Cross Sites Meeting 2016: Making Every Connection Matter

The ZERO TO THREE Safe Babies Court Teams, in conjunction with The Quality Improvement Center for Research-Based Infant-Toddler Court Teams (QIC-CT), hosted our 10th Annual Cross Sites Meeting Making Every Connection Matter from October 19-21, 2016 in Orlando, Florida.

Beginning in 2005, the Safe Babies Court Teams Project has hosted an annual meeting at one of our infant-toddler court team sites for child welfare professionals, judges, court personnel, service providers, community coordinators, and other stakeholders. The QIC-CT and SBCT Cross Sites Meeting provides a national learning community to share ideas and innovative approaches, learn about the latest scientific practices in the field, and discuss child welfare policies and practices for infants and toddlers and their families in the child welfare system.

The following resources include presentations and relevant materials for the Cross Sites 2016 Meeting: Making Every Connection Matter. Click here to view the 2016 Cross Sites Meeting Agenda. Click here to learn more about the speakers at 2016 Cross Sites.

 

Day One Sessions: Wednesday, October 19th
Practice Plenary: Violence and Trauma in the Lives of Young Children
Walking The Walk: Self-Care In The Face Of Compassion Fatigue And Vicarious Trauma
How to Avoid Burnout? Write to ignite Compassion Satisifaction!
Building A Trauma-Informed System For Families
Day Two Sessions: Thursday, October 20th
Practice Plenary: Helping Babies and Families From the Bench
Trauma Informed Courtrooms
Supporting Parents: Special Issues Related To Substance Abuse And Mental Health
Concurrent Planning: A Child's Tomorrow Begins At Day One
Successful Collaboration and Data-Driven Action Planning for Sustainability
Whats Next: Opportunities And Challenges After Launching A Safe Babies Court Team
Strategies In Infant Mental Health
Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders: What Should We Do And When Should We Do It?
Cross-Site Working Session for Teams
Day Three Sessions: Friday, October 21st
Respecting and Honoring Family Strengths
Screenings and Assessments for Young Children and Parents