Check Your Child’s Early Development?
Free, online interactive site that any parents/primary caregivers of young children, ages birth to 72 months, can use to check a child’s development.
Anonymous, confidential, easy. Complete one or two easy online questionnaires and receive copies of the questionnaire(s), results, recommendations for next steps and play & learning activities. Parent-learning links to popular non profit sites, resources for families in Oregon and all Early Intervention-Early Childhood Special Education contacts are also listed.
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“Great Start! Parent Empowerment Training Series: An interactive four-part training kit intended for families with children receiving early intervention/early childhood special education.” -From the FACT Oregon website.
This is a four part series designed to help the parents of children with disabilities to find resources and understand that “disability is a natural part of the human experience.” Each module explores the topic in easy-to-understand language, and includes videos of families telling their stories, links to important handouts, and online resources. CLICK HERE or go to http://factoregon.org/events/online-learning-opportunities/ to learn more
Early Childhood CARES offers many parent trainings and fun family events throughout the school year. Some of the events include; sign language workshops, behavior management trainings, and autism support groups. Please visit the calendar by CLICKING HERE or going to http://earlychildhoodcares.uoregon.edu/trainings-and-events/