Monday, July 18, 2016

Parents Interacting With Infants Workshop in Appleton

Be sure to consider this professional development opportunity hosted by OWLS.

Parents Interacting With Infants (PIWI): Supporting Infant-Toddler Development Through Parent-Child Interactions

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Wednesday, August 17, 2016 - 10:00am to 4:00pm at the Appleton Public Library
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The PIWI training focuses on strategies and resources to enhance the social-emotional development of infants and toddlers through parent-child interactions that support competence, confidence and positive relationships.

OWLS will provide training binders and lunch at a cost of $5.00. It will be a working lunch.

Sandy Ellis developed Prevention Solutions, LLC, providing training, consultation and coaching, after over 18 years of experience in child abuse prevention and neglect. A member of Home Visiting Master Cadre training and consultation focused on Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect, Sandy's training repertoire includes a variety of Home Visiting curricula, Healthy Families America home visiting model, Basic Skills for Home Visitors, ASQ and ASQ:SE developmental assessment tool, Pyramid Model Teaching Strategies, HFA Parent Survey and Family Team Meeting model of practice.

Karen Apitz, NE Region Collaboration Coach Wisconsin Early Childhood Collaborating Partners, has over 20 years of early childhood experience in classroom teaching, administration, home visiting, parent education, and professional development training.

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