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Nebraska's Birth to 5 Social-Emotional Curriculum

Feb 9, 2016

The goal of the Social-Emotional & Behavioral Development, Ages Birth to Five curriculum is to promote provider screening for these issues with the consistent utilization of a standardized, validated screening tool.

In pursuit of this goal, the Department of Health and Human Services, the University of Nebraska Public Policy Center, and the Nebraska Medical Association developed an interactive, web-based curriculum to educate/train providers on the topic of social “ emotional and behavioral development in 0 - 5 year old children.

Updated August 2011

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