NICU Consortium Education Program Archives

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July 31, 2019 - Telehealth in Early Intervention

Using Telehealth for Children in Early Intervention
Becky Cohill, OTD, OTR/L
Assistant Professor, University of St. Augustine

Judy Delaware, OTR,
Louisville, Colorado

Families Perspective of Telehealth
Moderator: Beth Cole
Provider Relations Manager Early Intervention

North Metro
Missy Oiler, Service Coordinator

The Resource Exchange
Lisa Bisbee
Nancy Haddad

Mesa County Developmental Services
Jeanie Larsen, Service Coordinator

7-30-19 NICU Consortium Education Program Webinar Link

7-30-19 NICU Consortium Education Program Handouts – 3 slides per page

7-30-19 NICU Consortium Education Program Webinar Handouts 6 slides per page

April 24, 2019 - Constipation in the Premature and Fragile Infant and Home Treatment

Constipation in the Premature and Fragile Infant

Shanmuga “Puji” Jonnalagadda, MD
Developmental Pediatric Fellow, Developmental Pediatrics
Children’s Hospital Colorado

Jill Permeswaran, DNP, CPNP-PC
Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, Developmental Pediatrics
Children’s Hospital Colorado

Therapeutic and Nutritional Approach to Addressing Constipation in Fragile Newborns in the Home

Kristin J. Frank OTR, LLC
EI Infant Feeding Specialist

Darja Pisorn RD, CNSC
EI Registered Dietician
Tiny Tummies Nutrition

4-24-19 NICU Consortium Education Program Webinar Link

4-24-19 NICU Consortium Education Program Handouts

January 30, 2019 - Focus on Fathers

“Teen Fathers: The Forgotten Parent”                                                                         Rick Ellsmore,  Children’s CAMP Clinic, Fatherhood Coordinator

“Supporting the Dads during and after the NICU”                                                    John R. Holmberg, Psy.D. PC

1-30-19 NICU Consortium Education Program Webinar Link

1-30-19 NICU Consortium Education Program Webinar Handouts – 3 slides per page

1-30-19 NICU Consortium Education Program Webinar Handouts – 6 slides per page

October 31,2018 - NICU to Home: Discharge and Follow-up Programs in Colorado

From the NICU to Home: Discharge and Follow-up Programs in Colorado

  • Our path to Improving the Referral Process for Smoother Transition Home from the NICU” – Erin Mestas, Kelly Sokol, Ginger Hillyard, Colleen Perez, Caryn Stanwyck
  • NICU2Home Project – Paulina Erices
  • Safety Net Program in Collaboration with University Hospital -Mary Sundland and Kerrie Staton
  • Early Intervention Colorado Update – Beth Cole

10-31-18 NICU Consortium Education Program Handouts

10-31-18 NICU Consortium Webinar LINK

Please be aware that the sound at the beginning of the Webinar had some problems.  This was corrected and the rest of the audio is fine.  We apologize for this

July 25, 2018 - Neonatal High Risk Follow-up and Outcomes

Neonatal High Risk Follow-up and Outcomes
Adam Rosenberg, MD
Director – University of Pediatric Residency Program
Professor, Pediatrics-Neonatology
Children’s Hospital Colorado

7-25-18 Webinar Link 

7-25-18 NICU Consortium Neonatal follow-up Handouts – 3 slides per page

7-25-18 NICU Consortium Education Program – Handouts 6 slides per page

April 25, 2018 - Dr. Jen's Top Ten: Fun and Easy Strategies You Can Start Using for Primitive Reflex Integration in Infants and Children and The Benefits of Babywearing with Special Considerations for Wearing Premature Infants

Dr. Jen’s Top Ten: Fun and Easy Strategies You Can Start Using for Primitive Reflex Integration in Infants and Children Infants

Jennifer Spiric, PT, DPT
Bilingual Pediatric Physical Therapist
Kids in Motion, Mann Method PT and Fitness

The Benefits of Babywearing with Special Considerations for Wearing Premature
Brandis Rouch Volunteer Babywearing Educators
Babywearing International of Denver

4-25-18 NICU Consortium Handouts 6 slides per page color

4-25-18 NICU Consortium Webinar Link

January 31, 1018 - Infant Massage: Taking care of babies and their parents

Cindy Clark, MS, OTR/L, CIMI/L
Babies and parents alike benefit from this ancient tradition that has been practiced around the world for centuries and is being rediscovered here in the United States. Research shows that premature infants who are massaged daily sleep better, have less colic, and gain weight faster. Parents who give the massage have decreased stress and anxiety and develop more confidence in their parenting skills. In this two-hour presentation, we’ll explore the impact that infant massage has on brain and body development, attachment and bonding with parents and caregivers, and strategies to keep in mind when supporting premature and medically fragile infants and their parents through infant massage.

1-31-18 NICU Consortium Handouts

1-31-18 NICU Consortium Webinar Link

October 25, 2017, Substance Use Disorder in Pregnancy and Home Follow-up for Babies with NAS
Substance Use Disorder in Pregnancy” Kaylin Klie, MD, MA
Dr Kaylin Klie is an assistant professor of Family Medicine and Addiction Medicine at the University of Colorado and Denver Health.

