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Third Thursday Webinar: Promoting Child Development Together…Let’s Learn the Signs and Act Early

  • 20 Aug 2020
  • 12:00 PM - 1:15 PM
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  • If you are a current SCIMHA member, this event is offered at no charge.
  • Through our Professional Development Collaborative SCIMHA is offering Third Thursday Webinars to active Colorado Association of Infant Mental Health (CoAIMH) members.
  • Individuals who are not members of SCIMHA are encouraged to join. Third Thursday webinars are offered at no charge for members.

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Promoting Child Development Together…Let’s Learn the Signs and Act Early

August 20, 2020 12:00pm-1:00

    

Lorraine Cragan-Sullivan, MA, MSW, LMSW

This is a free opportunity for SCIMHA members! 

*Time spent at this event counts toward IMHE® and/or ECMHE® Training  or Renewal requirements.

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Learn how to work with parents to support the development of children birth through five years using the Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s Learn the Signs. Act Early. Free materials.

Objectives:  

  • Participants will be equipped to engage parents in developmental monitoring
  • Participants will be able to explain the importance of developmental monitoring and screening to parents

Presenter: 

Lorraine Cragan-Sullivan

Lorraine Cragan-Sullivan has nearly 25 years of experience working with children and families in diverse settings. She received her Bachelor and Master degrees in psychology from Marist College and a Master of Social Work degree from the University at Albany.  Lorraine is employed by Prisma Health-Upstate in the Bradshaw Institute for Community Child Health & Advocacy and serves as Program Coordinator-Upstate Outreach for Help Me Grow South Carolina. Help Me Grow is an evidence-based program founded on the fundamental premise that developmental surveillance and screening, along with early detection of children with developmental or behavioral health concerns and their connection to community services improves health outcomes for children. She is a certified trainer in the Ages & Stages Questionnaires through Brookes Publishing, a certified trainer in the Strengthening Families’ Protective Factor Framework, and serves as the CDC’s Act Early Ambassador to South Carolina.




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