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Revised FSU Partners for a Healthy Baby curriculum!
Learn how to support your families and achieve program goals using the research-based Partners for a Healthy Baby curriculum.
Upon registration and payment, participants can receive a discount order form for curriculum books and handouts by emailing email@example.com.
Workshop Location: Holiday Inn Orlando-Disney Springs, 1805 Hotel Plaza Blvd, Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830
Hotel/Lodging: Discounted lodging at the Holiday Inn Orlando-Disney Springs is available to registered Workshop participants. Attendees are not required to stay at the training hotel.
Food & Beverage: We will provide breakfast each morning of the workshop, as well as a snack each afternoon. Lunch will be on your own from 12pm - 1pm.
Discounted Curriculum: Participants are not required to bring their own curriculum to the Workshop. Registered participants that have submitted payment have access to discounted prices on the Partners for a Healthy Baby curriculum and handouts. The Workshop prices for curriculum expire two months after the training ends. Please contact the Training Coordinator to obtain a copy of the Order Form.
Payment for Registration and Curriculum: The University's accounting structure requires two separate checks, one for the registration fee and one for the purchase of the curricula. Please make the check for registration payable to: Florida State University, FEID #59-1961248. Please make the check for curricula payable to: FSU Research Foundation, FEID #59-3211153.
Address for Payment: Attn Pam Watson, FSU CPEIP, 1339 E Lafayette St., Tallahassee, FL 32301
Once you have registered for the Workshop, please notify the Training Coordinator of any staff or name changes.
Christine Chiricos, Ph.D.
Christine Chiricos has been active in the field of early childhood for over 30 years. She received her Ph.D. in Early Childhood Special Education at Florida State University. Dr. Chiricos joined the faculty of the Florida State University Center for Prevention and Early Intervention Policy in 1997. During her tenure she has served as the Education and Disabilities Coordinator for the FSU Early Head Start Project, directed the Florida Infant and Toddler Network, and directed the FSU/Knight Foundation Quality Child Care Initiative. Dr. Chiricos is co-author of the Partners for a Healthy Baby curricular series, a home visiting curriculum for pregnant families and families with young children birth to age three. She regularly provides national trainings for Early Head Start, Healthy Start, and Healthy Families staff on the Partners for a Healthy Baby curricular series.
Terry Hoover, Ph.D.
Terry Davis Hoover, Ph.D., has provided instructional design & training for the FSU Center for Prevention and Early Intervention Policy since 1997. Dr. Hoover has served the maternal and child health field in a variety of capacities for the past thirty years. She has taught at Florida State University, Tallahassee Community College, and South Georgia College, and she regularly provides national trainings on the Partners for a Healthy Baby curricular series.