Social Emotional Development in the Early Years: Understanding Social Emotional DevelopmentDate: June 18, 2015Time: 11am-12:30pm EasternLocation: Social Emotional Development in the Early Years: Understanding Social Emotional DevelopmentCreative Commons Licensing [Flickr, Mi Nene-October 4, 2013] Jenna Weglarz-Ward, M.Ed., and Kimberly Hile, M.Ed., will discuss the importance of social emotional development and lifelong outcomes for young children with disabilities. Weglarz-Ward and Hile will discuss specific topics including: 1) Evidence-based outcomes for young children with disabilities related to achieving developmental milestones, school and academic success, and developing life skills, 2) Social emotional developmental milestones for young children birth to five years, 3) Cultural, ethnic, racial, and linguistic influences and variations on milestone achievement, 4) Impact of disability on milestone achievement, 5) Typical challenges for children with disabilities, and 6) Parent coaching strategies to support parents’ facilitation of their children’s social emotional development.MFLN FD Early Intervention webinars offer CE Credits through the Early Intervention Training Program (EITP) at the University of Illinois. To find out further information, click here. The EI team is actively pursuing more CEU opportunities in states other than Illinois. Please check back frequently to the webinar Learn Event web page to receive updates on our progress. Access to the webinar Learn Event page can be found, here.For more information on future presentations in the 2015 Family Development webinar series, please visit our professional development website or connect with us via social media for announcements: Facebook & Twitter.