Home Follow up for Babies with Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS)

Sharon Langendoerfer, MD

Dr. Langendoerfer has retired from Denver Health after more than 35 years as a neonatologist and pediatrician there. She cared for substance-exposed infants, including those with Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome; and, for many years, weaned them off methadone while they were at home with their mothers or other caretakers.
1–25-17 NICU Consortium Educational Meeting Webinar LINK

10-25-17 NICU Consortium Handouts Part I

10-25-17 NICU Consortium Handouts Part II

July 26, 2017 Breastfeeding Support for the Premature Infants and Facilitating Language Development in the Premature Infant

Breastfeeding Support for the Premature Infant: The Use of Human Milk Fortifier and Community Lactation Initiatives

Stacy Miller, PhD, RD, CLC
Breast milk is the optimal nutrition for all babies and is especially important for premature infants’ growth and development. This presentation will emphasize the benefits of breast milk for the premature infant and explore the use of human milk fortifiers to ensure adequate growth and development. Additionally community breastfeeding initiatives and support will be shared, including WIC breastfeeding support, Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative information specific to the NICU and other state breastfeeding information.

Early Speech and Language Development

Dr. Jean Lundy
This talk discusses early language milestones, the emergence of the auditory-production loop, and strategies parents can utilize to facilitate speech and language development in their premature infants.

July 26, 2017 NICU Consortium Webinar Link
July 2017 NICU Consortium Handouts

April 26, 2017 Primitive Reflexes and Family Centered Developmental Care

Primitive Reflexes: Implications for infants and children home from the NICU

Jennifer Spiric, PT, DPT

 

Early Intervention and Family-Centered Developmental Care; servicing NICU graduates and their families. Why is this approach best practice? 

Petora Manetto-Spratt, PT, DPT, PCS

April 26, 2017 Webinar Link

4-26-17 NICU Consortium Slides – Revised 5-2-17

January 25, 2017 Themes Associated with Pregnancy Loss and Infant Death and The Most Vulnerable Population

Themes Association with Pregnancy Loss and Infant Death
Dr. Stacey Bromberg & Dr. Jen Harned Adams
The Most Vulnerable Population: Recognizing, Healing, and Preventing Secondary Trauma in Professionals: Working with Preemies, Medically Fragile Babies, and their Families
Emily McNeil, LPC & Sarah McNamee, LCSW
January 25, 2017 NICU Consortium Webinar LINK

 1-25-17 NICU Consortium Handouts

October 26, 2016 Hot Topics in the NICU & GI Concerns After the NICU

“Hot Topics in NICU”
Dr. Anna Zimmermann
Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children

GI Concerns After Discharge from the NICU; Gastrointestinal Reflux in Children”
Dr. Theodore Stathos
Rocky Mountain Pediatric Gastroenterology

WEB LINK:   10-26-16 NICU Consortium Webinar

HANDOUTS:

 
July 27, 2016 From the NICU to the Home: Mothers' Experiences and Smooth Way Home Update

“From the NICU to the Home: Mothers’ Experiences”
Paulina Erices, IBCLC
Jennifer Harrison, MS, CLE, CIMI

“Smooth Way Home Update”
Jennifer Harrison, MS, CLE, CIMI
Smooth Way Home

Weblink:     7-27-16 NICU Consortium Web Link
You may want to scroll forward as the sound does not pick up right away.

Handouts:  PDF_40

January 27, 2016 Impact on PRD on Infant Development and State-level Resources for Pregnancy Related Depression in Colorado

“Impact on PRD on Infant Development”
Kelly Stainback-Tracy, MPH, PT, IMH-E® (II)
Perinatal Infant Mental Health Specialist
Denver Public Health

“State-level Resources for Pregnancy Related Depression in Colorado”
Lauren Bardin, MPH
Maternal Health Specialist
Children, Youth and Families Branch
Colorado Department of Health and Environment

Weblink:        1-27-16 NICU Consortium Web Link           

Handouts:    1-27-16 NICU Consortium Handouts

April 29, 2015 Marijuana Use During Pregnancy and Breastfeeding and Colorado State Resources

”Marijuana Use During Pregnancy and Breastfeeding: Impact on  Development
Laura M. Borgelt, Pharm.D. FCCP, BCPS
Professor, Dept. of Clinical Pharmacy and Family Medicine
University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus

“Marijuna Use During Pregnancy and Breastfeeding: Resources for Colorado Health Professionals
Teresa Foo, MD, MPH
Marijuana Clinical Guidelines Coordinator
Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment

Web Replay Replay Link
January 29, 2015 Newborn Hearing Screening and Follow-up and Newborn Screening Identification and Follow-up
“Newborn Hearing Screening and Follow-up”
Erica McKiever, MA, LPC
“Newborn Screening Identification and Follow-up”
Erica Wright, MS, CGC

Web Replay Replay Link

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