Learn the Signs. Act Early. Diversity ECHO

Learn the Signs. Act Early. Diversity ECHO will engage participants in the 4 steps of early identification: parent engaged developmental monitoring, developmental screening and assessment, referral, and services provided. The focus will promote best practices, resources and supports in culturally and linguistically minoritized (CLM) populations. 

Join us for a month-long kickoff during August to prepare for school to start by joining our FREE weekly 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.

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Contact Us

Phone: (435) 890-5768
Email: EarlyECHO@usu.edu

Register for LTSAE Diversity Session Recordings Coming Soon!

Session Date Expert Presenter Topic
August 1, 2022            Michele Villalobos          Health Disparities in Developmental Screening and Identification in Young Children
August 8, 2022 Janel Preston 4 Steps of Early Identification and Revised CDC Milestones
August 15, 2022 Christina Ledezma Cultural Considerations in Early Social-Emotional and Behavioral Development
August 22, 2022 Jason Fox Improving Engagement and Education Around Early Childhood Development with Hispanic/Latinx Families