP, CA; Christina Rigsby, MAT, Senior Quality Services Specialist, LAUP, CA & Cynthia Santana, Quality Services Specialist, LAUP, CA

Disclosure Statement(s): TBA

Thursday January 18, 2018

1. 9:30am-10:30am

Sentence Structure for Developing Writing, Reading, Speaking, and Listening Comprehension

Judith Fuhrman, MS, SLP, Staff Development Specialist, Riverside Unified School District, CA

Disclosure Statement: TBA

2. 10:45am-11:45am

Building Better Brains: The Pathway to Learning for Our Children

Leticia Malvaez, Program Coach, LAUP, CA

Disclosure Statement: TBA

3. 2:00pm-3:00pm

Ready for Success in Kindergarten with I Can Read Songs

LaDonna Wicklund, MA, Early Literacy Specialist, I Can Read Non-Profit, IA CA

Disclosure Statement: TBA

4. 3:15pm-4:15pm

DIR/Floortime, the iPad and Augmentative Communication: Application in Children with ASD from Birth to Five

Michelle Havens, EdD, Consultant, Imagine Academy, NJ & Erin Shipley, MS, CCC-SLP, Celebrate the Children, NJ

Disclosure Statement: TBA

Friday January 19, 2018

1. 10:45am-11:45am

Love to Move! Move to Learn!

Charmaine Turpin, Educational Consultant, Zoo-phonics, CA

Disclosure Statement: TBA

2. 3:15pm-4:15pm

Watch, Think, Tell: Supporting Narrative in Children with Social Learning Challenges

Anna Vagin, PhD, Speech Language Pathologist, Private Practice, CA

Disclosure Statement: TBA

Continuing Education: This conference is offered for up to 0.85 ASHA CEU’s (Intermediate level, Professional area)

The following organizations have contributed financially to this conference:

Attainment Company, Inc, Behavior Education Services Team, Child Craft, Florida Institute of Technology, Kaplan Early Learning Company, Los Niños Services, Inc, Pacific Oaks College & Children’s School, Plus Optix, QBS, Inc, Union Institute & University, Zoo-phonics, Inc

The following organizations have contributed in-kind to this conference:

 Autism Spectrum News, Behavioral Sciences, Council for School Supervisors and Administrators, Education Sciences NY, Executive Leadership Institute, Highland Hall Waldorf School, Pacific Oaks College & Children’s School, Person Centered Care Services, Union Institute & University

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Continuing Education: This conference is offered for up to 0.85 ASHA CEU’s (Intermediate level, Professional area)

Continuing Education Credits to be announced. 

New York State Education Department’s Office of Teaching Initiative

Los Niños Training, LLC (Sponsor #3394) is recognized by the New York State Education Department’s Office of Teaching Initiatives as an approved sponsor of CTLE for Professional Classroom Teachers, School Leaders and Level III Teaching Assistants .

NYSED CTLE Approval Period:  03/29/2017-03/29/2022

Completion Requirements

In order to receive credit for attending CTLE activities participants must:

  1. Attend the session for the full scheduled time,
  2. Must sign the attendance form at the beginning and the end of the session
  3. Must complete the session and overall conference evaluation form.

Receiving Your Credits

The certificate of completion will be awarded after the session attendee has signed the attendance form at the end of the session and when the attendee has handed in the session and overall conference evaluation form.  Partial credit is not awarded.

Presentations offering CTLE hours for our 2018 conference:

All conference sessions (except for Keynotes sessions) are approved for CTLE hours. In order to receive CTLE hour the session has to be an hour and the Keynote sessions are 50 minutes.

Attendees will earn 1.0 CTLE hour upon completing 1 hour sessions.  Read below for the sessions that are more than an hour to see how many CTLE hours attendees will receive upon attendance at each session.  Attendees may also refer to the conference program for all listed CTLE activities.

Wednesday January 17, 2018

1. 9:00am-12:00pm (Workshop)

Developing Higher Order Thinking: Using Key Strategies That Promote Higher Student Achievement

Daysha Underwood, Family Engagement Specialist, LAUP, CA; Christina Rigsby, MAT, Senior Quality Services Specialist, LAUP, CA & Cynthia Santana, Quality Services Specialist, LAUP, CA

Earn 3.0 CTLE hours upon completing this session

2. 9:00am-12:00pm (Workshop)

Promoting Desirable Behavior: Five Effective Ways to Stay One Step Ahead of Misbehavior

Carolina Valdovinos, MA, Senior Quality Services Specialist, LAUP, CA & Viviana Longoria, MAEd, Quality Service Specialist, LAUP, CA

Earn 3.0 CTLE hours upon completing this session

3. 9:00am-12:00pm (Workshop)

Powered by STEAM: Engaging Young Children in Meaningful, Fun, and Hands-On Experiences to Investigate Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math

Dominique McMillan, Family Engagement Specialist, LAUP, CA; Eliana Mancilla, Family Engagement Specialist, LAUP, CA, Petra Cervantes, Quality Services Specialist, LAUP, CA

Earn 3.0 CTLE hours upon completing this session 

4. 1:00pm-4:00pm (Workshop)

Developing Higher Order Thinking: Using Key Strategies That Promote Higher Student Achievement

Daysha Underwood, Family Engagement Specialist, LAUP, CA; Christina Rigsby, MAT, Senior Quality Services Specialist, LAUP, CA & Cynthia Santana, Quality Services Specialist, LAUP, CA

Earn 3.0 CTLE hours upon completing this session

5. 1:00pm-4:00pm (Workshop)

Promoting Desirable Behavior: Five Effective Ways to Stay One Step Ahead of Misbehavior

Carolina Valdovinos, MA, Senior Quality Services Specialist, LAUP, CA & Viviana Longoria, MAEd, Quality Service Specialist, LAUP, CA

Earn 3.0 CTLE hours upon completing this session

6. 1:00pm-4:00pm (Workshop)

Powered by STEAM: Engaging Young Children in Meaningful, Fun, and Hands-On Experiences to Investigate Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math

Dominique McMillan, Family Engagement Specialist, LAUP, CA; Eliana Mancilla, Family Engagement Specialist, LAUP, CA, Petra Cervantes, Quality Services Specialist, LAUP, CA

Earn 3.0 CTLE hours upon completing this session.

