The web-based training materials for Project ImPACT for Toddlers provide an overview of the program, as well as detailed descriptions and video examples of each of the intervention strategies. The content includes a systematic method for building interaction and teaching new skills to toddlers with social communication concerns. Practitioners will learn to coach parents in the use of the strategies as well as specific methods to increase child and family engagement.
If you or your agency are interested in receiving Project ImPACT for Toddlers training, please contact Kelsey Dickson (firstname.lastname@example.org; (858) 966-7703 X6907) to receive more information about our Distance Training Program.
Please contact the BRIDGE Collaborative to receive more information about our training options (Sarah Rieth, email@example.com; 858.966.7703 ext 243588)
Information about the research requirements, including surveys and video observation instructions.
A 5-hour video-based interactive course to enhance understanding of Project ImPACT for Toddlers. The course will be publicly available after a trial period for study.
Online training access is provided through the BRIDGE Collaborative. Please contact the team for further details.
If you already have an account for access, visit the course here.
As a trained provider for Project ImPACT, be sure to take advantage of the Intervention Support and Community areas of this website:
Intervention Support: All the materials needed to implement Project ImPACT for Toddlers, including the parent manual, assessment and goal development tools, session guides for therapists, technique cards for parents, and additional handouts.
Community: A community Discussion Board to talk about Project ImPACT for Toddlers and an Ask-the-Expert feature where you can get your questions answered by intervention developers and trainers.