2015 New York Statewide Infant & Toddler Conference Information



2015 New York Statewide Infant & Toddler Conference Brochure

 (Conference Schedule at a Glance)


Keynote Address

Awards Dinner and Celebration


2015 Statewide Infant Toddler Conference Participants List

Lunch and Learn


1.  Breastfeeding Friendly Child Care Centers and Homes 

      • New York State Department of Health Breastfeeding Promotion Program: Breastfeeding is win-win. It helps both mothers and babies stay healthy. It is so good that the U.S. Surgeon General recommends that babies be fed only breast milk for the first six months of their lives, and continued breast milk for at least the next 6 months.  For much more information please follow the link: https://www.health.ny.gov/community/pregnancy/breastfeeding/ 


2.  The Center on the Social and Emotional Foundations for Early Learning                        (CSEFEL)


3.  Community Playthings Professional Development Resources 


4.  Devereux Early Childhood Assessment (DECA) Program

5.  Developmental Screening Campaign  



  6.  Early Head Start Resources


  7.  NYS Office of Mental Health Early Recognition, Coordination & Screening

       Initiative - Coming Soon

  8.  Infancy Leadership Circles Project


  9.  Infant Mental Health Association NY's Greater Capital Region - Coming Soon

10.  New York State Parenting Education Partnership – Coming Soon

11.  Preventing Child Abuse and Neglect (PCAN) Curriculum & Training

12.  Program for Infant / Toddler Caregivers (PITC) – Coming Soon

13.  Ready to Read: Using PBS Kids to Promote Early Learning– Coming Soon

14.  Touchpoints in New York 


Day 1                    

Training of Trainers

EcoHealthy Child Care or Oops! I Thought It Was Safe for Kids PowerPoint


Everyday Activities for Parents Playing with Children


Early Brain Development:  The Impact on Social Emotional Health   


Supporting the Parent-Child Relationship through Early Literacy


Trauma Informed Practice - Coming Soon


New York State Campaign for Continuity– Coming Soon


Day 2


 Core Curriculum Modules

 Promising Practices

Child-Parent Psychotherapy at Work with Families in the Child Welfare System


Circle of Security Parenting: Equipping Parents, Educators, and Caregivers to Help More Children Thrive in Life


The Sanctuary Model and Home Visiting - Andrus PowerPoint


Reflective Supervision  


Group Attachment Based Intervention (GABI)  


Promoting Integrative Behavioral Healthcare for Young Children and Families: Future Directions in Primary Care 


Infants and Young Children in Child Welfare Systems 


Infant Toddler Resource Network Handout