Thursday January 18, 2018

1. 9:30am-10:30am

How to Promote Healthy Social-Emotional Development in the Young Child

Luz Castellanos, MSW, Family Engagement Specialist, LAUP, CA & Ana Alvarez, MSW, Family Engagement Specialist, LAUP, CA

Earn 1.0 CTLE hour upon completing this session.

2. 9:30am-10:30am

Childhood Trauma – Impacts of Trauma on Student Behavior and Learning

Chelan Shepherd, MA, Coordinator of Elementary Curriculum and Intervention, Golden Valley Unified School District, CA

Earn 1.0 CTLE hour upon completing this session.

3. 9:30am-10:30am

Create with the Passion of a Villain and the Heart of a Superhero

April Shoemaker, MA, Founder of Empowering Parenting, Home School Association of California, CA

Earn 1.0 CTLE hour upon completing this session.

4. 9:30am-10:30am

Help With Lesson Plans is Just a Click Away:  Exploring PEACH Georgia’s Online Lesson Planning System

Jennifer Cluley, Associate Project Director, Georgia State University, GA

Earn 1.0 CTLE hour upon completing this session.

5. 9:30am-10:30am

Sentence Structure for Developing Writing, Reading, Speaking, and Listening Comprehension

Judith Fuhrman, MS, SLP, Staff Development Specialist, Riverside Unified School District, CA

Earn 1.0 CTLE hour upon completing this session.

6. 10:45am-11:45am

Bring Out the Best in Your Students, Children, and Yourself

Ilene Val-Essen, PhD, President, Quality Parenting, CA

Earn 1.0 CTLE hour upon completing this session.

7. 10:45am-11:45am

Dealing with Challenging Behaviors

Joshua Alvarez, Education Consultant, Kaplan Early Learning Company, CA

Earn 1.0 CTLE hour upon completing this session.

8. 10:45am-11:45am

Building Better Brains: The Pathway to Learning for Our Children

Leticia Malvaez, Program Coach, LAUP, CA

Earn 1.0 CTLE hour upon completing this session.

9. 10:45am-11:45am

Observation Through the Lens of the Classroom Assessment Scoring System (CLASS) Tool

Maria Ciccone, MA, PD, Consultant, The Executive Leadership Institute, NY & Eloise Messineo, PhD, Executive Director, Executive Leadership Institute, NY

Earn 1.0 CTLE hour upon completing this session.

10. 10:45am-11:45am

ADA in the Preschool: What Are Your Rights and Obligations?

Laurel Francoeur, JD, Attorney, Francoeur Law Office, MA

Earn 1.0 CTLE hour upon completing this session.

11. 1:00pm-1:50pm (Keynote)

Address the Good/Bad of Technology for Young Children

Gabe Zichermann, MBA, Rollins College, Canada

Earn 1.0 CTLE hour upon completing this session.

12. 2:00pm-3:00pm

Creating a Positive Classroom Environment for Preschoolers to Reduce Challenging Behaviors

Sherry Howard, MS, Project Director, Georgia State University, GA

Earn 1.0 CTLE hour upon completing this session.

13. 2:00pm-3:00pm

Using Music to Support Young Children as They Heal from Trauma

Justine Chadly, MA, Director, In Harmony Music, CA & Katie Statman-Weil, MS, LCSW, Instructor, Portland State University, OR

Earn 1.0 CTLE hour upon completing this session.

14. 2:00pm-3:00pm

Science Inquiry:  The Key to Unlocking the Scientist in EVERY Child!

Stephanie Lester, MA, College Instructor, Antelope Valley College, CA

Earn 1.0 CTLE hour upon completing this session.

15. 2:00pm-3:00pm

Building Social Skills in Children:  Creating an Environment That is Safe and Helps Children with Problem-Solving, Decision-Making, Self-Management, Peer Relations

Jane Montgomery, MA, Director, Peachtree Presbyterian Preschool, GA

Earn 1.0 CTLE hour upon completing this session. 

16. 2:00pm-3:00pm

Ready for Success in Kindergarten with I Can Read Songs

LaDonna Wicklund, MA, Early Literacy Specialist, I Can Read Non-Profit, IA

Earn 1.0 CTLE hour upon completing this session.

17. 3:15pm-4:15pm

Get the Confidence and Skills You Need to Transform Challenging Behavior in Your Program Today

Barbara O’Neill, EdD, Consultant, Transform Challenging Behavior, CA

Earn 1.0 CTLE hour upon completing this session.

18. 3:15pm-4:15pm

Dyadic Art Therapy:  Effective Intervention for Young Children with ACE

Katherin Freier Randall, PhD, Psychologist Consultant, DMCC, CA; Maria Jesus Ampuero, PhD, LMFT, Behavioral Counselor, Desert Mountain Children’s Center, CA & Rosalina Becerra, MS, LCSW, Behavioral Counselor, Desert Mountain Children’s Center, CA

Earn 1.0 CTLE hour upon completing this session.

19. 3:15pm-4:15pm

Exploring Mindfulness Teaching In Preschool through Reflective Practices and Effective Learning Environments

Lisa Wilson, MEd, Owner, Professor, Consultant, Professional Education Development Technology, CA

Earn 1.0 CTLE hour upon completing this session.

20. 3:15pm-4:15pm

DIR/Floortime, the iPad and Augmentative Communication: Application in Children with ASD from Birth to Five

Michelle Havens, EdD, Consultant, Imagine Academy, NJ & Erin Shipley, MS, CCC-SLP, Celebrate the Children, NJ

Earn 1.0 CTLE hour upon completing this session.

Friday, January 19, 2018

1. 9:30am-10:30am

Taming your Wiggles and Giggles through Sensory Strategies, Rhythm, and Touch

Maria Jesus Ampuero, PhD, LMFT, Behavioral Counselor, Desert Mountain Children’s Center, CA; Rosalina Becerra, LCSW, Behavioral Health Counselor, Desert Mountain Children’s Center, CA & Cheryl Goldberg-Diaz, LCSW, Program Manager, Desert Mountain Children’s Center, CA

Earn 1.0 CTLE hour upon completing this session.

