Category Archives: Presentations

Presentations

Underwood, K. (2017) An Inclusive Early Childhood Service System? Congress of the Social Sciences and Humanities, CSSE/CAEP. Ryerson University, Toronto, ON, May, 29, 2017.

Hache, A(2017) Indigenous perspectives of Inclusion in Early Childhood Service Systems. Congress of the Social Sciences and Humanities, CSSE/CAREC. Ryerson University, Toronto, ON, May, 26, 2017.

Janus, M. (2017) Using mixed methods in an Institutional Ethnography to understand an Inclusive Early Childhood Service System. Congress of the Social Sciences and Humanities, CSSE/CAREC. Ryerson University, Toronto, ON, May, 26, 2017.

Friendly, M. (2017) An Inclusive Early Childhood Service System policy: What is it, and how do we get there?. Congress of the Social Sciences and Humanities, CSSE/CAREC. Ryerson University, Toronto, ON, May, 26, 2017.

Underwood, K. (2017) The Inclusive Early Childhood Service System Project (IECSS): An institutional ethnography. Congress of the Social Sciences and Humanities, CSSE/CAREC. Ryerson University, Toronto, ON, May, 26, 2017.

Ineese-Nash, N. (2017, May). Maawandoonan: Early Childhood Disability Support Services in Constance Lake First Nation. Poster presented at the CAEP-ACP Symposium at the 45th Annual CSSE Conference at the Congress of Humanities and Social Sciences, Toronto, CA.

Jones, M. (2017, May). Institutional Practices of Speech and Language Pathology Services. Poster presented at the CAEP-ACP Symposium at the 45th Annual CSSE Conference at the Congress of Humanities and Social Sciences, Toronto, CA.

Martin, J. & Thompson, A. (2017, May). Institutional Mapping as a Tool for Early Childhood Professionals. Poster presented at the CAEP-ACP Symposium at the 45th Annual CSSE Conference at the Congress of Humanities and Social Sciences, Toronto, CA.

Ineese-Nash, N. (2017). Experiences of Indigenous Families Navigating Early Childhood Disability Support Systems. CDIS 5085: Indigeneity and Disability, York University, Toronto, ON, March 2, 2017.

Spalding, K. & Underwood, K. (2017). A systems analysis of disability in early childhood. Moving from Hospital to Community: Bridging Early Healthcare Transitions Symposium, Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital, Toronto, ON, February, 27, 2017.

District of Temiskaming Elder’s Council, Underwood, K., & Ineese-Nash, N. (2017).  Indigenous Experiences of Disability and Support Systems for Children. Elder’s Gathering, Native Child and Family Services, Toronto, ON, February 7, 2017.

Thompson, A., Martin, J., & Underwood, K. (2016). Inclusive Early Childhood Service System Project: Mapping Techniques for Resource Consultants. Inclusion: A Cause for Celebration, Early Childhood Resource Teacher Network of Ontario’s 30th Annual Provincial Conference. Ottawa, ON, November 16, 2016.

Underwood, K. (2016). Building an Inclusive Early Childhood Service System from a Family Viewpoint. Inclusion: A Cause for Celebration, Early Childhood Resource Teacher Network of Ontario’s 30th Annual Provincial Conference. Ottawa, ON, November 16, 2016. (keynote address)

Janus, M., Underwood, K., & Siddiqa, A. (2016) Investigating the qualities of an inclusive early childhood service system using qualitative and quantitative approaches. International Society for the Study of Behavioural Development (ISSBD), Lithuania, July, 2016.

Underwood, K. & Frankel, E. (2016) Is the right to early intervention being honoured in Early Childhood Education and Care? International Society on Early Intervention (ISEI), Stockholm, Sweden, June 8-10, 2016.

Artuso. L. & Underwood, K. (2016) Joining up Research and System Planning: the Inclusive Early Childhood Service System Project and the County of Wellington. OMSSA Leadership Conference, Hamilton Convention Centre, Hamilton, ON, May 29 – June 1, 2016.

Underwood, K. (2016) Inclusive Childhoods: A systems analysis of disability in early childhood. Global Forum on Childhood, Association of Childhood Education International, San Jose, Costa Rica, April 1, 2016.

Underwood, K. (2014). How will children with disabilities and their families be supported in inclusive high quality child care settings? Childcare Research, Evidence and Policy: Mobilizing Knowledge, Winnipeg, MB, November 14, 2014.

Frankel, E. & Underwood, K. (2014). Early Intervention and Inclusion in the context of a national childcare policy: a research perspective. Childcare 2020: From Vision to Action, Winnipeg, MB, November 13, 2014.

Underwood, K., Church, K., Spalding, K. (October 30, 2014). Defining disability in research about family experience in early childhood education and care. Reconceptualizing Diversity Conference: Engaging with histories, theories, practices, and discursive strategies in global contexts, Toronto, ON, October 30, 2014.