Spotlight on Health and Safety

September 27: Children with Disabilities and Inclusive Environments

Wednesday, September 27, 2023
10:00 AM - 12:30 PM (PDT)
Zoom Link

Join EveryChild California and special guest speakers from WestEd for a rich training and discussion on developing diverse learning opportunities for children with identified learning needs. 

Together, we will explore:

  • Best Practices for including children with disabilities or delays 

  • Core elements of an inclusive early learning environment

  • Strategies for program accommodations and modifications to help a child meet their individualized needs 

  • Tools, templates, and resources from the Supporting Inclusive Early Learning umbrella include Beginning Together: Caring for Children with Disabilities or Delays in Inclusive Settings; California MAP (Making Access Possible) to Inclusion & Belonging; and the CA Teaching Pyramid.

Level Up Your Health and Safety Practice by Attending the Full Quarterly Spotlight Series

Spotlight on Children with Disabilities and Inclusive Environments is the first in our new quarterly webinar series on health and safety.

Recommended for all types of programs, this series is designed to provide research-based information, practical tools and resources that support high quality early care and education programming for children birth through school age.

These trainings are valuable for both administrative and site level staff, including lead teachers and program support staff. Registered attendees will have access to event recordings and resources for 30 days following each webinar.

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EveryChild CA Members - $129 (per session)
Non-Members - $199 (per session)

EveryChild California is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Your registrations support our mission to inspire and educate leaders of early learning and care programs.