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You’ve done the developmental screening. Now it’s time to discuss the results with families. The Development is a Journey Conversation Roadmap can help. In this virtual 3-hour, interactive workshop, we’ll show you how to use the Roadmap’s seven simple steps to engage parents and other caregivers in understanding and planning for their child’s developmental needs. You’ll learn how to use the Roadmap’s strategies for honoring families’ knowledge of their child and engaging in collaborative conversations – especially when providers and families have different opinions about the child’s development. 
Did you know? The Centers for Disease Control, American Academy of Pediatrics, and California Training Institute are sharing the Brazelton Touchpoints Center’s Conversation Roadmap as a resource for productive conversations with parents and caregivers about developmental screening and surveillance.

This workshop provides live Spanish translation, closed captioning,
and a certificate of attendance.

Group registration is available and can be done online! Learn how here.

Live Interactive Webinar:
Thursday, June 22, 1–4 PM ET / 10 AM – 1 PM PT

Registration Fee:
  • Regular rate: $85
  • BTC Learning Network Member rate: $80 (Learn about joining the BTC Learning Network here.) 
Questions? Contact us today!
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The Brazelton Touchpoints Center (BTC) provides professional and leadership development, organizational learning and change, and research and evaluation for family-facing professionals in pediatrics, early childhood, infant mental health, children's libraries and museums, home visiting, child welfare, and other fields. BTC is home to the Touchpoints Approach, the Brazelton Institute (Newborn Behavioral Observations system and Neonatal Behavioral Assessment Scale), the Indigenous Early Learning Collaborative, Family Connections, the Family-to-Family Real Talk Series, and the BTC Research and Evaluation team. At BTC, we are dedicated to creating a lasting community in which equity, diversity, inclusion, belonging, and access thrive.