The Screen Scene is a 3-part live podcast series where they'll talk about the ins and outs of early childhood screening, discussion, referral, and follow-up for developmental/behavioral concerns, maternal depression, and social determinants of health. During this series, you'll hear about the importance of family-centered care and how having an effective screening process supports healthy child development. Their experts will also share implementation tips from their own clinical work so that you'll feel more confident in having conversations with families and creating a workflow that fits the needs of your practice.
Join them for our second chat when they'll discuss the importance of family-centered care in early childhood screening processes for developmental/behavioral concerns, maternal depression, and social determinants of health. They'll talk about the importance of shared decision-making in discussing referrals and making action plans, and the conversation techniques that can facilitate effective communication and relationship-building.
Check out the other live podcasts in The Screen Scene series:
- Screening and Surveillance: September 6, 12PM PT
- Referral, Follow-up, and Partnership Building: Date/Time TBD
The Screen Scene is presented by the American Academy of Pediatrics' Screening Technical Assistance & Resource (STAR) Center. The STAR Center offers free, individualized assistance to those seeking to initiate or improve the early childhood screening process in their practice or health care system.