2017 – Early Intervention in Natural Environments: Putting Theory into Practice

Early Intervention in Natural Environments: Putting Theory into Practice

Oct. 25 – 27, 2017 – a follow up to 2016 – enhancing family & child functioning in the child’s natural environments.

Note: Space is limited for Routines Based Model workshops by Cami Stevenson so register early!

CLICK HERE for the brochure. You can download or print it.

TO REGISTER: You must create an account. Click on REGISTER.  If you wish to purchase a membership in OAICD, proceed. If you want ECRTNO membership, in the top menu, click on  Membership Registration and choose ECRTNO Individual or Institute.  Memberships and Conference registration will take 2 payments unless you opt for Cheque payment. Proceed to payment.

If no membership is desired, Click on Conferences then on Register.

ECRTNO and OAICD are excited to announce we are offering a joint learning institute for professionals working in the field of early intervention this year, entitled Early Intervention in Natural Environments: Putting Theory into Practice.

This collaboration will allow our two associations to deliver a dynamic skill-building institute that will be sure to provide enriching professional development as well as offering many opportunities for our members to expand their professional networks.

The learning institute will be taking place October 25 – 27. Stay tuned for more information by “liking” OAICD and ECRTNO on Facebook.

See you in the fall!

DAY 1 – October 25, 2017

  • 8:30am to 10am – Registration & Refreshments – Grand York Foyer
  • 10am to 12pm – Welcome and opening Keynote Dr. Jean Clinton – Grand York A
  • 12pm to 1pm – Lunch – Grand York Foyer
  • 1pm to 4pm – A1: Cami Stevenson: Introduction to Routines Based Model (RBM) followed by Cathy Saul & Mary Brumwell on EIS York experience – Grand York A
  • 1pm to 4pm – A2: Dr. Ted Vokes: Change Management – Grand York B
  • 1pm to 4pm – A3: Rachel Teplicky & Laura Turner, CanChild: Young Children’s Participation and Environment Measure (YCPEM) – Grand York C
  • 4:15pm to 5:30pm – Facilitated information sharing – Grand York ABC

 

DAY 2 – October 26, 2017

  • 8am to 9am – Breakfast, Posters & Vendors set up – Grand York Foyer
  • 7:30am to 8:30am – Registration – Grand York Foyer
  • 9am to 12pm – B1: Cami Stevenson: Routines Based Model(RBM) – Grand York A
  • 9am to 12pm – B2: Mary Stuart: Supportive Guidance – How to Move Beyond Behaviour Management (audience – all) – Grand York B
  • 9am to 12pm – B3: Shelley Moore: Designing for a Range of Abilities – Success for All Students – Grand York C
  • 9am to 12pm – B4: Nancy Cohen & Fataneh Farnia: Handle With Care (teaser from Hincks Dellcrest) – King City
  • 12pm to 1pm – Lunch & Posters, Vendors, Exhibits – Grand York Foyer.
  • 1pm to 4:30pm – C1: Cami Stevenson: Routines Based Model(RBM) – Grand York A
  • 1pm to 4:30pm – C2: Mary Stuart: Supportive Guidance – How to Move Beyond Behaviour Management (audience – child care) – Grand York B
  • 1pm to 4:30pm – C3: Shelley Moore: Supports for Some, Supports for All – Grand York C
  • 1pm to 4:30pm –C4: Dr. John Cairney & Dr. Anthony Levinson: Special Needs Strategy – King City
  • 4:30pm to 5:30pm – OAICD Annual General Meeting – Grand York B
  • 4:30pm to 5:30pm – ECRTNO Annual General Meeting – Grand York C

 

DAY 3 – October 27, 2017

  • 7:30am to 8:30am – Registration – Grand York Foyer
  • 8am to 9am – Breakfast, posters & vendors – Grand York Foyer
  • 9am to 12:30pm – D1: Cami Stevenson: Routines Based Model(RBM) – Grand York A
  • 9am to 12:30pm – D2: Dr. Wendy Roberts, Dr. Jessica Brian, Erin Dowds: emergent ASD in infants and toddlers – Grand York B
  • 9am to 12:30pm – D3: Melanie Dixon: Interprofessional Collaboration – Grand York C
  • 12:30pm to 1:30pm – Lunch – Posters, Vendors, Exhibits – Grand York Foyer.
  • 1:30pm to 2:30pm – Closing Keynote: Tina Szymczak – Grand York A
  • 2:30 to 3:00pm – Wrap up: closing remarks, draw door prizes – Grand York A
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