ND PROJECT SCOPE
TRAINING SERIES
A National Training Initiative
North Dakota Center for
Persons with Disabilities
Minot State University
FREE training sessions to educate those who work with young children on the impact of the opioid crisis.
PROJECT SCOPE
2022 TRAINING SERIES:

Purpose: to build nationwide provider capacity and confidence in applying evidence-based practices in screening monitoring, and interdisciplinary support for children and families diagnosed with Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS).

Virtual Format: ND SCOPE uses ECHO® interactive video technology to connect community providers with training and content experts via Zoom.

Sessions: A series of 9 interactive cohort calls, 1-hour each designed for participants to attend all nine sessions

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SESSION REGISTRATIONS ARE OPEN NOW!
DATES: January 20th - May 12th, 2022
TIME: All sessions 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Please click below to register for each session you wish to attend.
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Project Scope Series 2022 Learning Topics

List of Learning Topics and Dates:

Session 1- Thursday, January 20th, Introduction to the Opioid Crisis: Addiction & Treatment
Presenter: Mark Schaefer, VP Northern Territory Community Medical Services

Session 2 - Thursday, Feb. 3rd, Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome
Presenter: Malinda Kragh, North Dakota Center for Persons with Disabilities

Session 3 - Thursday, Feb. 17th, Trauma, Addiction and Health and Frameworks for Understanding and Reacting to Emotions and Behaviors of Trauma-exposed Children
Presenter: Tamara Waters-Wheeler, Morton-Sioux Special Education Unit

Session 4 - Thursday, March 3rd, Having Difficult Conversations
Presenter: Dr. Melissa Naslund, Center for Family Medicine, Minot, ND

Session 5 - Thursday, March 17th, Monitoring Child Development and Linking to Services
Presenter: Alysha Grosse, North Dakota Center for Persons with Disabilities

Session 6 - Thursday, March 31st Trauma, Substance Exposure and Language Development
Presenter: Dr. Ann-Beste Guldborg, North Dakota Center for Persons with Disabilities

Session 7 - Thursday, April 14th, Trauma, Substance Exposure and Sensory Concerns
Presenter: Dr. Rebecca Foster, North Dakota Center for Persons with Disabilities

Session 8 - Thursday, April 28th, Substance Exposure and Sensory Concerns
Presenter: Chelsey Reiter, MS,OTR/L, Trinity Health

Session 9 - Thursday, May 12th, Models of Care and Social Determinants
Presenter: Bev Anaele, ND Dept. of Health
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Certificates of Attendance: Participants will receive certificate of participation credits calculated by your completion of evaluation/survey responses for each live session attended.
Professional Development Social Work CEU's Participants will receive one CEU credit calculated by your completion of evaluations/survey responses for each live session attended.