Course Description

This course builds on previous child development courses for a detailed examination of the development of infants and toddlers. Students explore applications of developmental theory to identify and assess infants and toddlers, including those who may benefit from early intervention. Family empowerment intervention models are studied for all families with infants and toddlers. Cultural and economic contexts are stressed to assure responsiveness to diverse family models.


Prerequisites: (CLD 231 and CCLD 342) or ( Direct Entry and CCLD 342)

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