siskin HOME VISIT TRAINING INSTITUTE
SEPTEMBER 25-29, 2017
SISKIN CHILDREN'S INSTITUTE
This training is a 5-day professional development event designed to provide participants with a hands-on training in using a routines-based, family centered model for home visits. Training will include a combination of interactive workshops, demonstration videos, observation, role play, and guided practice of a home visit as well a real time coaching. Don't wait! Only 10 spots are available for this high-quality, hands-on training. Apply Today! Applications due August 14.
At Siskin Children's Institute, we know you are dedicated to serving families in the best manner possible. To help you, we've put together a team of top-notch presenters and home visitors for a training event that will teach you how to:
♦ Use a family-centered approach, ensuring families are engaged in the home visit
♦ Address functional child level skills within daily routines
♦ Address family level needs
♦ Plan for the time between visits when intervention actually occurs
This was the best hands-on training I have received, I feel completely prepared to go back and start using what I have learned.Carolyn, Rhode Island
Suddenly it all makes sense now, this has been such a wonderful and eye-opening experienceRosario, Nashville, TN
ABOUT SISKIN'S HOME VISITING PROGRAM
Siskin's Home & Community-Based Early Intervention program is the leading Early Intervention program in the State of Tennessee using an evidence-based model to effectively serve families. Currently, the program serves 305 children each week in their natural environment, using tools and techniques developed at Siskin Children's Institute that demonstrate a routines-based model and focusing on family engagement.
Amy Jenkins is the Director of the Home & Community-Based Early Intervention program at Siskin Children's Institute. She helped create the Siskin Home Visit Institute in 2015. Amy has been certified in the Routines-Based Interview since 2010 and supervises one of the leading programs in the state of Tennessee. Amy provides training, consultation and technical assistance to agencies across Tennessee and in other states.
Deidra Love serves children with challenging behaviors, autism and severe learning difficulties and their families by providing behavioral consultation to professionals including early interventionists, therapists and preschool/daycare teachers in the state of Tennessee.