An Assessment System: The Infant Toddler Developmental Assessment (IDA)

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Date: Thursday, March 7, 2013 – Friday, March 8, 2013

Course #: W375

Time: 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.

Cost: $300

Credit Available: 1 CEU; 10 SWCEUs; Approved by Illinois Early Intervention Training Program for 10 contact hours in the area of Assessment

Description:

In this two-day session, participants will learn to administer the Infant-Toddler Developmental Assessment (IDA), an approved EI tool in the state of Illinois, as well as in many other states. The IDA is more than simply a test of a young child’s development. The IDA is a series of phases that when synthesized together help to create a full picture of a child in the context of family, health, and developmental variables, and seeks to embrace the complexity of a child’s development. Participants will learn the six phases of the IDA with emphasis on learning to conduct the Provence Profile, which is the developmental assessment phase of the IDA. This popular workshop often inspires lively discussion regarding early intervention systems, best practices, and other topics and issues currently debated in the field of early intervention.

Instructors:

Jennifer Rosinia, Ph.D.

Rosinia has more than 25 years of experience in pediatric occupational therapy. A specialist in serving the needs of children birth to age three and their families, she also has extensive experience working with school-aged children and young adults. An Erikson alumna, she holds a master's degree in early childhood education and a doctorate in child development. Her expertise is in neuroscience with a particular interest in sensory processing, the role of emotions, and the impact of relationships on the developing child. She enjoys a national reputation as a speaker and consultant. She is president of Kid Links Unlimited, Inc., a company whose mission is to link theory to practice, parents with professionals, and kids with their optimal potential.

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