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TRIAD Early Intervention Virtual Learning Community – Generalizing Sleep and Behavioral Strategies

Date: June 07, 2019

Time: 10:00AM to 11:00AM

Location: Online

Please join Vanderbilt’s Treatment and Research Institute for Autism Spectrum Disorders’ (TRIAD) Early Intervention Virtual Learning Community focused on addressing sleep. The purpose of this learning community it to give early intervention providers information and strategies related to sleep routines for young children with ASD and related developmental delays and disabilities. The series will consist of six 1-hour interactive webinar sessions and will highlight application of the strategies and tools in TRIAD’s Early Intervention Sleep Curriculum Module. Each session will build upon the previous sessions. Therefore, registrants are encouraged to attend all sessions.

Webinar Series Dates

  • May 3, 2019
  • May 10, 2018
  • May 17, 2019
  • May 24, 2019
  • May 31, 2019
  • June 7, 2019

Technology Requirements

  • Internet Access
  • Web-capable device (e.g., tablet, computer)

Training Topics

  • ABCs of Behavior
  • Identifying How and Why Your Child Communicates
  • Using the Framework for Communication
  • Applying the Framework for Communication 1
  • Applying the Framework for Communication 2
  • Caregiver and Coaching and Wrap-up

Webinar Format

Webinar learning activities include:

  • Group instruction
  • Group discussion
  • Question and answer

Proof of Attendance

  • Participants will receive certificates documenting their participation in 1 hour of professional development (per webinar attended).

This professional development opportunity is sponsored by the Tennessee Early Intervention System and is available to Early Intervention Providers in Middle and West Tennessee at no-cost to participants.

For accessibility information or to request an accommodation

Contact kc@vumc.org or 615-322-8240 for disability access information; 2 weeks advance notice is recommended for some accommodations (e.g., Braille, signing).