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Promoting Early Childhood Development and Wellbeing with the Early Years Check-In and Play & Learn

Thu, Feb 11, 2021 · 1:30 PM · Eastern Time (US & Canada)
About This Webinar

Join Dr. Anthony Levinson and Kalpana Nair, PhD from McMaster University as they discuss the Early Years Check-In (EYCI) and its companion web-based resource, Play&Learn. Designed for parents of children 18 months to 6 years of age, the EYCI helps parents quickly identify any concerns they may have about their child’s development across four domains: social and emotional, language, movement, and thinking and learning. The EYCI can be used as a discussion aid to foster dialogue about early child development between parents and practitioners providing early years services, creating opportunities to build relationships as well as provide education and support to parents to foster their child’s development.

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Associate Professor, John R. Evans Chair in Health Sciences Educational Research, and Director of the Division of e-Learning Innovation at McMaster University
Dr. Anthony J. Levinson is an expert in online learning and technology-enhanced knowledge translation. He has extensive experience with the design, development, implementation, dissemination and evaluation of consumer health education resources and e-learning. Since 2008, Anthony has provided leadership for the development of online learning tools and resources for healthcare professionals, early years professionals, and the public related to Ontario’s Enhanced 18-Month Well-Baby Visit and the Developmental Surveillance Initiative for the Ministry of Children, Community, and Social Services. He maintains an active clinical practice in the area of medical psychiatry with a special interest in neuropsychiatric disorders.
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Research Associate in the McMaster School of Nursing
Kalpana Nair co-led the Developmental Surveillance Initiative and oversaw the development, testing, and implementation of the Early Years Check-In. Kalpana has extensive experience in qualitative research methods, program implementation and program evaluation. She has worked on a range of projects and programs in the areas of primary care, early childhood development, and, more recently, cardiovascular nursing.
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