This federally-funded program provides interdisciplinary training to professionals and graduate students serving young children (birth to five years) with developmental disabilities and their families. A network of over 400 participating institutions includes day care, Head Start, and preschool programs; social service agencies; child protection and legal services organizations; hospitals and medical centers; and universities. Training activities include an annual series of lectures and workshops, as well as, community-based workshops, presented by an interdisciplinary faculty of clinician educators. Training emphasizes psychosocial risk, as well as, developmental disabilities.
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