Rethinking Early Childhood Intervention services | Dr Tim Moore
Early childhood intervention is more than therapy. As learning mainly takes place between sessions, it’s important for professionals to partner with families to nurture their children’s development in everyday environments.
Dr Tim Moore shares his insights on the power of families and communities in making this happen. Other topics discussed for positive outcomes include early learning environments; the role of families, relationships and daily routines; and involving children meaningfully in home and community life.
Speaker: Dr Tim Moore Tim is a Senior Research Fellow at the Centre of Community Child Health, Royal Children’s Hospital Melbourne. A developmental psychologist by training, he heads a small team responsible for monitoring, reviewing and writing about topics related to child development, family relationships and service systems. He has been the principal writer on numerous Centre for Community Child Health reviews, reports and policy briefs.
He has been involved in the early childhood intervention services sector for several decades, as a practitioner, policy development, and researcher. Tim’s work has had a significant impact on the development, practice and policy of early childhood intervention and early childhood fields, both nationally and internationally.
The Family Conference was hosted by Plumtree, Now & Next and Kindred (Formerly Reframing Disability).
The Conference brings together families of children with disabilities and their allies. The presentations aim to inspire, educate and empower families in building a good life. The conference also celebrates people with a disability who are making a difference in their community