Podcast: Inclusion Matters

Inclusion Matters is a podcast produced by CICC. Early childhood experts discuss a wide array of important topics for early childhood professionals.

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Questions from a First Time Parent (Part 1)

Questions from a First Time Parent (Part 1)

Inclusion Matters hosts Cindy Croft and Priscilla Weigel begin a 3-part series sharing conversation with a young mom, Kimberly, who is first-time parent of a toddler. She asks the hosts questions about development, screen time, sleep, bedtime and nap routines, and mealtimes. Cindy and Priscilla share their answers using information from the latest research and they also share resources that can provide listeners with more information.

(Length: 15:48)
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Help Me Grow part 2: When I make a referral, what happens next?

Help Me Grow part 2: When I make a referral, what happens next?

Join Cindy Croft and Priscilla Weigel as they continue their discussion with Jayne Cox-Lindsey, Early Childhood Referral and Intake for Moundsview- Roseville-White Bear Lake School Districts. Jayne shares with our listeners the next steps that occur once a child enters the Help Me Grow referral process. An example of a referral success story is shared by Jayne which points out the collaborative process that create success for a child and a family.

(Length: 13:29)
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Help Me Grow part 1 What is it and when should I refer a child?

Help Me Grow part 1 What is it and when should I refer a child?

Join Cindy Croft and Priscilla Weigel as they talk with special guest Jayne Cox-Lindsey, Intake and Resource Specialist, Early Childhood Referral and Intake for Moundsview-Roseville-White Bear Lake School Districts. Jayne shares information of the roll of Help Me Grow in our state, the referral process, who should be referred, and why child care providers are a critical piece of the early intervention process.

(Length: 15:45)
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When Concerns Arise: Answering the Common Questions Providers Have When They Have a Concern About a Child's Development

When Concerns Arise: Answering the Common Questions Providers Have When They Have a Concern About a Child's Development

Join our guest host, May Lee Yang as she shares in Hmong the answers to three of the most common questions asked when there is a concern about a child’s development. May will share the steps that are essential to create a positive conversation with families as well as tips for setting up the conversation using observation and documentation.

(Length: 20:57)
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Markuu Soo Siyaado Walaac: Jawaab celis ku saabsan wixii su'aalo ah oo daryeeluhu ka qabo tuhun ama walaac ku saabsan koriimada ilmo uu hayo

Markuu Soo Siyaado Walaac: Jawaab celis ku saabsan wixii su'aalo ah oo daryeeluhu ka qabo tuhun ama walaac ku saabsan koriimada ilmo uu hayo

Kala soo qaybgala, Marian Hassan oo inoo marti gelin barnaaminkan iyadoo Afka Soomaaliga adeegsanaysa oo ka jawaab celin sadex su’aalood oo ah su'aalaha baddanaa la is waydiiyo marka uu soo siyaado walaac ku saabsan koriimadda ilmaha. Marian waxay nala wadaagi talaabooyinka ugu muhiimsan oo ay tahay in la qaado si loo sameeyo jawi wanaagsan oo waalidka lagula hadli karo oo suurto gelin kara wadda hadal fiyow iyo isfaham. Intaas oo ay dheer ahay talooyin ku salaysan adeegsiga ilmaha oo si joogto ah loo derso ama loo eego lana diiwaangeliyo dhowridaas si ay uga turjunto xaalada koriinka ilmaha iyo wixii isbedal ah oo jira oo waaridka lala wadaagi karo.

(Length: 12:33)
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Motor Development of Toddlers-- What to Expect and When to be Concerned (Part 2)

Motor Development of Toddlers-- What to Expect and When to be Concerned (Part 2)

In the second part of our series on Infant and Toddler Development Cindy Croft and Priscilla Weigel continue their discussion of fine and gross motor milestones looking at the amazing period of 12 month-24 months. This time of incredible growth in physical skills sets the foundation for exploration, learning and peer interaction. Information about typical skills is shared as well as those things that cause us as caregivers to be concerned. The hosts share ways to encourage physical development through our interaction and engagement with toddlers.

(Length: 15:39)