2. 9:30am-10:30am

Sesame Street:  Building Healthy Bodies and Healthy Minds Through Daily Routines

Tina Moglia, Supervising Producer, Sesame Workshop, NY

Earn 1.0 CTLE hour upon completing this session.

3. 9:30am-10:30am

Coordinated Emotional Support plus Instructional Support Equal School Readiness Success

Carolyn Harvey, EdD, Shelby County School District Early Childhood Advisor, Shelby County Schools District, TN

Earn 1.0 CTLE hour upon completing this session.

4. 10:45am-11:45am

Love to Move! Move to Learn!

Charmaine Turpin, Educational Consultant, Zoo-phonics, CA

Earn 1.0 CTLE hour upon completing this session.

5. 10:45am-11:45am

Setting the Foundation of Healthy Social-Emotional and Developmental Pathways for Ages Zero to Five

Cheryl Goldberg-Diaz, LCSW, Program Manager, Desert Mountain Children’s Center, CA & Belinda Jauregu, LCSW, PPS, RPT-S, Clinical Counselor, Desert Mountain Children’s Center, CA

Earn 1.0 CTLE hour upon completing this session.

6. 10:45am-11:45am

Through the Hearts of Teachers Build the Minds of Children

Steve Erwin, Child Development, California State University, CA

Earn 1.0 CTLE hour upon completing this session.

7. 10:45am-11:45am

Engage and Empower Your Students With SEL Skills Through Animal Assisted Activities

Renee Metty, MEd, Founder and Chief Engagement Officer , With Pause, WA &  Karen Schumacher, Executive Director, Pawsitive Works, ID

Earn 1.0 CTLE hour upon completing this session.

8. 10:45am-11:45am

Shared Values: Responsibilities, Connections and Daily Actions in an Inclusive, Reggio-inspired Preschool

Patty Randall, Director of Educational Practices, Peachtree Presbyterian Preschool, GA

Earn 1.0 CTLE hour upon completing this session.

9. 2:00pm-3:00pm

Taking the Challenge Out of Challenging Behaviors

Tamar Andrews, EdD, Director, Temple Isaiah Preschool, CA

Earn 1.0 CTLE hour upon completing this session.

10. 2:00pm-3:00pm

Social Problem Solving For Children – Utilizing Collaborative Problem Solving with Preschoolers

Claire Hyland, MEd, R. Psych, Psychologist, Sturgeon Public School Division, Canada & Lana Kuntz, Ed, Headstart Teacher, Sturgeon Public School Division, Canada

Earn 1.0 CTLE hour upon completing this session.

11. 2:00pm-3:00pm

Careful That’s Hot – A Burn Prevention Program for Parents and Caregivers

Debbie Karaman, MPH, Burn Prevention Educator, Grossman Burn Center, CA

Earn 1.0 CTLE hour upon completing this session.

12. 2:00pm-3:00pm

Strategies For EEC Professionals to Support Immigrant Children and Families

Ruby Velasco, MS, Counseling Concentration MFT, Mental Health Specialist, CAMFT, CA

Earn 1.0 CTLE hour upon completing this session.

13. 2:00pm-3:00pm

The Experiences of Parents Caring for their Children Diagnosed with Autism

Staci Ratcliffe, MA, Lecturer, Federation University, OR

Earn 1.0 CTLE hour upon completing this session.

14. 3:15pm-4:15pm

They Didn’t Teach This in Graduate School: Understanding Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD) in Children

Tenise Wall, PhD, Mental Health Clinician, Institute For Family Health, NY

Earn 1.0 CTLE hour upon completing this session.

15. 3:15pm-4:15pm

Watch, Think, Tell: Supporting Narrative in Children with Social Learning Challenges

Anna Vagin, PhD, Speech Language Pathologist, Private Practice, CA

Earn 1.0 CTLE hour upon completing this session.

16. 3:15pm-4:15pm

Using Powerful Interactions to Create an Emotionally Responsive Learning Community through Intentional and Mindful Collaborative Planning and Goal Setting

Kristina Satchell, MSEd, Educational Supervisor, Columbia University Early Head Start, NY

Earn 1.0 CTLE hour upon completing this session.

17. 3:15pm-4:15pm

Vision Problems in 0-5 Year Olds and Their Effect on Learning and Development

April Nakayoshi, MPH, Vice President Program and Evaluation, Prevent Blindness Northern California, CA

Earn 1.0 CTLE hour upon completing this session.

18. 3:15pm-4:15pm

Male Engagement Eliminating the Barriers and Stigmas across Early Childhood Education

Ana Duarte, Family Engagement Specialist, LAUP, CA & Luis Barajas, Family Engagement Specialist, LAUP, CA

Earn 1.0 CTLE hour upon completing this session.

Continuing Education Credits to be announced. 

Association of Social Work Boards Approved Continuing Education (ASWB ACE)

This organization (Los Ninos Training, LLC and ACE Approval #1366) is approved as a provider for social work continuing education by the Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB) www.aswb.org through the Approved Continuing Education (ACE) Program.  Los Ninos Training, LLC maintains responsibility for the program. Social workers should contact their regulatory board to determine course approval for continuing education credits.

ASWB Approval Period: 3/30/16-3/30/19

Completion Requirements

In order to receive credit for attending continuing education sessions participants must attend the session for the full scheduled time, must sign the attendance form at the beginning and the end of the session, and must complete the session and overall conference evaluation form.  In particular, the extent to which each learning objectives was met will be assessed for each session in the session evaluation.

Receiving Your Credits

The certificate of credit will be awarded after the session attendee has signed the attendance form at the end of the session and when the attendee has handed in the session and overall conference evaluation form.  Partial credit is not awarded.

Presentations offering ASWB ACE credit hours for our 2018 conference:

Wednesday January 17, 2018

1. 9:00am-12:00pm (Workshop)

Developing Higher Order Thinking: Using Key Strategies That Promote Higher Student Achievement

Daysha Underwood, Family Engagement Specialist, LAUP, CA; Christina Rigsby, MAT, Senior Quality Services Specialist, LAUP, CA & Cynthia Santana, Quality Services Specialist, LAUP, CA

This INTERMEDIATE level session is offered for 3.0 ASWB continuing education clock hours.

