On November 12th, the NCPIC sponsored Children: Evidence-Based Services and Supports. Over one-hundred and fifty people listened to nationally-recognized speakers present on the what research has shown about improving the lives of children and their families.
The program included presentations on evidence-based programs by the following nationally-recognized experts:
|Current Research on Early Intervention and how this Research can be Integrated into Community Settings.
(Birth – Early School Years) – IDD
Linda Watson, Ed.D.
Clinical Associate Research Professor of Speech Pathology
Department of Allied Health Sciences
University of North Carolina Chapel Hill
|Evidence-based Practices in Child Mental Health Can Make a Difference – MH
Barbara J. Burns, PhD.
Professor of Medical Psychology
Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
Duke University School of Medicine
|Addressing Substance Abuse in Children and Youth: Identifying and Using Evidence-Based Programs – SA
Doreen Cavanaugh, Ph.D.
Research Associate Professor at the Health Policy Institute
Georgetown Public Policy Institute