2019 Session Handouts

 

Monday – October 21, 2019
Time Presenter  Materials Location
8:45a – 9:15a Announcements & Welcome
9:15a – 10:15a

(60 min contact hrs)

KEYNOTE: 

R-E-S-P-E-C-T: Right to Emotional Support, Positive self-image, Empathy, Caring, & Time

Holly Elissa Bruno, MA, JD

 

The Neurobiology of Emotional Intelligence Using Our Brain to Stay Cool under Pressure

 

Broken into Wholeness

10:15a – 10:40a BREAK
10:40a – 12:10p

(90 min contact hrs)

Hearing Parents in Every Language:  Partnering with Families Unlike Your Own

Holly Elissa Bruno, MA, JD

At the end of the day

 

Hearing Parents in Every Language

Bon Secour 1

225 Classroom

Supporting Families of Children With or At Risk for ASD in Everyday Routines

Kimberly Tomeny, M.T., University of Alabama

Bon Secour 2

225 Classroom

Why Do Kids Misbehave?

Kathryn Pirkle, ED.S., AL Dept of Early Childhood Education

Challenging Behaviors Coach

Why Do Kids Misbehave?

Handout

Trainer Guide

why do kids misbehave and intervention strategies

Bon Secour 3

225 Classroom

Collaborative Consultation to Children’s Classrooms  (CC2CC)

Robin McWilliam, Ph.D., University of Alabama

Schooner

150 Theater

Young Children and Screen Time

Caliste Boswell Chong, MS, AL Partnership for Children

Screen Time

CCA screentime letter for families

Television and the Under 3 Crowd

Tips for Using Screen Media with Young Children

Mobile Bay 1-2

120 Theater

Children with Hypotonia (Low Muscle Tone)

Melissa White, PT, MS

Megan Carpenter, OTD, OTR/L, SCFES

Mobile Bay 3

120 Theater

Separating Fact from Fiction when Educating Preschoolers with Disabilities

Leslie Allen, Esq., Partner, Resolutions in Special Education, Inc.

Separating Fact from Fiction

HANDOUT

Grand Bay 1-2

100 Theater

Teaching Special Skills  (session repeated on Tuesday – same time)

Mindy Becker, Conscious Discipline Certified Instructor

Social Skills Convention Center

Room 201

12:10p – 1:30p LUNCH BREAK
1:30p – 3:00p

(90 min contact hrs)

Stewards of Children:  Identification and Prevention of Childhood Sexual Abuse – Pt 1

Jessica Davis, BSW

LIMIT TO 100

Bon Secour 1

225 Classroom

I Can Participate Too!  Solutions for the Inclusion of All Children in the Classroom (Make-and-Take)

Samantha Davidson & Miranda Lambert, UCP of Mobile CCEP Team

I CAN PARTICIPATE TOO! Bon Secour 2

225 Classroom

More than Frogs and Snails and Puppy Tails:  Understanding the Boy Brain

Joy Winchester

More Than Frogs, Snails and Puppy Dog Bon Secour 3

225 Classroom

Getting Ahead of the Routines-Based Home Visiting Curve

Robin McWilliam, Ph.D.,

Kimberly Resua Tomeny, M.T., University of Alabama

Schooner

150 Theater

Ethics: Early Childhood Professionals and Responsible Practice

Stacey Snead, Ph.D., IMH-E, Clinical Psychologist

Morgan Lane, MA, University of Alabama

Ethics

Reflective Parenting Techniques

Changing Tomorrow…One Child at a Time:  Building Relationships with Children and Their Parents

Beth Corum

Changing Tomorrow Mobile Bay 3

120 Theater

NICU/Medical Issues Impacting Developmental Outcomes for Early Intervention Services

for the High Risk Infant

Sheree York, PT, DPT, PCS

Elizabeth “Elisa” Kennedy, PT, PhD, PCS

Rene Sprague, RN, MSN

KimCaseStudy-17mos

transitioning nicu to home handout

Grand Bay 1-2

100 Theater

Conflict Resolution 0-5 (session repeated on Tuesday – same time)

Mindy Becker, Conscious Discipline Certified Instructor

conflict resolution Convention Center

Room 201

3:00p – 3:15p BREAK
3:15p – 4:15p

(60 min contact hrs)

Steward of Children:  Identification and Prevention of Childhood Sexual Abuse – Pt 2

