Diamond 8

Perinatal Substance Exposure: Opioid & Substance Use & CARA Federal Law Implementation

Speakers
Ann Anderson Berry, M.D., Ph.D.
Audience Level
Intermediary
Session Track
Young Child Development
Room
Diamond 8

We will discuss current recommendations for identifying opioid use and substance use disorders in the perinatal population. Review best practices for support of the family and requirements and recommendations for reporting and developing plans of safe care for mother and infant. This work will be framed with the goal of supporting the mother and infant and working to provide support to the family during the process.

Intended Audience

All health care and social support professionals who interact with pregnant women and young families are encouraged to attend.

Early Childhood & Assistive Technology: Tips & Tools to Support Young Children

Speakers
Kim Bowen Stacey Hauser, M.A.
Audience Level
Foundational
Session Track
Young Child Development
Room
Diamond 8

Do you work with children birth to age 5 in a home-based environment or classroom who are receiving IFSP or IEP services? Do you know what Assistive Technology (AT) is and why it is important for very young children? Do you struggle with how to consider AT or write it into a child's plan if it is needed? Did you know there are supports available to you right here in Nebraska to help you with your AT needs?

Perinatal Substance Exposure: Opioid & Substance Use & CARA Federal Law Implementation

Speakers
Ann Anderson Berry, M.D., Ph.D.
Audience Level
Intermediary
Session Track
Young Child Development
Room
Diamond 8

We will discuss current recommendations for identifying opioid use and substance use disorders in the perinatal population. Review best practices for support of the family and requirements and recommendations for reporting and developing plans of safe care for mother and infant. This work will be framed with the goal of supporting the mother and infant and working to provide support to the family during the process.

Intended Audience

All health care and social support professionals who interact with pregnant women and young families are encouraged to attend.

CAPTA Referrals: Creating Your Own Narrative to Cultivate Client Relationships

Speakers
Jenna Koperski‐Bohn, M.S.
Audience Level
Foundational
Session Track
Early Education
Room
Diamond 8

A CAPTA referral comes in and the family is not interested. Why? What can you do? What might you say to the family? Let’s get back to the basics.

Intended Audience

EDN Services Coordinators, EDN providers, and home visitors.

Early Childhood & Assistive Technology: Tips & Tools to Support Young Children

Speakers
Kim Bowen Stacey Hauser, M.A.
Audience Level
Foundational
Session Track
Young Child Development
Room
Diamond 8

Do you work with children birth to age 5 in a home-based environment or classroom who are receiving IFSP or IEP services? Do you know what Assistive Technology (AT) is and why it is important for very young children? Do you struggle with how to consider AT or write it into a child's plan if it is needed? Did you know there are supports available to you right here in Nebraska to help you with your AT needs?