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Live Coach2Coach
Friday, November 12, 2021, 12:30 PM - 2:00 PM PDT
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Live Coach2Coach

Water Can

with Stacey Landberg, M.S., CCC-SLP
Friday, November 12 | 12:30pm - 2:00pm

Researchers and experts in the field of early intervention repeatedly find that most early interventionists do not have specific training and knowledge related to best practice patterns for the provision of family-centered services as mandated by Part C of IDEA. These workshops describe and present evidence and demonstrations for using best practices in early intervention, more specifically: using everyday activities and routines as a context for family-centered early intervention. Participants gain an understanding of how to implement coaching strategies and routines-based practices into their virtual and in-person home-visits through video modeling of real home-visits, reflection, and problem solving.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Describe key characteristics of caregiver coaching and routines based intervention
  • Discuss at least three specific coaching strategies (e.g. reflection, problem solving, observation, feedback).
  • Identify two ways to effectively use video modeling and review with families
  • Identify at least 2 resources for obtaining more information for additional learning related to best practices in early intervention

Register through IDA
IDA member $30 | Non IDA member $40

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CE Hours: IDA - Nursing/PT/Speech and Language | 1.5 hours $15

Stacey LandbergStacey Landberg, M.S., CCC-SLP
Speech Language Pathologist
Stacey has devoted her career to supporting communication and connection between young children and their caregivers. She has worked in the homes of hundreds of families across southern

California and she has guest lectured across the United State to early childhood specialists. Stacey is in her 16th year of professional practice as a speech-language pathologist.

She is a 2019 graduate of the Leadership Excellence in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities Fellowship at USC/CHLA.

Currently Stacey's work is primarily focused on interdisciplinary early intervention and dissemination of best practice patterns related to coaching and routines-based intervention.