The Center for Child Health and Development (CCHD) is a resource for families. When a child has trouble learning, speaking or acting, parents want answers and help. The staff at CCHD work as a team of experts to diagnose your child. Recommendations help families know where to begin. Our goal is to provide family-centered care.
CCHD staff have expertise in child development, autism spectrum disorders, Fragile X syndrome, and other developmental disabilities.
$40 for early bird registration
Friday, April 18, 2014
9am - Noon
University of Kansas Edwards Campus
This workshop will provide practical strategies and ideas to promote positive parenting of young children. This workshop is unique because the focus is on supporting the professionals and providers that work with families to help in the promotion of positive parenting practices. Content will focus on developmentally appropriate play and activities, positive parent-child interactions, and preventing and managing challenging behaviors.
CCHD is a resource for Kansans through our:
Evaulating children through an interdisciplinary team approach.
Finding evidence-based practices and new methods.
Pre-service & post-doctorate students learning to become leaders.
Sharing best practices with local, state, and regional audiences.