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Communicating with Families About Developmental Concerns
language English

Course Learning Objectives

After completing this course, participants will be able to:
  • Identify the five major areas of development and typical developmental milestones by age group
  • Identify red flags for each age group
  • Identify three strategies to use when communicating concerns to families

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Includes:

schedule 1 Hour
star_outline 0.10 CEUs
computer 1 year unlimited access
verified_user Certificate of completion
face Early childhood training approval

Description

This 1-hour course is designed to help teachers learn more about developmental milestones, understand developmental red flags, communicate with families about development, and make appropriate referrals as needed.


Development of this course module was funded by the South Carolina Department of Social Services Division of Early Care and Education.