Introduction to Early Intervention
In this webinar, speakers Grace Talbot and Amina Shazib from EIP Department shared interesting information with the latest evidence-based interventions.
In this webinar, you will learn:
1. What is Early Intervention?
2. Is it the right choice for your child?
3. What is the difference between a nursery and an EIP setting?
The recent webinar featured two speakers, Grace Talbot and Amina Shazib, who are experts in the field of Early Intervention Programs (EIP). The webinar aimed to provide valuable insights into early intervention, its benefits, and how it differs from traditional nursery settings. The speakers shared their knowledge and experience in evidence-based interventions to help parents make informed decisions about their child’s development.
Objectives of the webinar:
-To provide an overview of early intervention and its importance in supporting children’s development.
-To discuss the evidence-based interventions used in early intervention programs and their effectiveness.
-To help parents and caregivers understand the benefits of early intervention and how it can positively impact their child’s growth and development.
-To clarify the difference between nursery and EIP settings, and how the latter is more tailored to meet the individual needs of children with developmental delays or disabilities.
-To provide parents and caregivers with the tools and resources to make informed decisions about whether early intervention is the right choice for their child.
About the Speakers:
Grace Talbot is a highly experienced Head of Inclusive Education Services with a deep understanding of child development. She holds a Master of Science in Psychology and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, Political Science, and Sociology. She also holds a PgCertificate in Speech Language and Communication Needs of Children and is certified in the Intensive Early Intervention and School Readiness Programme by Dr. Donia Fahim. She has training in ADOS2, SCERTS Model, FETAC Level 5 Childcare Studies, Level 1 Makaton, Early Start Denver Model, Attention Autism, and DIR Floortime 101 With over 9 years of experience in the UAE, she has expertise in child development, IEPs, early intervention, inclusion, accommodation and modification. She is particularly known for her great handling of behavior management among children in the inclusive education setting, and has a proven track record of creating positive and effective learning environments for all children. Her dedication and commitment to inclusive education has made her a respected leader in the field.
Amina Shazib holds a Master in Applied Psychology and a Postgraduate Certificate in Speech, Language, and Communication in Children. Amina is the Inclusive Education Services Deputy Supervisor at TDCC. She is certified in the Intensive Early Intervention and School Readiness Programme by Dr. Donia Fahim and trained in ADOS2, SCERTS Model, DIR Floortime 101, Colourful Semantics, and TEACH. With over 6 years of experience in inclusive education, Amina has expertise in classroom supervision, IEP development, early intervention, and evidence-based learning approaches. She is dedicated to supporting students with unique needs and their families.
We hope that the information shared in this webinar will help you better understand The Introdiction to Early Intervention and the ways in which it helps individuals who requires this service. If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to reach out to us.
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Thank you for your interest in understanding Early Intervention and we hope you find the webinar informative and valuable.