2. 9:00am-12:00pm (Workshop)

Promoting Desirable Behavior: Five Effective Ways to Stay One Step Ahead of Misbehavior

Carolina Valdovinos, MA, Senior Quality Services Specialist, LAUP, CA & Viviana Longoria, MAEd, Quality Service Specialist, LAUP, CA

This INTERMEDIATE level session is offered for 3.0 ASWB continuing education clock hours.

3. 9:00am-12:00pm (Workshop)

Powered by STEAM: Engaging Young Children in Meaningful, Fun, and Hands-On Experiences to Investigate Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math

Dominique McMillan, Family Engagement Specialist, LAUP, CA; Eliana Mancilla, Family Engagement Specialist, LAUP, CA, Petra Cervantes, Quality Services Specialist, LAUP, CA

This INTERMEDIATE level session is offered for 3.0 ASWB continuing education clock hours.

4. 1:00pm-4:00pm (Workshop)

Developing Higher Order Thinking: Using Key Strategies That Promote Higher Student Achievement

Daysha Underwood, Family Engagement Specialist, LAUP, CA; Christina Rigsby, MAT, Senior Quality Services Specialist, LAUP, CA & Cynthia Santana, Quality Services Specialist, LAUP, CA

This INTERMEDIATE level session is offered for 3.0 ASWB continuing education clock hours.

5. 1:00pm-4:00pm (Workshop)

Promoting Desirable Behavior: Five Effective Ways to Stay One Step Ahead of Misbehavior

Carolina Valdovinos, MA, Senior Quality Services Specialist, LAUP, CA & Viviana Longoria, MAEd, Quality Service Specialist, LAUP, CA

This INTERMEDIATE level session is offered for 3.0 ASWB continuing education clock hours.

6. 1:00pm-4:00pm (Workshop)

Powered by STEAM: Engaging Young Children in Meaningful, Fun, and Hands-On Experiences to Investigate Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math

Dominique McMillan, Family Engagement Specialist, LAUP, CA; Eliana Mancilla, Family Engagement Specialist, LAUP, CA, Petra Cervantes, Quality Services Specialist, LAUP, CA

This INTERMEDIATE level session is offered for 3.0 ASWB continuing education clock hours.

Thursday January 18, 2018

1. 9:30am-10:30am

How to Promote Healthy Social-Emotional Development in the Young Child

Luz Castellanos, MSW, Family Engagement Specialist, LAUP, CA & Ana Alvarez, MSW, Family Engagement Specialist, LAUP, CA

This BEGINNER level session is offered for 1.0 ASWB continuing education clock hours.

2. 9:30am-10:30am

Childhood Trauma – Impacts of Trauma on Student Behavior and Learning

Chelan Shepherd, MA, Coordinator of Elementary Curriculum and Intervention, Golden Valley Unified School District, CA

This INTERMEDIATE level session is offered for 1.0 ASWB continuing education clock hours.

3. 9:30am-10:30am

Create with the Passion of a Villain and the Heart of a Superhero

April Shoemaker, MA, Founder of Empowering Parenting, Home School Association of California, CA

This BEGINNER level session is offered for 1.0 ASWB continuing education clock hours.

4. 10:45am-11:45am

Bring Out the Best in Your Students, Children, and Yourself

Ilene Val-Essen, PhD, President, Quality Parenting, CA

This INTERMEDIATE level session is offered for 1.0 ASWB continuing education clock hours.

5. 10:45am-11:45am

ADA in the Preschool: What Are Your Rights and Obligations?

Laurel Francoeur, JD, Attorney, Francoeur Law Office, MA

This INTERMEDIATE level session is offered for 1.0 ASWB continuing education clock hours.

6. 2:00pm-3:00pm

Creating a Positive Classroom Environment for Preschoolers to Reduce Challenging Behaviors

Sherry Howard, MS, Project Director, Georgia State University, GA

This INTERMEDIATE level session is offered for 1.0 ASWB continuing education clock hours.

7. 2:00pm-3:00pm

Using Music to Support Young Children as They Heal from Trauma

Justine Chadly, MA, Director, In Harmony Music, CA & Katie Statman-Weil, MS, LCSW, Instructor, Portland State University, OR

This INTERMEDIATE level session is offered for 1.0 ASWB continuing education clock hours.

8. 2:00pm-3:00pm

Building Social Skills in Children:  Creating an Environment That is Safe and Helps Children with Problem-Solving, Decision-Making, Self-Management, Peer Relations

Jane Montgomery, MA, Director, Peachtree Presbyterian Preschool, GA

This INTERMEDIATE level session is offered for 1.0 ASWB continuing education clock hours.

9. 3:15pm-4:15pm

Get the Confidence and Skills You Need to Transform Challenging Behavior in Your Program Today

Barbara O’Neill, EdD, Consultant, Transform Challenging Behavior, CA

This INTERMEDIATE level session is offered for 1.0 ASWB continuing education clock hours.

10. 3:15pm-4:15pm

Dyadic Art Therapy:  Effective Intervention for Young Children with ACE

Katherin Freier Randall, PhD, Psychologist Consultant, DMCC, CA; Maria Jesus Ampuero, PhD, LMFT, Behavioral Counselor, Desert Mountain Children’s Center, CA & Rosalina Becerra, MS, LCSW, Behavioral Counselor, Desert Mountain Children’s Center, CA

This INTERMEDIATE level session is offered for 1.0 ASWB continuing education clock hours.

11. 3:15pm-4:15pm

DIR/Floortime, the iPad and Augmentative Communication: Application in Children with ASD from Birth to Five

Michelle Havens, EdD, Consultant, Imagine Academy, NJ & Erin Shipley, MS, CCC-SLP, Celebrate the Children, NJ

This INTERMEDIATE level session is offered for 1.0 ASWB continuing education clock hours.

