Webinar—Identifying Red Flags for ASD Related to Social Communication in Infants, ToddlersPrint This Post
Better Brains for Babies (BBB) invites you to participate in its spring webinar on the topic of autism spectrum disorder (ASD), a developmental disorder that affects communication and behavior, Monday, March 25, 2019, 2 – 3 p.m. Eastern.
The session will look at typical social communication in infants and toddlers and help you better identify differences and delays in social communication.
This beginning-level webinar is intended for professionals who work with or care for young children, support families with young children, and are seeking foundational knowledge related to child development and the brain.
Presenter Naima Bond, M.Ed., is a community interventionist at the Marcus Autism Center where she coaches professionals in the community on strategies to work with infants and toddlers who are diagnosed with ASD or who present red flags. She has been in the field of early childhood for more than 20 years specializing in young children with special needs and currently serves as a BBB advisory board member.
How to Attend the Webinar:
- The webinar uses the Zoom platform. To join the session, go to zoom.us/j/162677935. No registration is required.
- A certificate of attendance will be emailed to interested participants who attend the entire webinar live and then complete a request for a certificate within 24 hours. Instructions for requesting certificates are provided at the end of the webinar for those who do complete the entire session.
- A recording of the web conference and copies of the presentation slides will be available at bbbgeorgia.org/BBBwebinars.php a few days after the session. You also may watch the recording on the BBB channel on YouTube.
If you have questions about the webinar, send them to [email protected].
To learn more about Better Brains for Babies, visit the BBB website.