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Canceled - Pyramid Model - Individualized Intervention

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Agency: CESA 7
Agency Contact: Nancy Misfeldt
Agency Assistant: Christine Larson 920-617-5628
Location: CESA 7
595 Baeten Rd
Green Bay, WI 54304
Facility: Meeting Room A
Date/Time:
5/12/2020 09:00 AM - 04:00 PM Canceled -Check in at 8:30 AM
5/13/2020 08:30 AM - 03:00 PM Canceled -Check in 8:00 AM

This professional development program provides content and resources to support the use of evidence-based problem solving to develop individualized social and emotional interventions for children ages 18 months to 8 years. 

Content addresses the “Intensive Intervention” tier of the Pyramid Model, and offers a concrete process to guide teams to create behavior support plans that address the function of behavior.   Additionally, content will address the critical need to support adults to attune and reflect to build and maintain relationship necessary to implement a plan effectively.  Specifically, this program will emphasize the intersection between function-based intervention and infant and early childhood mental health consultation.

Intended Audience

This program is designed for people who facilitate teams that create and sustain individualized support for young children who exhibit behavior that challenges ( e.g. home visitors, Head Start education directors/consultants, Birth to 3 teachers/therapists, early childhood special educators/therapists, school psychologists, infant mental health consultants or therapists). 

Objectives
Community partners who support adults to support young children will:

1. Increase their understanding of key teaching and guidance practices promoted by the Pyramid Model

2. Review considerations for gathering information needed to intentionally plan and create effective interventions

3. Practice creating intervention plans that include 3 essential elements:  preventions, instruction, alternative responses

4. Explore elements of supporting adults in the teaming process needed to plan, create, support implementation and monitoring interventions

5. Summarize the role of reflection inherent throughout the process of planning, creating, implementing and monitoring interventions

6. Determine necessary next steps to promote these practices within their system and community

This workshop is facilitated by Julie Betchkal, WI Pyramid Model Coordinator and Ashley Bowers, IMH Clinical Coordinator

Space is linited to 30 paritipcants - register early

COST: $70 (Includes lunch, materials, and copy of Prevent, Teach, Reinforce for Young Children)

For content questions contact Julie Betchkal at jbetchkal@wiaimh.org

Due to changing policies in many of our CESA 7 School District accounting offices, CESA 7 requests that all workshop fees be paid in advance with a check or purchase order. If it is not possible for you to secure payment from your school district prior to the workshop, we suggest that you pay personally and request reimbursement from your school district. Receipts will be available. CANCELLATIONS: Cancellations must be faxed (920-492-5965) or e-mailed five (5) working days prior to the date of the event. We are unable to provide refunds for no shows. DIETARY ACCOMMODATIONS: Due to varied dietary restrictions, CESA 7 cannot guarantee that all special dietary accommodations can be met. CESA 7 makes every effort to accommodate basic dietary restrictions with advance notice, but please plan accordingly. PHOTO/VIDEO: By registering for this event, I authorize CESA 7 to record on photograph, film, videotape or otherwise, my name, likeness, image, voice and performance during my participation in this event. My name, likeness, and voice, as well as excerpts of the recordings may be used for training, publicizing, and promoting. To opt out of the image release, attendees must notify the contact person for this event.