CRSDEC Early Childhood Special Education Efforts
Dr. Patricia Kopetz is pleased to announce two new affiliations of the Center for the Research and Study of Disability, Education, and Culture (CRSDEC): the Mercy Kids Therapeutic Center Affiliation Agreement, and the partnership with St. Louis Arc/Belle Center. Both early childhood learning and therapeutic behavior facilities host the Early Start Denver Model (ESDM) program for infants and toddlers, providing evidence-based, research-driven interventions shown to significantly benefit youngsters participating in the program. Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) practicum hours can be supervised onsite at each location, and additionally they offer clinical experiences for undergraduate and graduate students who desire behavior therapist orientation and certification.
Seen in the images below: the CRSDEC supports early childhood education student Donisha Abdul-Mumin’s efforts to assist behavior therapists at the St. Louis Arc/Belle Center’s Early Start Denver Model (ESDM) program. In addition, the CRSDEC sponsors graduate student Michelle Auer’s clinical practice and hands-on experience, as she assists behavior therapists of the Mercy Kids Therapeutic Center’s ESDM program.
The CRSDEC sponsors student Donisha Abdul-Mumin (right), who assists toddlers enrolled in the St. Louis Arc/Belle Center Early Start Denver Model (ESDM) program.
Sponsored by CRSDEC outreach, graduate student Michelle Auer gains clinical experience in the Mercy Kids Therapeutic Center’s Early Start Denver Model (ESDM) program.
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