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Routines Based Intervention and Coaching in Early Intervention

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301 East Del Mar Boulevard

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Pasadena, CA 91101

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COURSE DESCRIPTION: Researchers and experts in the field of early intervention repeatedly find that most graduate programs fail to provide clinicians with knowledge and experience on best practice patterns for the provision of family-centered services as mandated by Part C of IDEA. Without these learning opportunities, many practitioners working in early intervention find themselves reliant on traditional, child-centered therapy practices. CA is one of many states currently undergoing a Statewide Systematic Improvement Plan (SSIP) to improve outcomes for young children with special needs. One top-down approach for improving early intervention involves pairing experts in specific fields (e.g. physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, child development), with caregivers (the experts on their own child), and integrating the best available research in order to shift from child-focused therapy to family-centered intervention. This presentation will describe the evidence, the challenges, and the practice of using everyday activities and routines as a context for family-centered early intervention. Attendees will leave with an understanding of where routines-based intervention falls within the larger framework of family-centered services and how to implement this model successfully. Several tools will be shared in order to help clinicians begin using routines-based principles and strategies immediately.

SPEAKER BIO: Stacey B. Landberg, M.S., CCC-SLP is a Speech-Language Pathologist, an Early Intervention Specialist, a National Guest Speaker, and a Media Mentor in her 14th year of professional practice. Her areas of expertise include routines-based intervention, caregiver coaching, autism spectrum disorders, play development, and supporting caregivers of today’s “generation alphas.” In 2012 Stacey developed TOT TALK, a peer-interaction and parent support group, which has received grant-funding since 2012. Stacey earned an early intervention credential from Illinois in 2006 and ASHA’s Award for Continuing Education in 2017 for her dedication to lifelong learning. She is a certified member of the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association and a member of the Infant Development Association of CA. Some of her formal trainings include Hanen’s More Than Words program, The SCERTS Model, PECS, and Family Guided Routines Based Intervention (FGRBI). Stacey received her Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Redlands and her Master of Science degree from Florida State University. Stacey has provided home-based, family-centered early intervention in Los Angeles since 2006. She participates in meetings with a local Community of Practice for SSIP implementation at her regional center (ELARC, Cohort 1) and she has development numerous consultations partnerships with L.A. based organizations such as Child360, ZeroToThree, HEAR Center, & Center for Developing Kids. Stacey is a sought-after guest speaker on the topics of routines-based intervention, autism, and screen-time.

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