February 13, 2019 09:30 AM to 12:30 PM

Working with children who are medically fragile can be a bit intimidating or darn right scary – especially for a provider who is new to the field. If you aren’t sure how to help children in your program who are considered “medically fragile” and you’re ready for some guidance, answers and support, then this talk is for you.


Here’s just a glimpse of what you’ll learn…

  • The #1 Secret to Truly Helping These Kids and Making the Biggest Difference
  • 3 Keys to Successful Home Visits
  • Overcome Your Fears and Feel Confident to Work with This Unique Population


About Denise:

For over 30 years Denise Carbon has been a Special Needs Expert working with thousands of children with various special needs, developmental delays and behavioral issues. With her Master’s degree in Early Childhood Special Education, Denise helps young children make progress in ALL areas of development and creates hope for families. Stanford Children’s Hospital hand selected Denise to run their High-Risk Infant Development Clinic, where they monitored the development of the sickest babies coming out of the Intensive Care Nurseries and beyond. She has trained hundreds of professionals on how to best provide home-based Early Intervention and Developmental Services to children with special needs and delays, specializing in this population of children who are medically fragile.


This training is open to First 5 partners, therapeutic and related service providers, and parents! Certificates are available upon request, indicating hours earned against the Infant-Family Early Childhood Mental Health Guidelines.

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