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The Nest series: Do milestones matter?
Many parents wonder if reaching age-appropriate milestones is important for their child to attend preschool… and the answer is ‘no!’ This webinar discusses how early childhood educators support children’s development, and connecting to support services if there are concerns about developmental delay.
We will explore:
- How early childhood education settings help children learn in a safe and supportive environment
- Developmental milestones as just one of many criteria in tracking children’s development
- Early childhood professionals’ training in identifying disability or developmental delay
- The early childhood education setting experience for children with disability or developmental delay
- Connecting with an Early Childhood Intervention (ECI) provider if there are concerns
Hear from our panel of professional staff and ask questions. The webinar is facilitated by Plumtree’s trained parent peer workers with lived experience in raising a child with disability.
For parents, family members and carers of children aged 2–6 years old.
Please note that this series is primarily targeted at parents; however, Early Childhood Professionals are also welcome to attend.
Join us online
Wednesday 21 July 2021, 7:30–8:30pm
RSVP by Sunday 18 July. If you would like after the RSVP closing day, please email Mana firstname.lastname@example.org
To get the best learning experience from this session, we encourage your involvement and interaction.
Further details will be provided closer to the date to all applicants. You will need a good internet connection to attend.
Participants are encouraged to attend all six topics of this webinar series, however, you are welcome to participate in only one or any specific topics.
If you wish to attend more than one webinar, please specify them in your registration. We will transfer your details to the other webinars you have chosen.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Mana email@example.com
The Nest series is developed by Plumtree and funded by the New South Wales Department of Education under the Start Strong Pathways initiative.