Tuesday, April 27
IPVA consists of five workshops. Objectives for each class are outlined below. Professional credits are available!
Wednesday, May 26
In this webinar we will take a deeper dive into how nature supports children's mental wellbeing including strengthened self-esteem and confidence, enhanced positive emotion and reduced negative emotion, stress reduction, restoration, social benefits, and resilience.
Wednesday, April 21
In this webinar, Dr. Martinez will discuss theories about the purpose of play, types of play, some of the relational, developmental and academic outcomes associated with play, and she will share ideas about how caring adults can encourage and promote play for children of all ages.
In order to mitigate the spread of the COVID-19 virus, we are moving our in-person workshops this spring to an online format or rescheduling them for the fall.
The Office of Continuing Studies at Stockton University is dedicated to enriching the lives of lifelong learners through courses, webinars, workshops and other innovative learning solutions focusing on personal enrichment, professional development and workforce training.
Drexel University’s Master’s and Graduate Certificate programs in Applied Behavior Analysis prepare you to better meet the needs of the growing population of persons with Autism Spectrum Disorders.
These evidence-based programs are designed for working professionals, including special education teachers, school psychologists, and social workers.
A draft bill unveiled this month known as the HCBS Access Act would require Medicaid to provide home- and community-based services to everyone who is eligible and establish a minimum set of services that states must offer.
If you want to be a better friend to people with disabilities, start by listening to what they have to say.
How to help girls build confidence based on what they can do, not what they look like
Despite the unprecedented challenges of the previous year, the Governor proposed a $44.8 billion budget that would help the State build back from the pandemic and enhance funding for essential services for the autism and intellectual and developmental disability (I/DD) community.
Gov. Phil Murphy signed a bill into law on Friday that requires NJ police to tell parents when their kids have marijuana.
A year after the coronavirus pandemic began, the Annie E. Casey Foundation finds that a historic drop in the size of the youth detention population at the beginning of 2020 did nothing to reduce the already huge racial and ethnic disparities in who gets detained.