Join Erikson faculty and staff at Head to Toe: The Midwest Interactive Infant-Toddler Conference™ on June 1.
The conference, which is hosted by the Chicago Metro Association for the Education of Young Children, brings together more than 500 professionals in infant-toddler early care and education.
Visit the conference website for the complete session details and to register.
Sessions presented by Erikson faculty and staff
Infants, Toddlers, and iPads, Oh My!
This highly interactive and engaging session will identify concerns and help professionals and parents make intentional and appropriate choices about if and how to use technology with infants and toddlers.
Amanda Armstrong, Program Coordinator, TEC Center, Erikson Institute
Chip Donohue, Ph.D., Dean, Distance Learning and Continuing Education, and Director, TEC Center, Erikson Institute
Family Needs Assessment
This session will provide you tools for early intervention, including how best to identify and assess family needs and support the resulting family outcomes. Using two interview processes, you will also develop strategies for establishing and maintaining effective parent-professional partnerships.
Pamela Epley, Ph.D., Professor, Erikson Institute
Dr. Larry Gray, M.D., Board Certified Behavior and Developmental Pediatrician
Dr. Gray of the University of Chicago Medicine Comer Children’s Hospital focuses on the behavioral and developmental issues of infants and young children, with a special emphasis on infant stress and self-regulation.
Larry Gray, M.D., Medical Director, Center for Children and Families, and Medical Director, Fussy Baby Network, Erikson Institute