In this section you will find some additional training modules and resources available for credit toward the 24 hours in Birth to Three programs.
- Routines Based Intervention
- Bed Bugs
- Safety Out in the Community
- Kids Are What They Eat
- Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Disorder – This course provides an overview of risk factors for fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASD), its signs and symptoms, and prevention and treatment methods. The course includes seven modules that can be studied at your own pace. You can complete one or more modules based on your needs.
At the conclusion of FASD — The Course, you will be able to download and print a Certificate of Completion (which you then will need to fill in with your name and the date) stating that you have completed 7 hours of training. To receive a certificate, you will need to complete all seven modules. If you want to obtain CEUs, you will need to submit the Certificate of Completion and a printout of the module objectives to your licensing body, along with any information required by them.
Articles of Interest
This section includes informational articles that can expand your skills in working with children.
Download and complete the Training Outcome Form (WORD format) or Training Outcome Form (PDF format) to receive credit for reading any of these Articles of Interest. You may also use this form to obtain credit for reading other journal articles (1 hour), books (up to 3 hours) or viewing videos (length of video) related to your practice. Return the completed form to your supervisor to obtain credit.
- Come Play With Me
- Head Lag in Infants at Risk for Autism: A Preliminary Study
- Overview of Play: Its Uses and Importance in Early Intervention/Early Childhood Special Education
- Research Sheds Light on How Babies Learn & Develop Language
- Teaching Your Child to Cooperate
- The Power of Talking to Your Baby
- The Teaching Pyramid – A Model for Supporting Social Competence & Preventing Challenging Behavior in Young Children
- Toddlers & Technology: Teaching the Techniques
Resources to Share with Families
- Zero to Three
The mission of Zero to Three is to promote the health and development of infants and toddlers. The website includes age based developmental information, free parent brochures and guides and a host of other information for professional and parents.
- Zero to Three Parent Portal
There is no such thing as a perfect parent. Parenting is an ongoing process of learning who your individual child is and what he needs to thrive. Our resources are designed to help you tune in to what makes your child tick, and to guide you in thinking about the best way to meet your child’s individual needs.
- Therapists as Collaborative Team Members for Infants and Toddlers
This website, developed by Juliann Woods, PhD from the University of South Florida, contains useful information on implementing a routines based approach in early intervention.
- Family Guided Approaches to Collaborative Early Intervention Services
This website provides resources and training for families and professionals in implementing a routines based approach. The site includes reproducible training modules.
- Training and Learning Collaborative (TLC)
Philadelphia County Infant/Toddler Early Intervention personnel can access this website to learn about policies, procedures and upcoming trainings. The site also contains online training in cultural competence, routines based intervention and the IFSP process.
- The Importance of Home Language Series – Staff and family handouts in six different languages. This series of handouts is designed to provide staff and families with basic information on topics related to children learning two or more languages. They emphasize the benefits of being bilingual, the importance of maintaining home language, and the value of becoming fully bilingual. These easy-to-read resources highlight important information that every adult living or working with young dual language learners should know.
- Birth to 5: Watch Me Thrive! Is a coordinated federal effort to encourage healthy child development, universal developmental and behavioral screening for children, and support for the families and providers who care for them.