Child Health & Behavior Supports – Professionals

Child Health & Behavior Supports

Child Behavior Supports

  • Are you struggling to meet the unique behavioral needs of a child?
  • Would you like help creating a plan to promote success at home, school, or in a community setting?

Contact Early Childhood Services at The Resource Exchange: 719.577.9190

For more details, view the flyer.

Child Health Resources

Schedule a Dental Bus!

Dental care and education and is very important to the well-being of young children. If you would like to schedule a Dental Bus to come on-site at your center to provide dental care and education for your children, please contact Evon Myers at Peak Vista. Parents do not need to be present for children to receive care, but consent is required – see documents below. Please consider printing these forms and having parents fill them out at registration or during conferences.

Evon Meyers
Vice President of Dental Operations
Peak Vista Community Health Centers
719.344.7048 Direct Line
719.459.7907 Mobile
Evon.Meyers@PeakVista.Org
www.PeakVista.org

Brought to you by Peak Vista and Ronald McDonald House Charities.

Dental Education

If you would like to provide dental education to children at your center or site, please contact Nancy Green for more information:

Nancy Greene, Denta Quest
303.349.9439| nancy.greene@dentaquest.com


Pyramid Plus Approach Training

For information on the availability of Pyramid Plus training, click here.

At El Paso Pyramid Plus (EPPP) our mission is to educate our community on the value of social-emotional health in our youngest children and to promote high quality early childhood experiences through training and coaching for professionals and families through the Pyramid Plus Approach.

Why the Pyramid Plus Approach Model?
The Pyramid Model for Supporting Social Emotional Competence for Infants and Young Children is a positive behavioral intervention and support framework that early educators can use to promote young children’s social and emotional development and prevent/address challenging behavior.

In classrooms where the Pyramid Model was implemented, there were significant improvements in children’s social skills. Target children, children with persistent behavioral challenges, showed statistically significant decreases in challenging behavior.
(Hemmeter, Fox, & Snyder, 2013; Hemmeter, Snyder, Fox, & Algina, 2011)

Alliance for Kids has developed two options for Early Care and Education programs and Family Child Care Homes to participate in the Pyramid Plus project:

  • Attend a community training and receive coaching support during the training process.
  • Make a greater commitment to become an Implementation Site and receive supports to embed coaching, data collection/analysis and the ability to sustain the knowledge of the Pyramid Plus Approach in their program.

For more information on El Paso Pyramid Plus, please contact:
719.634.8045

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