“Merging Developmental Neurobiology and Practice”
Friday, October 28, 2011 at the DCU Center, Worcester, MA
If you haven’t already marked your calendars be sure to do so as, believe it or not, fall is rapidly approaching and so is the 15th Annual Great Beginnings Conference!
Since 1997, Criterion Child Enrichment and the University of Massachusetts Department of Communication Disorders have hosted Great Beginnings, an annual conference designed to offer advanced training of current interest and relevance to experienced professionals in the fields of early intervention, early childhood education, family support and allied pediatric health care.
James A. Blackman, MD, MPH, Medical Director of the Cerebral Palsy International Research Foundation who will provide this year’s Keynote Presentation, “The Role of Genetics in the Nature and Nurture Interaction: A New Understanding”.
Workshop presentations will address the interactive relationship between nature and nurture, genetic counseling, service intensity and motor outcomes, stress, parent-child interaction and supporting family functioning, and the neurobiology of trauma and attachment.
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