Child and Family Studies Research Programs

CFSRP is a part of the Occupational Therapy Department, College of Health Professions, at Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia.

130 South 9th Street, Suite 600
Philadelphia, PA 19107
215-503-4020
TLC Hotline: 215-503-4020
Fax: 215-503-1640
Teaching.Collaborative@jefferson.edu

Improving the quality of services for families and their children with special needs in the communities in which they live.

Self-Choice

Within TLC (Credit on your TLC Transcript)

Register by clicking on the course title.

Outside of TLC (Submit Certificates to Supervisor)



  • Autism Focused Intervention Resources and Modules (AFIRM), affiliated with the Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute at UNC
    AFIRM Modules are designed to help you learn the step-by-step process of planning for, using, and monitoring an evidence-based practice (EBP) with learners with ASD from birth to 22 years of age. Each module includes key components of an EBP including the various approaches that can be used with learners with ASD, behaviors and skills that can be addressed using the practice, a step-by-step process for applying the practice, and specific resources that you can download and customize for your own use.
    Each module can be taken for 2 continuing education credits, and are free of charge. Present your certificate to your supervisor and retain a copy for your records.
  • Pennsylvania Association for Infant Mental Health Southeast Regional Breakfast Meetings typically occur first Friday of each month with presentations from local transdisciplinary speakers. 8:30-10:30 (2 self-choice credits) at 801 Market St. – Community Behavioral Health. Request to join the mailing list & RSVP at imhbreakfast@gmail.com. View website: http://www.pa-aimh.org
  • Early Childhood Education linkage System (ECELS) Self-Learning Modules and Webinars
  • Elwyn training sessions - Register for Elywn-sponsored courses at http://www.solutionwhere.com/elwyn
  • EITA or state-sponsored training sessions - go to www.eita-pa.org and select Professional Development
  • Local, state or national conferences from which you receive CEU credits
  • University courses approved by the county (See procedures for approval in the current TLC Handbook).
  • Participation in PICC Activities with prior-approval of agency supervisor
  • PA Keys training sessions- Login to PA Keys, select calendar and to register for courses
  • The United Way Center for Excellence in Early Education & Early Childhood Investigations has developed the "Start Kids Bright" webinar series which highlights best practices in early learning through topics of community engagement, dual language learning, interactions between children and teachers, and infant and toddler education. "Learning in Two Languages in Early Childhood: What Every Early Childhood Professional Needs to Know", presented by Mileidis Gort. A certificate will be available after the webinar.

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