Developmental Milestones in the Preschool Years
Learn how to identify the developmental milestones a typically developing preschooler, ages three through five exhibits as he or she is growing. Developmental milestones covered include: gross motor skills, fine motor skills, speech and language skills, social-emotional skills, and age appropriate play skills. The presenters will also provide important red flags that indicate a possible delay or decline in developmental milestones which may warrant intervention. Classroom and home tips for facilitating a child’s development and advice for working with children displaying diverse forms of challenging/inappropriate behaviors will be shared and discussed throughout the presentation
This Workshop, led by an Occupational Therapist, Board Certified Behavior Analyst and Speech-Language Pathologist, will guide you in:
- Social and Play Milestones: What to look for in the preschool years
- Skill Development and Behavior: How Applied Behavior Analysis helps bridge the gap
- Typical developmental milestones for receptive, expressive, and pragmatic language skills in children ages three through five
- Learning the red flags pertaining to speech and language development to better understand possible deficits and delays in children three to five years of age
- A better understanding of sensory processing
- Obtaining information about motoric milestones for preschool aged children
Date: December 2, 2015
Location: North Shore Pediatric Therapy
4433 West Touhy Ave.
Lincolnwood, IL. 60712
*Only 30 tickets are available. If you do not get into this one, please email us to be put on the list for the next event.