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Webinar Scheduling

Please join us for one of our monthly training/accessible webinars below.

June 12th, 6-7:30 pm

Advanced Trauma Responsive Practices

Early childhood trauma is the most common type of trauma, and also the most detrimental. In addition, trauma responsive practices, when put into place early in a child's life, are more likely to benefit children's development than practices put into place later in life. Relationally-positive experiences are, in fact, the most beneficial form of intervention to address early child trauma. Daycare providers, therefore, work with a high percentage of children exposed to trauma and are in a unique position to provide relationally-rich supports. Use of trauma-responsive practices may decrease daycare provider stress. This training builds on a previously delivered "Trauma Responsive Practices" training and provides more space for learning specific tools to use to instill a sense of safety and security for trauma-exposed children, and to help decrease trauma-related emotional reactivity.

Approved for 1.5 KDHE Clock Hours

Core Competency: Child Observation & Assessment


June 24th, 6-7:30 pm

Speech-Language Development Birth to Five – IN SPANISH

El seminario web ayudará a los participantes a identificar hitos de comunicación típicos y comportamientos de comunicación atípicos en niños de 0 a 5 años de edad. Aprenderá sobre fuentes de referencia de intervención y evaluación en todo el estado e identificará más formas de promover el desarrollo del lenguaje durante sus rutinas diarias.

El seminario web está aprobado para 1,5 horas de reloj KDHE

Competencia básica: crecimiento y desarrollo infantile


School of Medicine

University of Kansas Medical Center
Department of Pediatrics
Mail Stop 4004
3901 Rainbow Boulevard
Kansas City, KS 66160
Phone: 913-588-6338