Let’s Grow Together! Infant & Childhood Partnerships CLG would like to offer you the opportunity to participate in the New-born Behavioural Observational (NBO) system training which is being held online Nov 15th/16th/17th 2022 from 12.30-17.30. This highly respected training is in line with our ongoing commitment to early intervention and community collaboration. Feedback from participants who have previously attended has been excellent, and we anticipate places will be in high demand. This training is offered at a heavily subsidised rate to practitioners of all disciplines, who work with babies up to 3months and their parents and caregivers in the Northwest side of the Cork City
Our trainers are:
Yvette Blanchard, PT, ScD, PCS, Professor of Physical Therapy in the Department of Physical Therapy and Human Movement Science, Sacred Heart University, Fairfield, Connecticut; Brazelton Institute, Division of Developmental Medicine, Boston Children’s Hospital
Dr Deanna Gibbs, Research Consultant for nursing, midwifery and allied health professionals and co-director of children’s research at Barts Health NHS Trust and visiting senior research fellow at City University of London.
Please read the Expression of Interest NBO Training_2022 for a full description of the training and information on how to apply for a place. If you are interested, please complete the Expression of Interest Form, and return by email to :
Trish Hurley Infant Mental Health and Wellbeing Co-ordinator email@example.com by Tuesday 20th September 2022.
To learn more about NBO see Brazelton Institute | NBO/NBAS Training | Boston Children’s Hospital (childrenshospital.org)