Friday, January 19, 2018

1. 9:30am-10:30am

Taming your Wiggles and Giggles through Sensory Strategies, Rhythm, and Touch

Maria Jesus Ampuero, PhD, LMFT, Behavioral Counselor, Desert Mountain Children’s Center, CA; Rosalina Becerra, LCSW, Behavioral Health Counselor, Desert Mountain Children’s Center, CA & Cheryl Goldberg-Diaz, LCSW, Program Manager, Desert Mountain Children’s Center, CA

This INTERMEDIATE level session is offered for 1.0 ASWB continuing education clock hours.

2. 9:30am-10:30am

Sesame Street:  Building Healthy Bodies and Healthy Minds Through Daily Routines

Tina Moglia, Supervising Producer, Sesame Workshop, NY

This INTERMEDIATE level session is offered for 1.0 ASWB continuing education clock hours.

3. 9:30am-10:30am

Coordinated Emotional Support plus Instructional Support Equal School Readiness Success

Carolyn Harvey, EdD, Shelby County School District Early Childhood Advisor, Shelby County Schools District, TN

This INTERMEDIATE level session is offered for 1.0 ASWB continuing education clock hours.

4. 10:45am-11:45am

Setting the Foundation of Healthy Social-Emotional and Developmental Pathways for Ages Zero to Five

Cheryl Goldberg-Diaz, LCSW, Program Manager, Desert Mountain Children’s Center, CA & Belinda Jauregu, LCSW, PPS, RPT-S, Clinical Counselor, Desert Mountain Children’s Center, CA

This INTERMEDIATE level session is offered for 1.0 ASWB continuing education clock hours.

5. 2:00pm-3:00pm

Taking the Challenge Out of Challenging Behaviors

Tamar Andrews, EdD, Director, Temple Isaiah Preschool, CA

This INTERMEDIATE level session is offered for 1.0 ASWB continuing education clock hours.

6. 2:00pm-3:00pm

Social Problem Solving For Children – Utilizing Collaborative Problem Solving with Preschoolers

Claire Hyland, MEd, R. Psych, Psychologist, Sturgeon Public School Division, Canada & Lana Kuntz, Ed, Headstart Teacher, Sturgeon Public School Division, Canada

This INTERMEDIATE level session is offered for 1.0 ASWB continuing education clock hours.

7. 2:00pm-3:00pm

Strategies For EEC Professionals to Support Immigrant Children and Families

Ruby Velasco, MS, Counseling Concentration MFT, Mental Health Specialist, CAMFT, CA

This INTERMEDIATE level session is offered for 1.0 ASWB continuing education clock hours.

8. 2:00pm-3:00pm

The Experiences of Parents Caring for their Children Diagnosed with Autism

Staci Ratcliffe, MA, Lecturer, Federation University, OR

This INTERMEDIATE level session is offered for 1.0 ASWB continuing education clock hours.

9. 3:15pm-4:15pm

They Didn’t Teach This in Graduate School: Understanding Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD) in Children

Tenise Wall, PhD, Mental Health Clinician, Institute For Family Health, NY

This INTERMEDIATE level session is offered for 1.0 ASWB continuing education clock hours.

10. 3:15pm-4:15pm

Using Powerful Interactions to Create an Emotionally Responsive Learning Community through Intentional and Mindful Collaborative Planning and Goal Setting

Kristina Satchell, MSEd, Educational Supervisor, Columbia University Early Head Start, NY

This INTERMEDIATE level session is offered for 1.0 ASWB continuing education clock hours.

11. 3:15pm-4:15pm

Male Engagement Eliminating the Barriers and Stigmas across Early Childhood Education

Ana Duarte, Family Engagement Specialist, LAUP, CA & Luis Barajas, Family Engagement Specialist, LAUP, CA

This INTERMEDIATE level session is offered for 1.0 ASWB continuing education clock hours.

New York State Board for Occupational Therapy Continuing Competency Hours

Los Niños Training is an approved Continuing Education Provider by the New York State Board for Occupational Therapy.  Los Niños Training, LLC maintains responsibility for the program.  Occupational therapist professionals should contact their regulatory board to confirm course approval for continuing education credits. 

NYSED Approval Period: 4/1/15- 3/31/18

Presentations Offering NYS Occupational Therapy Continuing Competency Hours for our 2018 conference: 

Wednesday January 17, 2018

1. 9:00am-12:00pm (Workshop)

Developing Higher Order Thinking: Using Key Strategies That Promote Higher Student Achievement

Daysha Underwood, Family Engagement Specialist, LAUP, CA; Christina Rigsby, MAT, Senior Quality Services Specialist, LAUP, CA & Cynthia Santana, Quality Services Specialist, LAUP, CA

This training will focus on the why, what, and how of supporting young children and their development of higher order thinking skills. Trainers will share exciting research that highlights the link between higher order thinking and increased student success. Using a variety of modalities: engaging, hands-on activities, discussion, reflection, true accounts from the field, PowerPoint/video, and brief lecture, participants will have the opportunity to explore the cognitive development of infants, toddlers, and preschoolers, as well as, Bloom’s Taxonomy and how to identify lower versus higher order thinking. Training participants will leave with resources, effective strategies, and useful techniques that can easily be adapted for immediate application in a variety of program settings.  More specifically, participants will learn how to integrate practical strategies to support executive functioning and reflective learning.

3.0 NYSED OT Continuing Competency Hours Offered.

2. 9:00am-12:00pm (Workshop)

Powered by STEAM: Engaging Young Children in Meaningful, Fun, and Hands-On Experiences to Investigate Science,

Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math

Dominique McMillan, Family Engagement Specialist, LAUP, CA; Eliana Mancilla, Family Engagement Specialist, LAUP, CA, Petra Cervantes, Quality Services Specialist, LAUP, CA & Carolina Valdovinos, MA, Senior Quality Services Specialist, LAUP, CA

This training will highlight the why, what, and how of STEAM education for young children. Trainers will share exciting research that demonstrates why STEAM experiences are critical for infants, toddlers, and preschoolers. Using a variety of dynamic learning modalities: engaging, hands-on activities, discussion, reflection, real-life stories from the teaching perspective, PowerPoint/video, and brief sections of lecture, participants will have the opportunity to explore all five content areas of STEAM, and will gain insight into how all of these areas are interconnected. Participants will also learn how to encourage parent and family engagement in exploring STEAM-related concepts with children at home. Training participants will leave with resources, effective strategies, and practical, affordable ideas that can easily be adapted for immediate application in a variety of program settings.

