The Home Visiting ECHO is a virtual learning network intended for professionals to interface with a team of experts in Alaska. This series is focused on answering questions related to home visiting in a virtual setting, parent/child interaction, keeping mental health a priority, home visiting screenings, interpersonal violence (IPV), and establishing a safe professional environment during this critical time.
Each session will include a brief presentation followed by Q&A, and guided discussion or case presentation as an integral part of your learning experience.
This series has 6 sessions that are scheduled on the 3rd Tuesday of the month at 10:30 am from Feb to June. This series will meet twice in June.
Who should join this ECHO series?
- Home Visiting Professionals
- Early Intervention/Infant Learning Program
- Families with home visiting experience
The following continuing education units are available at no cost:
- Nursing Contact hours
- Alaska SEED Training hours
- Foster Parent Training hours
This activity is jointly provided by the Alaska Nurses Association, State of Alaska DHSS Division of Public Health and the UAA Center for Human Development. This activity is supported by the Alaska Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting (MIECHV) Program. Grant Number: X10MC33564.
Submit a question, comment, or case presentation at: https://form.jotform.com/220330560265142