Jessica Davis, BSW

LIMIT TO 100

Bon Secour 1

225 Classroom

Ooh Baby Baby:  Creating Inclusive Infant and Toddler Environments

Miranda Lambert, UCP of Mobile CCEP Team

Oooh Baby, Baby

Handouts

Bon Secour 2

225 Classroom

Accessing Services in Alabama for children with ASD

Deon Gatson, MA

RAN Flyer

ASD Flyer

Bon Secour 3

225 Classroom

How to Build Flexibility with Numbers for Preschool

Vanessa Hinton Ph.D., Auburn University

Math Fluency EI Conference Schooner

150 Theater

Reflective Parenting Techniques

Stacey Snead, Ph.D, IMH-E, Clinical Psychologist, University of Alabama

5 Basic Skills to Reflective Parenting

 

10 Guiding Principles to Reflective Parenting

Mobile Bay 1-2

120 Theater

Using Teleppractice in Early Intervention Service Delivery

Yusuf Akamoglu, Ph.D

Brad Bloomfield, Ph.D., University of Alabama

Mobile Bay 3

120 Theater

Legislative bills that affect disability

Bill Fuller, Attorney

Graham L. Sisson, Ph.D., J.D.

Grand Bay 1-2

100 Theater

Introduction to Conscious Discipline (session repeated on Tuesday – same time)

Mindy Becker, Conscious Discipline Certified Instructor

Introduction to Conscious Discipline Convention Center

Room 201





Tuesday – October 22, 2019
8:45a – 9:15a Announcements and Welcome
9:15a – 10:15a

(60 min contact hrs)

KEYNOTE:

Shift, Ignite, and P.O.W.E.R. Move to Success

Dr. Alisha “Ali” Griffith, AuD, CCC-SLP, CPC

10:15a – 10:40a BREAK
10:40a – 12:10p

(90 min contact hrs)

5 Communication Strategies to Connect with Parents of Children with Autism

Dr. Ali Griffith, Au.D, CCCSLP, CPC

Bon Secour 1

225 Classroom

Trust-Based Relational Intervention for Children Who Have Experienced Trauma (Pt 1-Introduction)

Natalie Balch, LICSW

Bon Secour 2

225 Classroom

Writing Really Useful Outcomes — Enough of Them and Measurable

Robin McWilliam, Ph.D., University of Alabama

Bon Secour 3

225 Classroom

Rising to the Challenge:  Facing Challenging Behaviors

Joy Winchester, DECE

Rising to the Challenge EI 2019 Schooner

150 Theater

Feeding for kids with sensory issues, food aversions, motor issues and strategies

Jennifer Bogdahn, M.S., R.D.N.

Shelley Donaldson, O.T.R./L

Maryann Wilkins, M.S., C.C.C./S.L.P.

Feeding for Kids Mobile Bay 1-2

120 Theater

Books in the Early Childhood Classroom: As easy as “ABC” (Attention, Behavior, Communication)

Julie Parks, M.S. CCC-SLP

Stephanie Frucci, M.S. CCC-SLP

Mobile Bay 3

120 Theater

Communication Choices: Parent Voices: Panel representing Deaf and Hard of Hearing

Myriah Dixon, Ed.D

Brooke Smith, AIDB

Communication choices – Parent voices  Grand Bay 1-2

100 Theater

Understanding Temper Tantrums

Elizabeth Montero-Cefalo, Conscious Discipline Master Instructor

Understanding Temper Tantrums Convention Center

Room 201

Teaching Special Skills

Mindy Becker, Conscious Discipline

Social Skills Convention Center

Room 202

12:10p – 1:30p LUNCH BREAK
1:30p – 3:00p

(90 min contact hrs)

Contemporary Influences on Children Today

David M. Finn, Ed.D., Samford University

AEIC 2019 Bon Secour 1

225 Classroom

Trust-Based Relational Intervention for Children Who Have Experienced Trauma (Pt 2- Connecting Principles)

Natalie Balch, LICSW

Bon Secour 2

225 Classroom

Building social engagement between children with ASD and their caregivers

Angela Barber, Ph.D., CCC-SLP

HANDOUT Bon Secour 3

225 Classroom

Transitioning from PART C to PART B

Dawn Frenette, Special SVCS Supervisor/Headstart – Baldwin Co. Board of Education

Jennifer Cook, Resource Coordinator

Rachel Harrison, Psychometrist

Felicia Carswell, M.Ed.

