C4 staff and partners developed the Neurodevelopmental Ecological Screening Tool (NEST) and will present about it at the American Psychological Association 2019 Conference on August 8 in Chicago, IL.
Carmela DeCandia, PhD, of Artemis Associates, and George Unick, PhD, of University of Maryland, Baltimore will discuss “Developing a Psychometrically-Validated Ecological Tool” during “An Ecological Perspective to Screening Young Children for Risk and Resilience” from 12-1:50 pm. Created by Katie Volk, Senior Project Director at C4, DeCandia, and Unick, NEST is a tool that helps service providers and parents in low-resource environments assess how children ages 3-5 are developing and identify ways to minimize risk factors and build resilience.
The conference is organized by the American Psychological Association.
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