9 Module Online Training for Home Visitors-featuring an Introduction to Infant Mental Health Module
The online learning modules developed through the Innovation Grant are now available for all
These are the final versions of the modules which have been adjusted thanks to the feedback received from CT home visitors. They include videos, printable tip sheets, handouts for families, web-resources, and self-care articles. The modules are available in a learning management system called CourseSites. Once you open CourseSites, you will need to create a user account (a quick and free process)
How to access:
- Ensure that you are using a supported browser – either Chrome, Edge, Firefox or Safari.
- Complete a quick, one-time registration process and create a username and password in Blackboard CourseSites.
- You will receive an email message with instructions. Once you have ‘student’ status, you will be able to access the modules at any time. Click here to get started!
There are a total of 9 modules, including:
- Infant Mental Health
- Supporting Parents With Cognitive Limitations
- Talking With Families About Safe Sleep
- Family Play and Infant Development
- Family Play and Toddler Development
- Communicating With Families
- Trauma-Informed Care
- Talking With Families About Nutrition
- Moving Early, Staying Healthy (Promoting Physical Activity)
All of the modules will also soon be available in Spanish.
This project was developed for the Connecticut Office of Early Childhood by the Center for Early Childhood Education in collaboration with the Connecticut Distance Learning Consortium (CTDLC). The development of this work was supported by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) under the Maternal, Infant and Early Childhood Home Visiting Innovation grant (# UH4MC30743). The modules are licensed as Open Educational Resources, which means there are only a few restrictions on how they can be used and those are listed here: https://creativecommons.
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