Graduate Education/Training

Education and Training

The Mailman Center is committed to preparing future leaders to apply advanced clinical knowledge and skills to maternal and child populations with or at risk for neurodevelopmental disabilities (NDD) and special health care needs (SHCNs). Students (undergraduate, graduate, post-graduate), and professionals have the opportunity to obtain advanced instruction in their discipline through a myriad of training and education opportunities.

  • Advanced Clinical Training
  • Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities
  • Professional Development and Continuing Education Distance Learning

At all levels of our training and education programs, participants will acquire knowledge and skills related to working with individuals of diverse ethnicity, language, culture, socioeconomic status, and will become aware of the variety of care delivery systems and health care financing systems that affect children with NDD and SHCNs and their families. Our training and education programs are flexible and include different training pathways, dependent on the entry level knowledge and skills of the participants and the amount and duration of time committed to the training program.

For a list of all our training programs, click here.

You may also contact:

Michelle Schladant
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305-243-4466.