3.0 NYSED OT Continuing Competency Hour Offered.

3. 1:00pm-4:00pm (Workshop)

Developing Higher Order Thinking: Using Key Strategies That Promote Higher Student Achievement

Daysha Underwood, Family Engagement Specialist, LAUP, CA; Christina Rigsby, MAT, Senior Quality Services Specialist, LAUP, CA & Cynthia Santana, Quality Services Specialist, LAUP, CA

This training will focus on the why, what, and how of supporting young children and their development of higher order thinking skills. Trainers will share exciting research that highlights the link between higher order thinking and increased student success. Using a variety of modalities: engaging, hands-on activities, discussion, reflection, true accounts from the field, PowerPoint/video, and brief lecture, participants will have the opportunity to explore the cognitive development of infants, toddlers, and preschoolers, as well as, Bloom’s Taxonomy and how to identify lower versus higher order thinking. Training participants will leave with resources, effective strategies, and useful techniques that can easily be adapted for immediate application in a variety of program settings.  More specifically, participants will learn how to integrate practical strategies to support executive functioning and reflective learning.

3.0 NYSED OT Continuing Competency Hours Offered.

4. 1:00pm-4:00pm (Workshop)

Powered by STEAM: Engaging Young Children in Meaningful, Fun, and Hands-On Experiences to Investigate Science,

Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math

Dominique McMillan, Family Engagement Specialist, LAUP, CA; Eliana Mancilla, Family Engagement Specialist, LAUP, CA, Petra Cervantes, Quality Services Specialist, LAUP, CA & Carolina Valdovinos, MA, Senior Quality Services Specialist, LAUP, CA

This training will highlight the why, what, and how of STEAM education for young children. Trainers will share exciting research that demonstrates why STEAM experiences are critical for infants, toddlers, and preschoolers. Using a variety of dynamic learning modalities: engaging, hands-on activities, discussion, reflection, real-life stories from the teaching perspective, PowerPoint/video, and brief sections of lecture, participants will have the opportunity to explore all five content areas of STEAM, and will gain insight into how all of these areas are interconnected. Participants will also learn how to encourage parent and family engagement in exploring STEAM-related concepts with children at home. Training participants will leave with resources, effective strategies, and practical, affordable ideas that can easily be adapted for immediate application in a variety of program settings.

3.0 NYSED OT Continuing Competency Hour Offered.

Thursday January 18, 2018

1. 9:30am-10:30am 

How to Promote Healthy Social-Emotional Development in the Young Child

Luz Castellanos, MSW, Family Engagement Specialist, LAUP, CA & Ana Alvarez, MSW, Family Engagement Specialist, LAUP, CA

This presentation will review healthy social-emotional development, discuss promoting healthy social-emotional development strategies, and exploring caregiver-child relationships. It takes a village to raise a positive, confident, and resilient child. Topics discussed will include: Importance of healthy social-emotional development, building trusting relationships, and developing healthy social skills. We will take a multidisciplinary approach through the lens of the Strengthening Families framework in addressing the importance of collaboration in supporting the child and family during these fundamental years.

1.0 NYSED OT Continuing Competency Hours Offered.

2. 9:30am-10:30am 

Childhood Trauma – Impacts of Trauma on Student Behavior and Learning

Chelan Shepherd, MA, Coordinator of Elementary Curriculum and Intervention, Golden Valley Unified School District, CA

The ever-increasing population of students experiencing trauma in early childhood is impacting the educational environment. Student behavior is disrupting the learning environment and students are struggling to learn the necessary concepts and skills needed to be successful in the classroom. Often these students are seen as nothing more than a behavior problem and dealt with only through discipline. Attendees will walk away from this session with a better understanding of the impacts of childhood trauma on development, the impact trauma has on student learning and behavior, and strategies to help manage behavior to improve the classroom environment and student learning.

1.0 NYSED OT Continuing Competency Hours Offered.

3. 10:45am-11:45am 

Building Better Brains: The Pathway to Learning for Our Children

Leticia Malvaez, Program Coach, LAUP, CA

Children’s brain development and learning potential are maximized when they are in quality early learning environments. This presentation will discuss how the brain develops and what it needs to function optimally, and will connect quality early learning experiences to a young child’s developing brain. Additionally, presenters will highlight the vital role that educators and caregivers play in building better brains in young children. Classroom and parent engagement strategies for fostering the skills necessary for learning will be provided. Participants will leave with an understanding of purpose for intentional teaching and strategies to implement in their everyday practice.

1.0 NYSED OT Continuing Competency Hours Offered.

4. 10:45am-11:45am 

ADA in the Preschool: What Are Your Rights and Obligations?

Laurel Francoeur, JD, Attorney, Francoeur Law Office, MA

The presentation will give an overview of the Americans With Disabilities Law and how it applies to preschools, with emphasis on how the ADA helps children with disabilities in preschool. It will discuss what rights the ADA confers upon children with disabilities and what steps a preschool must take to ensure compliance. Specific cases involving preschools will be discussed. The concept of accommodations will be explained, with concrete examples of what accommodations at preschool might look like. Discussion about when a preschool may not have to comply with the ADA and steps a preschool must take to avoid liability.

1.0 NYSED OT Continuing Competency Hours Offered.

5. 1:00pm-1:50pm (Keynote)

Address the Good/Bad of Technology for Young Children

Gabe Zicherman, MBA, Rollins College, Canada

The marriage between games and learning is long, but uneasy. Over the past 30 years, games in education have been alternately lauded as the great savior of a struggling system and a full teacher replacement. After all, if it’s fun enough, why do we need anyone running the classroom at all? But amidst all the hype and confusion, there is a movement taking shape — based on science, practical examples and good fundamentals — that marries the best of educators with the power of games to improve outcomes and critical 21st century skills.  Its name is Gamification — and from the boardroom to the classroom, it’s leveraging the best ideas from games, loyalty programs and behavioral economics to change the world. And just in time, too. Find out the latest patterns, research and concepts behind gamification from expert and author of “The Gamification Revolution”, Gabe Zichermann.

