Early ECHO is a knowledge-sharing, virtual learning community of practice for Part C early interventionists from Mountain West regional states (Utah, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, and North Dakota). Early Childhood ECHO increases the capacity of early childhood professionals to identify and implement best practices in areas that include early literacy, transitions, behavior support and identification, and referral detection. Network participants include case managers/family service coordinators, general educators, home daycare providers, paraeducators, related service providers (OTs, PT, SLPs, etc.), school administrators, school directors, school counselors, school psychologists, social workers, special educators, state agency staff and all others interested in improving outcomes for students in the early childhood setting.
FREE monthly professional development for Early childhood workforce, early childcare providers, early intervention, Early Head Start and Head Start teams, developmental specialists, early childhood special educators, service coordinators, speech language pathologists, physical and occupational therapists.
|Session Date||Expert Presenter||Topic|
|January 4, 2023||April Litchford||Feeding Part 1: Solutions to Picky Eating|
|February 1, 2023||Pat Boyle||Feeding Part 2: Typical Feeding Development Birth to Three|
|March 1, 2023||Kait Bennington||Feeding Part 3: Practical Strategies|
|April 5, 2023||Panel of Family Members||Family Experiences Navigating the Autism World|
|May 3, 2023||Ashley Stuart||Behavior Part 1: The ABC's of Behavior|
|June 7, 2023||Ashley Stuart||Behavior Part 2: Preventing Challenging Behavior|
|July 5, 2023||Kassidy Reinert||Sleep Part 1|
|August 2, 2023||Rachel Gilbert||Sleep Part 2: Foundations of Sleep|
|September 6, 2023||Ashley Stuart||Autism Part 1: What Autism Looks Like in Toddler Years|
|October 4, 2023||Deborah Bilder||Autism Part 2: URADD|
|November 1, 2023||Kirsten Aalberg||Autism Part 3: Physical Activity in Autism|
|December 6, 2023||Justin Benson||Autism Part 4: Communication and Autism|