Project SCOPE Online Training Series

Date: Tuesday, August 24, 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm

Presenters: Tuesday, August 24 (Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS) in Infants, Diane Frankenburger) o Tuesday, September 7 (Sensory Development for Children with NAS, Felicia Bernhard, OTR) o Tuesday, September 21 (Developmental Outcomes for Children with NAS, Dr. Jennifer Grisham) o Tuesday, October 5 (Having Respectful Conversations with Families and Utilizing the Expertise of Peer Support Specialists, Amanda Metcalf and Tonya Jernigan) o Tuesday, October 19 (Supporting Families through a Trauma-Informed Approach, Miriam Silman) o Tuesday, October 26 (Language Development for Children with NAS, TBD) o Tuesday, November 2 (Visual Development for Children with NAS, Elsie Bush) o Tuesday, November 16 (Development of Children with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD), Dr. Susan Barron) o Tuesday, November 30 (Next Steps for Supporting Children with NAS and FASD, Caroline Gooden and Christine Hausman)

Learning Objectives: Presenters will share these at the beginning of each presentation.

Location: Online

The UK Human Development Institute Project SCOPE online training series (nine sessions) is for early care staff who work directly with young children who have neonatal abstinence syndrome, fetal alcohol spectrum disorder, or are affected by substance abuse, and their families. Providers from child care, Head Start, preschool, home visiting, and related programs are encouraged to register for this interactive series that will be held on alternate Tuesdays, from August 24 through November 30, 2021, at 3:30-5pm ET. Each session is interactive and engaging, and includes a speaker, presentation of a related challenge from one of the participants, and small group discussion of possible strategies.

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