Fall Class Focuses on Young Children With Special Needs

Class begins Aug. 19.

JUNE 20, 2013 -- Do you care for an infant or toddler with special needs?  Do you want to learn strategies, expand your strengths, and explore your concerns?  If so, a fall 2013 class being offered by Allan Hancock College’s early childhood studies program can offer you the information you need to enhance the experience of child care providers, families and children.

Infant Intervention (ECS 113, CRN 21382) offers an introductory overview for families and caregivers who work with infants and toddlers at risk for special needs.  Students will examine risk factors, learn how to access community resources, discuss strategies for assisting families, and explore using typical play to facilitate development for children with special needs.  This class will assist you with services and strategies for children enrolled in California’s Early Start program.  This three-unit class will be offered at the Santa Maria campus Mondays at 2:15 p.m. beginning Aug. 19.

View details about this and all other fall ECS classes online via Class Search at www.hancockcollege.edu.

Priority registration begins June 24; open registration begins June 29.  To see if you have priority status, go to www.hancockcollege.edu, click Apply & Register, then Application & Registration Information.  All students register online via Apply & Register.

For more registration information, call 922-6966 ext. 3248.  For information about the early childhood studies program, call ext. 3381 or select “ECS” in the online class search “Subject” option.

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