1.0 NYSED OT Continuing Competency Hours Offered.

6. 3:15pm-4:15pm 

Get the Confidence and Skills You Need to Transform Challenging Behavior in Your Program Today

Barbara O’Neill, EdD, Consultant, Transform Challenging Behavior, CA

Learn the strategies you need to successfully support children exhibiting challenging behavior. Whether the problem is hitting, biting, throwing toys, or children not listening you will get the necessary tools for designing effective, strength- based interventions. Through a combination of case study examples, interactive exercises, and video clip reflections you will be introduced to the Transform Challenging Behavior Method and be guided in applying the strategies to immediately help the children in your classroom or program. You will leave with increased confidence in your ability to support even the most challenging children and with concrete tools for doing so.

1.0 NYSED OT Continuing Competency Hours Offered.

7. 3:15pm-4:15pm 

Dyadic Art Therapy:  Effective Intervention for Young Children with ACE

Katherin Freier Randall, PhD, Psychologist Consultant, DMCC, CA; Maria Jesus Ampuero, PhD, LMFT, Behavioral Counselor, Desert Mountain Children’s Center, CA & Rosalina Becerra, MS, LCSW, Behavioral Counselor, Desert Mountain Children’s Center, CA

The modality presented utilizes art expression to assist young children who have experienced trauma to develop healthy, trusting, and secure relationships with their parents/caregivers. It allows for enhanced attachment/attunement by bringing the parent to the creativity/developmental level of the child. The intervention strengthens communication in the dyad while also harnessing the child’s core developmental competencies through sensory experience and internalization. Thus, the intervention assists the young child to process and positively build around core trauma symptomology of trust/safety (relationship/environment), control, sensory experience and the need to be ‘understood’. Intervention examples for individual and group dyad settings will be offered.

1.0 NYSED OT Continuing Competency Hours Offered.

8. 3:15pm-4:15pm 

DIR/Floortime, the iPad and Augmentative Communication: Application in Children with ASD from Birth to Five

Michelle Havens, EdD, Consultant, Imagine Academy, NJ & Erin Shipley, MS, CCC-SLP, Celebrate the Children, NJ

Many children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder have limited verbal and/or leisure skills. These same children may have a strong interest in technology, but it is not used due to repetitive and self-directed behavior. Newer technologies, such as the iPad, have great applicability with this population as a method of assistive/augmentative communication, as well as to age-appropriate and community-accepted leisure skills. This presentation will address using the iPad, with DIR/Floortime principles, productively with this population.

1.0 NYSED OT Continuing Competency Hours Offered.

Friday January 19, 2018

1. 9:30am-10:30am 

Taming your Wiggles and Giggles through Sensory Strategies, Rhythm, and Touch

Maria Jesus Ampuero, PhD, LMFT, Behavioral Counselor, Desert Mountain Children’s Center, CA; Rosalina Becerra, LCSW, Behavioral Health Counselor, Desert Mountain Children’s Center, CA & Cheryl Goldberg-Diaz, LCSW, Program Manager, Desert Mountain Children’s Center, CA

The presentation will provide participants with information, understanding and take away strategies related to sensory integration and input for self- regulation. The session will Include hands on techniques, that teach healthy values, cooperation and social skills when working with the preschool population. It will provide foundation of Group Theraplay® principles, how to lead groups in a directed, structured, playful, safe and nurturing way. It will promote group functioning, positive relationships, enhancement of self-esteem, empathy for others and improved emotional state. Utilizes attachment based interactive play, that provides corrective attachment experiences. Presentation will include understanding of impact of early trauma.

1.0 NYSED OT Continuing Competency Hours Offered.

2. 9:30am-10:30am 

Sesame Street: Building Healthy Bodies and Healthy Minds Through Daily Routines

Tina Moglia, Supervising Producer, Sesame Workshop, NY  

Sesame Street invites you to learn more about how we can positively impact children’s health and wellbeing on a daily basis in this interactive presentation: “Sesame Street: Building Healthy Bodies and Healthy Minds Through Daily Routines”. Together we will explore ways to help support young children (ages 2-5) and families’ health and wellness by establishing everyday routines, as well as utilizing multimedia tools and resources. We’ll practice hands-on activities you can use to engage kids and families to help them develop a foundation of healthy habits that will last a lifetime.

1.0 NYSED OT Continuing Competency Hours Offered.

3. 9:30am-10:30am 

Coordinated Emotional Support plus Instructional Support Equal School Readiness Success

Carolyn Harvey, EdD, Shelby County School District Early Childhood Advisor, Shelby County Schools District, TN 

School readiness is acquired through the participation of families, schools and communities providing environments and experiences that support the physical, social, emotional, language, literacy, and cognitive development of young children. Gain knowledge on how to increase the percentage of early childhood students meeting grade level expectations for early literacy and improve a coordinated continuum that aligns standards, curriculum, instruction, assessments, family engagement and which creates a seamless and effective pathway of learning for all children.

1.0 NYSED OT Continuing Competency Hours Offered.

4. 10:45am-11:45am 

Setting the Foundation of Healthy Social-Emotional and Developmental Pathways for Ages Zero to Five

Cheryl Goldberg-Diaz, LCSW, Program Manager, Desert Mountain Children’s Center, CA & Belinda Jauregu, LCSW, PPS, RPT-S, Clinical Counselor, Desert Mountain Children’s Center, CA

This training will explore the critical social and emotional developmental foundations of infants, toddlers and preschoolers. the training will assist participants in understanding what “healthy” social and emotional development looks like for little ones ages zero- five years old. Training will touch on brain development, screen time dilemma and provide strategies and resources for working with our infants, toddlers and preschoolers. The training will also include some experiential activities to demonstrate movement helpful with learning self-regulation and increased focus and attention to facilitate learning.

1.0 NYSED OT Continuing Competency Hours Offered.

5. 10:45am-11:45am 

Love to Move! Move to Learn!

Charmaine Turpin, Educational Consultant, Zoo-phonics, CA

Rather than using abstract letters, Zoo-phonics uses the WILD to teach the child as students use their bodies and senses to learn the alphabet, reading, spelling and writing skills. This playful, physical, mnemonic, novel, vervistic curriculum gets children out of their seats to learn, putting new information into long term memory.

