Please Save the Date of April 19th from 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm for a free Town Hall Dinner event hosted by First 5 San Bernardino(F5SB) and the American Academy of Pediatrics- Chapter 2 (AAP)!
We will be exploring “Best Practices in Developmental Screening” and look forward to hearing from such partners as the AAP-Chapter 2, Inland Regional Center, Inland Empire Health Plan (IEHP), San Bernardino County Department of Behavioral Health (DBH) with SART, the Inland Empire Autism Assessment Center of Excellence (AACE) and Loma Linda University Children’s Hospital with Help Me Grow. We would love for you and your staff to join us! Our expected audience is physicians, administrators, occupational therapists, physical therapists, family, health care and community resource specialists, etc.
A dialogue amongst partners that addresses new and innovative approaches to conducting developmental screenings, integrated behavioral health services and even transformative practice will be so beneficial to us all as well as our children and families. It is going to be an exciting, informative evening – please do join us!
Dr. Edward Curry, President AAP CA – Chapter 2 – WELCOME
Karen Scott, F5SB Executive Director, Welcome and Overview
Dr. Elliott Weinstein, Pediatrician and First 5 SB Commissioner – Private physician perspective on Early Screening and “What To Do Next When You Find Something”
Dr. Priya Batra, Medical Director for Family and Community Health -IEHP, the latest and greatest in developmental screenings strategies and AB 11 perspective
Edyth Gallardo, Early Start Program Manager and Federal Regulations Specialist, Inland Regional Center -“Take a Minute Campaign” under the State Systemic Improvement Plan focusing on tools and screening and the social and emotional outcomes for children.
Mary Joseph-Bacon, Intake Program Manager, Inland Regional Center – “Lanterman Act for ages 3 and up” – referral process and new online application process
Dr. Marti Baum – Autism Center of Excellence- the connections, the partnerships, the outcomes, collective impact and practice transformation related to Developmental Screenings
Loma Linda University Children’s Hospital, Perinatal Institute, – Help Me Grow, a simple solution that helps families, child health care providers, early care and education providers, and human service providers to recognize early signs and assists when needs are identified in finding programs designed to address those needs, reducing confusion and time for parents and providers.
LOCATION: First 5 San Bernardino |