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Division for Early Childhood's 37th Annual International Conference on Young Children with Disabilities and their Families

Join the Division for Early Childhood for a two-part Special Federal Event on September 20th, 2021! This two-part event is free to attend. Everyone, conference attendees and non-attendees alike, please register to attend live OR register to receive the recordings.


DECs 32nd Annual International Conference on Young Children with Special Needs and Their Families

The 32nd Annual International DEC Conference will be held in Louisville, Kentucky. This year's conference theme, "A Winning Trifecta: Knowledge, Implementation, and Evaluation of DEC Recommended Practices," features leading experts from around the world in early intervention, early childhood special education, and related disciplines. Our conference program is designed to develop the skills and knowledge of those who work with or on behalf of young children with special needs and their families.


International Society on Early Intervention Conference

Ulf Janson, to whom this conference is dedicated, devoted much of his professional life to promoting the rights of young children with disabilities, understanding the nature of social inclusion, and advocating for the full inclusion of all children and their families. In this conference, early intervention is proposed as a basic right of all vulnerable children, and will be explored from many perspectives.


Screening Infants and Young Children for Neuromotor Delay. Do You Know What to Look For?

This session will provide an overview of the guidelines for developmental surveillance and screening outlined in the clinical report Motor Delays: Early Identification and Evaluation (Pediatrics, June 2013). An overview of the Identifying Children with Motor Delays Algorithm for surveillance and screening will be provided. At the end of the session attendees will be able to implement improved motor screening as part of anticipatory guidance and well child care. Specific examples will facilitate recognition of the signs and symptoms of various types of muscular dystrophies.
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