1.0 NYSED OT Continuing Competency Hours Offered.

6. 10:45am-11:45am 

Engage and Empower Your Students With SEL Skills Through Animal Assisted Activities

Renee Metty, MEd, Founder and Chief Engagement Officer , With Pause, WA & Karen Schumacher, Executive Director, Pawsitive Works, ID

Experience this hands-on presentation demonstrating how to integrate animal assisted activities into a quality SEL program. Discover program options that provide engagement through real-life interaction with animals. Research has shown many benefits from integrating animals into the classroom including contributing to emotional and relational development. Having an animal creates an atmosphere of trust that motivates children to expand their skills in communication, expressive language, receptive language, joint attention, social pragmatics as well as reading and literacy. Learn what Animal Assisted Activities are and how they boost the benefits of Social Emotional Learning for children through mindfulness.  Walk away with activities, ideas and key concepts.

1.0 NYSED OT Continuing Competency Hours Offered.

7. 2:00pm-3:00pm 

Taking the Challenge Out of Challenging Behaviors

Tamar Andrews, EdD, Director, Temple Isaiah Preschool, CA

Every challenging behavior meets a child’s need. It is often difficult to know what that need is or how to make accommodations to either eliminate or minimize the behaviors. Sometimes, challenging behaviors are just that, challenging… and the child is simply high maintenance. This presentation will provide an overview of some of the most common challenging behaviors as well as easy-to-implement techniques to create successful learning environments for young children. Examples will be provided in video and picture format in settings that have successfully implemented these strategies. Appropriate for providers working with 0-6 year olds.

1.0 NYSED OT Continuing Competency Hours Offered.

8. 2:00pm-3:00pm 

Social Problem Solving For Children – Utilizing Collaborative Problem Solving with Preschoolers

Claire Hyland, MEd, R. Psych, Psychologist, Sturgeon Public School Division, Canada & Lana Kuntz, Ed, Headstart Teacher, Sturgeon Public School Division, Canada

This presentation will demonstrate how the model of collaborative problem solving can be successfully used with preschoolers. Based on the philosophical beliefs that kids do well if they can, challenging kids do not choose to be challenging and that every behavior is communication or result of a lagging skill. The goal of social/collaborative problem solving is to move development forward by teaching the skill. Challenging preschoolers will buy into this process if they are a part of the problems solving process. Oppositional preschoolers will often push back when solutions are imposed.

1.0 NYSED OT Continuing Competency Hours Offered.

9. 2:00pm-3:00pm 

The Experiences of Parents Caring for their Children Diagnosed with Autism

Staci Ratcliffe, MA, Lecturer, Federation University, OR

The presentation discusses the findings collected from qualitative interviews with parents of children diagnosed with autism.  The limited studies on parent’s experiences suggests that parents are tasked with the traditional role of caregiver and a prominent role in their child’s autism treatment, specifically as a decision maker and a facilitator of therapy. As parents are tasked with this pivotal role they are seen as the most important member of their child’s care team and as such it is vital that professionals understand their vulnerabilities and the most effective supports. This study using grounded theory provides a voice to parents.

1.0 NYSED OT Continuing Competency Hours Offered.

10. 3:15pm-4:15pm 

They Didn’t Teach This in Graduate School: Understanding Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD) in Children

Tenise Wall, PhD, Mental Health Clinician, Institute For Family Health, NY

This presentation is designed to provide an understanding of the etiology of Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD). The symptoms of ODD will be discussed, allowing for participants to deepen their knowledge in this subject matter. It is not always that a child is diagnosed, but rather they are diagnosable, and therefore such strategies can be an effective resource in a parents’ or professionals’ “toolbox.” It will provide participants with an understanding of what the behaviors look like and provide resources and strategies for working with children who meet the clinical criteria of this behavior disorder.

1.0 NYSED OT Continuing Competency Hours Offered.

11. 3:15pm-4:15pm 

Watch, Think, Tell: Supporting Narrative in Children with Social Learning Challenges

Anna Vagin, PhD, Speech Language Pathologist, Private Practice, CA

Social thinking challenges affect relationships and language development. Narrative reflects our knowledge, impressions, and opinions of events, and can be challenging for young children who struggle with perspective taking, social sequencing, inference, and the emotional understanding of action and reaction! We will first discuss the social cognitive and emotional foundations of narrative. Then, we will examine how our behavior influences the narrative we hear from children, as we review the importance of silence, pacing, gesture, visual supports, our own language. The majority of the presentation will focus on engaging ways to support narrative development in the early elementary age student.

1.0 NYSED OT Continuing Competency Hours Offered.

12. 3:15pm-4:15pm 

Using Powerful Interactions to Create an Emotionally Responsive Learning Community through Intentional and Mindful Collaborative Planning and Goal Setting

Kristina Satchell, MSEd, Educational Supervisor, Columbia University Early Head Start, NY

In this presentation – using hands-on activities and interactions discussion – the presenter will share how she and her colleagues have incorporated the three steps of Powerful Interactions (Be Present, Connect and Extend Learning) and “I notice” statements to increase efficiency in their work and more importantly to create an emotionally responsive, strengths-based program culture that highlights the strengths of each member.

1.0 NYSED OT Continuing Competency Hours Offered.

13. 3:15pm-4:15pm 

Vision Problems in 0-5 Year Olds and Their Effect on Learning and Development

April Nakayoshi, MPH, Vice President Program and Evaluation, Prevent Blindness Northern California, CA

One in 10 preschoolers has a vision problem requiring correction, but preschoolers don’t know what normal vision looks like don’t complain of difficulty seeing. Vision problems in early childhood results in lower scores on early literacy and math tests, and can adversely affect 3rd grade reading proficiency. I will explain how vision problems can exacerbate existing learning difficulties and even masquerade as other behavioral or learning difficulties. I will cover visual development from birth to age 5, vision problems that can affect early learning, and approaches to detecting and treating vision problems in young children.

1.0 NYSED OT Continuing Competency Hours Offered.

No PT Continuing Education Credits are available at this conference. 

Continuing Education Credits to be announced.