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Bradley’s Foundations  course offers high quality professional development for front line providers across multiple disciplines and who work in various community sectors serving infants, toddlers, and families. Professionals who work with or care for infants, toddlers, and their families, take responsibility for helping young children grow into healthy, productive, emotionally-secure adults. In our homes, we know that a weak foundation destabilizes the entire structure—and that repairs grow more costly and extensive over time. The brain works the same way. The earliest interactions with others determine the health of a baby’s mind, body, behavior, and relationships for the rest of life. The Foundations course emphasizes why it’s important to work to support healthy social emotional development from the start. The course includes 16 computer-based learning modules in three sections: Infant/Toddler Development; Relationships as the Context for Development; and Supporting Infant/Toddler Development--Approaches to Individualization. The Foundations course is aligned with workforce competency standards, and serves to fill a gap in professional development opportunities available to the infant toddler workforce. Read More

Bradley’s Foundations  course offers high quality professional development for front line providers across multiple disciplines and who work in various community sectors serving infants, toddlers, and families. Professionals who work with or care for infants, toddlers, and their families, take responsibility for helping young children grow into healthy, productive, emotionally-secure adults. In our homes, we know that a weak foundation destabilizes the entire structure—and that repairs grow more costly and extensive over time. The brain works the same way. The earliest interactions with others determine the health of a baby’s mind, body, behavior, and relationships for the rest of life. The Foundations course emphasizes why it’s important to work to support healthy social emotional development from the start. The course includes 16 computer-based learning modules in three sections: Infant/Toddler Development; Relationships as the Context for Development; and Supporting Infant/Toddler Development--Approaches to Individualization. The Foundations course is aligned with workforce competency standards, and serves to fill a gap in professional development opportunities available to the infant toddler workforce. Read More

Each of the following modules contains three commentaries which focus on topics in pediatric social emotional development, treatment, practice, provider training, research or public policy.  The commentaries originally appeared in the The  Brown University Child and Adolescent Behavior Letter. Integrated care promotes professional communication by Gregory Fritz, MD The financing of integrated care by Gregory Fritz, MD Screening for behavioral and emotional problems in primary care by Gregory Fritz, MD Read More

Each of the following modules contains three commentaries which focus on topics in pediatric social emotional development, treatment, practice, provider training, research or public policy.  The commentaries originally appeared in the The  Brown University Child and Adolescent Behavior Letter. Integrated care promotes professional communication The financing of integrated care Screening for behavioral and emotional problems in primary care Read More

Each of the following modules contains three commentaries which focus on topics in pediatric social emotional development, treatment, practice, provider training, research or public policy.  The commentaries originally appeared in the The  Brown University Child and Adolescent Behavior Letter. Managed care and psychiatric treatment:  Insurance companies, not patients or their doctors are in charge by Gerald Tarnoff, MD Medicaid needed to help children and babies affected by opioid crisis by Anne Walters, PhD Telephone triage for mental health care:  Neither reimbursed nor free by Kathleen Donise, MD Read More

Each of the following modules contains three commentaries which focus on topics in pediatric social emotional development, treatment, practice, provider training, research or public policy.  The commentaries originally appeared in the The  Brown University Child and Adolescent Behavior Letter. Managed care and psychiatric treatment:  Insurance companies, not patients or their doctors are in charge by Gerald Tarnoff, MD Medicaid needed to help children and babies affected by opioid crisis by Anne Walters, PhD Telephone triage for mental health care:  Neither reimbursed nor free by Kathleen Donise, MD Read More

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