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El profesorado, el personal y los facilitadores nacionales del Brazelton Touchpoints Center representan un equipo multidisciplinar de agentes de cambio, educadores en desarrollo infantil temprano, psicólogos, pediatras, enfermeras pediátricas y otros expertos en desarrollo y comportamiento infantil temprano, formadores en desarrollo profesional, directores de proyectos, evaluadores de programas, estadísticos, profesionales de la participación comunitaria y mucho más. Del mismo modo, nuestras sedes de Touchpoints Training proceden de 33 estados y más de 100 comunidades, desde las urbanas hasta las rurales, y todo lo que hay entre ellas.

Lisa Desrochers, MA

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Education:

MEd, University of New Hampshire, 2002, with Distinction,
BA, University of New Hampshire, 1993

Bio:

Lisa Desrochers is an accomplished facilitator, program manager, writer, and multi-media resource developer. She has over thirty years of experience working in the early childhood field.

Lisa joined the Brazelton Touchpoints Center team in 2001. She has served in a number of roles to advance the work of the center. She has worked on a number of projects including the Harlem’s Children’s Zone and the California State Library, a partner in adapting Touchpoints for libraries.

As part of the Head Start National Center for Parent, Family, and Community Engagement, Lisa contributed as a project manager and editor of over 50 collections of print and digital media, simulations, and online courses.

Prior to her work at the Brazelton Touchpoints Center, Lisa was a preschool teacher at the University of New Hampshire’s Child Study and Development Center. Lisa has spent time volunteering and working at the Rift Valley Children’s Village, a home for orphaned children in Tanzania.

Areas of Interest:

Children’s development and play

Working with children in international settings

Cultural aspects of parenting and development
Libraries

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