What does it mean to be a
Sequential Development Member?
To become a Sequential Development Member School, an early childhood education center (childcare center, preschool, day care facility, in-home/family day care, etc.) must complete the assessment and evaluation process by the Sequential Development Consulting team and be actively working on integrating concepts from the implementation plan set forth by the Early Childhood Mental Health Clinician, Pediatric Occupational Therapist, and the Pediatric Speech and Language Pathologist.
Member schools receive the following annual benefits:
Yearly professional development training for their staff in a wide range of topics covering sensory and motor development, social-emotional learning, and speech and language development.
Consultation with all 3 professionals. Teachers and/or supervising staff have access to the mental health clinician, pediatric OT, and pediatric SLP year round to consult on any topics that come up throughout the school year.
Access to SDC's Member content. This is a comprehensive library of handouts, infographics, printables, and templates. Plus, Member Schools can request ANY personalized content for their staff in any subject area.
Ongoing on-site visits by all 3 professionals to support the integration of recommendations from the initial evaluation report and plan.