Young Child Learning!
We offer Professional Development Opportunities for ALL Early Childhood Professionals. Learn and grow with us! Young Child Learning carries on the tradition of the Young Child Expo and Conference, rated a Top 5 Early Childhood Conference in the US.
FREE FALL WEBINARS
> 10/19/23 - Understanding Early Childhood SPED Programs: Referrals, Issues, & Solutions, Jennifer Samboy
> 11/2/23 - How Sensory Perception/ Movement Impact Young Childrens Autonomous Learning, Tommaso Lana
> 11/9/23 - Fostering Early Literacy in the Classroom & Treatment Room with Story Time, Sheneatha Frison
What People Have To Say
NDT for the NeuroAtypical Child (5/5)
2-Day Workshop, Dr. Tina Weisman
"I loved this course! I enjoyed all course material, instructors were very helpful and made learning fun."
"Great beginning instruction to the world of NDT. Appreciated hearing the excellent clinical reasoning of the professionals leading this workshop."
Addressing Parents' Fears Webinar (4.8/5)
Webinar, Dr. Scott Mesh
"Dr. Mesh's honest, reliable and charismatic sharing of knowledge in early childhood intervention was extremely helpful. His presentation provided our teachers with authentic advice that was realistic yet optimistic. His enthusiasm towards helping children and families is truly contagious. It was my great privilege to have Dr. Mesh share his decades of experience with us."
Understanding Early Childhood Special Education Programs: Referrals, Issues, and Solutions (4.7/5)
Webinar, Jennifer Samboy, LMSW
"It was an informational workshop even for me who have been in the field for 29 years. It helps us guide the families we serve in the right direction in obtaining services for their child at a young age when is most important. Thank you for this webinar!"
Addressing Parents' Fears of Early Childhood Special Education
Presented by Dr. Scott Mesh, Author of "A Practical Guide to Early Childhood Assessment," Early Childhood Psychologist, CEO and Co-founder of Los Niños Services
Informed by his more than 25 years of working with young children, parents, and his own personal experience, Dr. Mesh will share how to move from challenging to constructive conversations using words that work.
We Offer CEUs!
Teachers (NY CTLE)
Speech Language Pathologists (ASHA)
School Psychologists (NASP)
ABA Therapists (BACB)
Social Workers (NYSED SW & ASWB)
Occupational Therapists (NYSED OT)
Physical Therapists (NYSED PT)