Rose F. Kennedy Children's Evaluation & Rehabilitation Center

Early Intervention Training Institute (EITI)

This federally-funded program provides interdisciplinary training to professionals and graduate students serving young children (birth to five years) with developmental disabilities and their families. A network of over 400 participating institutions includes day care, Head Start, and preschool programs; social service agencies; child protection and legal services organizations; hospitals and medical centers; and universities. Training activities include an annual series of lectures and workshops, as well as, community-based workshops, presented by an interdisciplinary faculty of clinician educators. Training emphasizes psychosocial risk, as well as, developmental disabilities.

Click here to access the Early Intervention Training Institute Newsletter Articles.

Click here to download the Early Intervention Training Institute 2018 Spring Lecture/Workshop Schedules.

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Referrals and General Information 

Rose F. Kennedy CERC Interim Director:
Lisa H. Shulman, MD

Clinical Director, Trauma Services:
Anne Murphy, Ph.D. 

 Associate Director, RFK CERC and Trauma Services:
Camille L. Rogers, M.A. 

Office Coordinator:
George Lucas

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