June 12, 2024 4:00 PM to 5:30 PM

By attending this webinar, participants will leave with a better understanding of how to harness the power of everyday materials and activities to foster development in children aged 0 to 5 years old. Led by Michelle E. Oliver, this session will delve into innovative approaches to early intervention and family support. Explore how simple, everyday activities can become powerful tools for nurturing children’s development and fostering meaningful connections. Discover practical strategies and creative techniques for leveraging common household items to create engaging learning experiences. Say goodbye to expensive toys and hello to a world of endless possibilities for enriching children’s lives right from the comfort of home. Register now and embark on a journey of discovery and empowerment!

In this webinar, you will:
-Explore engaging activities utilizing inexpensive materials readily available at home.
-Uncover the educational potential in everyday household activities like cooking and crafting.
-Learn how to implement early intervention strategies using common household items.
-Be empowered with the knowledge that as a caregiver you don’t need to invest in expensive toys to facilitate your child’s development.

Meet the presenter:
Michelle Oliver, MS, ECSE is a Developmental Specialist and Early Start Consultant. She has worked in the field of Early Intervention since 1998. She has been a Teacher/Home visitor, Program Consultant, and Director. Her preference is working directly with families and providing ongoing support to others in the field. She has presented at conferences, serves on our States Interagency Coordinating Council for Early Intervention, serves on the Board of the Infant Development Association, and is also an Instructor for an Educator Preparation Program.

This Zoom webinar series is offered for FIRST 5 Partners and other local professionals such as Early interventionists, Social Workers, Home Visitors, Childcare and Preschool providers, Family Resource Center staff, Therapeutic Service Providers, and Parents too! This webinar will be presented in English.

Funded by a generous grant from FIRST 5 Santa Clara County

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