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  • Strategies to Help You Engage and Interact with Your Child

    www.freetoolbox.org www.profectum.org

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  • 2 Parent Toolbox Workbook

    Dedicated to All children, parents

    and their families May each day bring joy and shared moments

    that deepen and enrich your relationship

  • Strategies to Help You Engage and Interact with Your Child 3

    Table of ContentsOur heartfelt Thanks ...........................................................................................................................................pg 4

    Profectum Parent Toolbox Faculty Presenters ........................................................................................ pg 5

    Welcome ..................................................................................................................................................................pg 8

    Step 2 ......................................................................................................................................................................pg 14

    Step 2: Webcast 10 ....................................................................................................................................... pg 15

    Step 2: Webcast 11 ......................................................................................................................................... pg 18

    Step 2: Webcast 12 ....................................................................................................................................... pg 26

    Step 2: Webcast 13 ....................................................................................................................................... pg 38

    Step 2: Webcast 14 ......................................................................................................................................pg 46

    Step 2: Webcast 15 ....................................................................................................................................... pg 52

    Step 2: Webcast 16 ...................................................................................................................................... pg 62

    Step 2: Webcast 17 .......................................................................................................................................pg 69

    Step 2: Webcast 18....................................................................................................................................... pg 78

    Step 2: Webcast 19 ...................................................................................................................................... pg 87

    Step 2: Webcast 20 .....................................................................................................................................pg 96

    Acknowledgments ..........................................................................................................................................pg 100

  • 4 Parent Toolbox Workbook

    Our heartfelt Thanks...This webcast series is based on the work of

    Stanley I. Greenspan, MD and Serena Wieder, PhD

    And, has been made possible by a Grant from the

    John & Marcia Goldman Foundation

    Special appreciation to...

    Celebrate the Children School and Exceptional Minds Studiofor their contributions to this series

    Laura Baldwinfor her support and editorial expertise

    Profectum faculty and sta!

    ...and to each and every family who allowed us to enter their lives, join their journey and videotape their progress and who then went

    the extra mile to allow us to share these moments with you.

  • Strategies to Help You Engage and Interact with Your Child 5

    FACULTY PRESENTERS

    Sherri Cawn, MA, CCC-SLPClinical Director of Cawn-Krantz and Associates Developmental Therapies Sherri Cawn,M.A.,CCC-SLP, clinical director of Cawn-Krantz and Associates Developmental Therapies ( with locations in Chicago and Northbrook,Il) , has over 40 years of clinical pediatric experience specializing in the assessment and treatment of infants, toddlers, and school-age children. She is a leading practitioner of the DIR/Floortime model in speech and language development and conducts trainings other professionals throughout the US and overseas on the concepts of this model.

    Sherri is the author of the self study DVD/Manual on the Assessment and Intervention of DIR/Floortime produced by the American Speech and Hearing Association in 2011

    and the self study DVD on the Assessment/Intervention of Developmental Language(2013). In addition, she is a co-author of Language Disorders chapter in the Diagnostic Manual for Infancy and Early Childhood.

    Sherri is a senior faculty member of the ICDL DIR FT; the Profectum(DIR/FT) Academy Online Training Program and adjunct faculty at the Erikson Institute. She received her graduate and undergraduate degrees from the University of Illinois.

    Monica G. OsgoodExecutive DirectorCelebrate the Childrens founder, Monica G. Osgood, is an experienced behavioral consultant and therapist who specializes in using developmental approaches to support children with autism and other di! erences in relating and communicating. She is also Founder and Director of the Developmental Center for Children and Families and Executive Director and a founding member of the Profectum Foundation. Monica has worked in homes, therapy centers, and private and public school settings for over 20 years. Some of her experience has included assessment and the development of intervention programs, curriculum and IEP development, and parent and professional training.

    In 1998 Monica created the fi rst public school program with the Developmental Individual Relationship-based (DIR model) approach as the core philosophy. In 2000 she was the fi rst educator to join the Senior Faculty of the Interdisciplinary Council on Development and Learning(ICDL) to provide interdisciplinary training in the DIR Model. During her time with ICDL Monica served as Faculty for all of their yearly training institutes, spoke at many of their conferences and had the opportunity to work closely and collaborate with Drs. Greenspan and Wieder to further develop the DIR Model in school settings. In 2004, she collaborated with Lauren Blaszak to open a state-approved, DIR Model school for children ages 3-21 in Denville New Jersey now serving over 70 school districts and 130 families.

    Additional accomplishments include many speaking engagements at conferences and participation in television, radio and newspaper interviews across the USA, Wales, Ireland and Amsterdam. Monica has appeared on Welsh Channel 4 and BBC1 documentaries, sharing the DIR model approach with British parents and professionals. Monica and the Celebrate the Children school were featured in a TIME Magazine cover story in May of 2006. She serves on the Advisory Board for 3LPlace and the National Advisory Council for The Centers for Exceptional Children . Monica also serves on the Economic Development Advisory Council and the Sustainable Economic Development Plan Steering Committee for her local Town Council. Finally, she collaborated with twice Grammy nominated childrens artists Dan Myers and Brady Rymer on an album and music video celebrating diversity in children with all abilities released April 2011.

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    Ricki G. Robinson, M.D., M.P.H. Ricki Robinson, M.D., M.P.H. is co-director of Descanso Medical Center for Development and Learning in La Canada, California and a Clinical Professor of Pediatrics at the Keck School Medicine of USC. She has been in private pediatric practice for nearly forty years, specializing in children with autism and developmental delays for over twenty-fi ve years.

    Dr. Robinson received her M.D. degree in 1973 from the University of Southern California. She trained in pediatrics at Childrens Hospital Los Angeles, having served as Chief Pediatric Resident for CHLA in 1976. She is Board Certifi ed in Pediatrics. In 1988 she received her MPH from the University at Berkeley School of Public Health.

    She has been actively involved in the fi eld of autism since 1990, developing multidisciplinary educational and medical programs for children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and devoting endless hours in education, legislation and research e! orts on a national level. Dr. Robinson has been at the forefront of leading grassroots Autism organizations. She was a founding board member of Cure Autism Now (now Autism Speaks), The Floortime Foundation, and Profectum Foundation. She also co-chaired the annual ICDL Conferences (Interdisciplinary Council on Developmental and Learning Disorders) and since 2013 has co-chaired the Profectum International Conference in Pasadena CA. She was a member of the Autism Speaks Scientifi c Review Panel for over eight years. Dr. Robinson organized and chaired the fi rst nationally recognized task force to defi ne the standard of care for clinical trials in autism. The results of this outstanding e! ort were published in CNS Spectrums (January 2004, Vol. 9, #1).

    Dr. Ricki (as her patients fondly call her) brings her extensive experience to Profectum Foundation serving as Medical Director and devoting her e! orts to providing multi-disciplinary education and training for parents, families and professionals working with individuals with ASD and other developmental delays across the lifespan.

    A nationally sought-after expert, she has appeared on the Today Show, The Talk, Larry King Live and Good Morning America Health in support of the needs of children and families with Autism Spectrum Disorders. She is an internationally recognized speaker addressin

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