Supporting Interactions for Children with Disabilities or Suspected Delays: Webinar

National Center on Early Childhood Development, Teaching, and Learning

Watch the archived recording.

Learn how to better support peer and adult-child interactions for children with identified disabilities or suspected delays. Explore how social and emotional competence is key to early learning outcomes for all young children.

Topics include:

Evidence-based practices that support inclusion

Strategies and practices that facilitate children’s interactions with adults and peers

Resources on sensitive and responsive interactions with children who have identified disabilities or suspected delays

Target audiences:

Head Start disability coordinators, directors, and education managers

Mental health consultants

Education staff supporting children with disabilities