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RIAIMH Community Conversation Series 2020-5 & Annual Meeting Celebrating Babies


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  • Free to the public and members
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  • Free to students. Must be undergraduate student with a valid college email address.
  • Free to students. Must be undergraduate student with a valid college email address.
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Community Conversation Series 2020-5
RIAIMH's Annual Meeting Celebrating Babies

October 19, 2020


Developmental Touchpoints: 
Strengthening Connections with Families

Casey Ferrara
Meeting Street

This session will review the framework of the Brazelton Touchpoints model. It will review parent perspectives on early development, parenting principles, and how these can be applied in our work with families. This framework offers strategies to engage families, open conversation, and strengthen connections with families in their time of need.

This is especially critical in these stressful and uncertain times.

Early Education, Social Work and Nursing CEUs pending

Annual Meeting Celebrating Babies

Examining the Wellbeing of RI’s Young Children through a Racial Justice Lens: RIght from the Start Advocacy Campaign
Susan Dickstein

Leanne Barrett and Kaitlyn Orona

Rhode Island KIDS COUNT

Presenters will go over racial and ethnic disparities data for Rhode Island’s children and provide an overview of the RIght from the Start Advocacy Campaign to improve state policies and budgets that will help to address these disparities.

We celebrate RIAIMH's accomplishments, our connections and our role as advocates.

We learn how we can be BIG VOICES for babies.

RIAIMH sponsors and supporters:



Funding for Community Conversation Series 2020 is provided in part by The Behavioral Health Fund at the Rhode Island Foundation,  RI Department for Children, Youth and Families and RI Department of Health.  
We are grateful for the continued support from Rhode Island College and Children’s Friend.

To see all upcoming Professional Development Opportunities, see our Calendar.

RIAIMH is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.

RIAIMH is a founding member of the Alliance for the Advancement of Infant Mental Health.

RIAIMH is an affiliate of the World Association for Infant Mental Health.

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