Certificate Completers will be able to
• Provide inclusive programs for young children utilizing legal and ethical requirements.
• Differentiate between typical and exceptional development by analyzing physical, cognitive, health/medical, communication, and/or behavioral/emotional behaviors and disorders.
• Utilize specific discipline and guidance strategies and individualized intensive interventions based on the CSEFEL Curriculum.
• Understand medical issues and specialized health care needs of individuals with disabilities.
• Examine and learn care of altered body systems function and provide special health care needs.
• Know how to connect with community resources regarding medical issues and professionals.
Commission with The Registry for the Wisconsin Inclusion Credential.