Transition for EI Conference Schooner

150 Theater

Set your Sight on Communication:  Strategies for professionals working with Children with Visual Impairments

Debbie Sanches, M.S. ECSE

Leighann Stratton, M.S. CCC-SLP

Mobile Bay 1-2

120 Theater

The Power of Ordinary Moments:  Building Emotional Intelligence

Joy Winchester, DECE

Power of Ordinary Moments Mobile Bay 3

120 Theater

A Music Therapist’s Approach to Early Intervention Home Visits

Karen Joly Collins, MT-BC

Emily Milam, parent

Elizabeth Walsh, parent

Karen Collins_Handout Grand Bay 1-2

100 Theater

Building the School Family to Help Turn Resistance into Cooperation

Elizabeth Montero-Cefalo, Conscious Discipline

Building School Family Convention Center

Room 201

Conflict Resolution 0-5

Mindy Becker, Conscious Discipline

conflict resolution Convention Center

Room 202

3:00p – 3:15p BREAK
3:15p – 4:15p

(60 min contact hrs)

Best Practices in Early Identification of Autism Spectrum Disorders

Sarah O’Kelley, Ph.D. (or)

Fred Biasini, Ph.D.

Bon Secour 1

225 Classroom

National and State Efforts to Improve the Quality of Life for Children with Complex Medical Conditions

Dr. A. Z. Holloway, MD

Dr. Katrina Trammell, MD

Vera Spinks, parent

National and State Efforts Bon Secour 2

225 Classroom

I Write, You Write, We All Write!

Sabrina Robinson, MA

Sarritha Scales, M.Ed. – Child Care Central

Bon Secour 3

225 Classroom

State Department of Education Preschool Updates

Stephanie Frucci, Ed.S., CCC-SLP

Denise Wilson, MA

Sheila Bolling, MA

EI to PK Updates Schooner

150 Theater

What I need from you is Understanding:  The importance of communication strategies

Tametria Conner Dantzler, MA

Mobile Bay 1-2

120 Theater

Alabama Hands & Voices Supporting Families of Children who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing Without Bias

Maria Katz

Jessica Havard

Supporting Families without Bias Mobile Bay 3

120 Theater

Healthy Hacks for Road Warriors

Estella Beavers, RN BSN CHC – Stellar Healthy Living

Healthy Hacks for Road Warriors

Health Hacks Handout

Grand Bay 1-2

100 Theater

Baby Doll Circle Time:  Innovative Strategies that Build Social and Neural Connections

Elizabeth Montero-Cefalo, Conscious Discipline

Baby Doll Circle Time Convention Center

Room 201

Introduction to Conscious Discipline

Mindy Becker

Introduction to Conscious Discipline Convention Center

Room 202




Wednesday – October 23, 2019
8:30a – 10:00a

(90 min contact hrs)

Storytelling with Impact:  The Challenge for the Next Decade of HIPPY

Staci Croom-Raley, JD, MS, CDFI, GCDF

Story Telling With Impact

Handout

Bon Secour 1

225 Classroom

Let’s talk about behavior! – A caregiver’s guide to understanding why kids are misbehaving and how to promote positive change

Kerrianne Webster, M.S., BCBA, LBA

Stephanie Remington, M.S., BCBA, LBA

TLT_EI Conference Presentation_handouts_ Bon Secour 2

225 Classroom

Classroom Management and Inclusion for Children with Special Needs

Janna Barncastle, M.A. Ed.S.

Mary Beth Frazer, MCD, CCC-SLP

Classroom Management and Inclusion of Children with Special Needs

Preparing-for-the-Pyramid

Con Secour 3

225 Classroom

Tips and Tricks with SNAP + Core First (AAC)

Elizabeth Stewart, ATP (or)

Patrick Brune, M.S. CCC-SLP

Tips Tricks and Techniques Schooner

150 Theater

STOP.  Collaborate and Listen!  Tools to Execute Inclusive Language Groups

Lori Skidmore, MCD, CCC-SLP

Jennie Baker

STOP! COLLABORATE AND LISTEN! Mobile Bay 1-2

120 Theater

Managing Family Engagement after Early Intervention

Debra Owens, Enterprise City School System

Joylee Cain, Enterprise City School System

Mobile Bay 3

120 Theater

Children’s Rehabilitation Service (CRS) Audiology Program: Taking Action to Change Tomorrow

Dr. Carrie Overschmidt, Au.D., CCC-A, F-AAA, CRS

Grand Bay 1-2

100 Theater

Reframing Tattling to Build Self-Regulation

Elizabeth Montero-Cefalo, Conscious Discipline Master Instructor

Reframing Tattling to Build Self-Regulation Convention Center

Room 201

10:00a – 10:20a BREAK
10:20a – 10:30a Final Instructions & Dignitary Convention Center
10:30a – 11:30a

(60 min contact hrs)

CLOSING SESSION:

Elizabeth Montero-Cefalo, Conscious Discipline Master Instructor

Convention Center