Websites (click to read more)

ZERO TO THREE is a national nonprofit organization that trains, informs, and supports professionals, policymakers and parents in their efforts to improve the lives of infants and toddlers.  Zero to Three site. (external link)
The Division for Early Childhood (DEC) is one of seventeen divisions of the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) – the largest international professional organization dedicated to improving educational outcomes for individuals with exceptionalities, students with disabilities, and/or the gifted.  DEC is especially for individuals who work with or on behalf of children with special needs, birth through age eight, and their families.  Council for Exceptional Children site. (external link)
ECTAC is the national early childhood technical assistance center supported by the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP) under the provisions of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). ECTAC serves Part C-Infant and Toddlers with Disabilities Programs and Part B-Section 619 Preschool Programs for Children with Disabilities in all 50 states and 10 jurisdictions to improve service systems and outcomes for children and families.  Early Childhood Technical Assistance Center site. (external link)
NAEYC’s mission is to serve and act on behalf of the needs, rights and well-being of all young children with primary focus on the provision of educational and developmental services and resources.  National Association for the Education of Young Children Site. (external link)
TaCTICS was an outreach training project funded by a U.S. Department of Education Grant.This web site is being maintained to share tools useful in skillfully navigating the path toward provision of Part C Services using the child/family’s daily routines, activities, and events as a context for assessment and intervention.  Therapists as Collaborative Team members for Infant/Toddler Commuinty Services Site. (external link)
CONNECT Modules are practice-focused instructional resources for faculty and other professional development providers. CONNECT modules are designed using a 5-Step Learning Cycle TM, an approach for making evidence-based decisions about practice dilemmas, based on the integration of multiple sources of evidence.  CONNECT site. (external link)
In collaboration with many colleagues representing diverse cultural and linguistic roots, the CLAS Early Childhood Research Institute collects and describes early childhood/early intervention resources that have been developed across the U.S. for children with disabilities and their families and the service providers who work with them. The materials and resources available on this site reflect the intersection of culture and language, disabilities and child development.  Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services site. (external link)
These videos have been produced to help providers better understand ways to use observation, documentation, and assessment to inform practice. You can watch the clips online or download QuickTime versions of the videos for use in educational and professional development activities.  Results Matter Video Library Site. (external link)
OSEP is dedicated to improving results for infants, toddlers, children and youth with disabilities ages birth through 21 by providing leadership and financial support to assist states and local districts. OSEP administers the Individuals With Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). IDEA authorizes formula grants to states, and discretionary grants to institutions of higher education and other nonprofit organizations to support research, demonstrations, technical assistance and dissemination, technology and personnel development and parent-training and information centers. These programs are intended to ensure that the rights of infants, toddlers, children, and youth with disabilities and their parents are protected. OSEP Site  (external link)

Pennsylvania Websites

PA Dept of Human Services – Early Intervention 

PA Dept of Education – Early Intervention

PA Dept of Health

Pennsylvania Training and Technical Assistance Network

Parent to Parent of PA

PA Keys

PA Promise for Children



Resources(click to read more)

This is an online bulletin board that houses all the resources as well as the powerpoint used for the ELS training. Take me to the bulletin board.(external link)
The Charting the LifeCourse Framework (external Link) was created by families to help individuals and families of all abilities and all ages develop a vision for a good life, think about what they need to know and do, identify how to find or develop supports, and discover what it takes to live the lives they want to live. This universally-designed framework may be used by any person or family making a life plan, regardless of life circumstances.



Foreign Language Forms

Japanese_Family_Guide_to_Data.pdf Japanese_Family_Guide_to_Data.pdf
Japanese_PRA.pdf Japanese_PRA.pdf
Arabic_Family_Guide_to_Data.pdf Arabic_Family_Guide_to_Data.pdf
Arabic_ER.doc Arabic_ER.doc
Arabic_IFSP.IEP.doc Arabic_IFSP.IEP.doc
Arabic_WatchMeGrow.pdf Arabic_WatchMeGrow.pdf
Arabic_PRA.pdf Arabic_PRA.pdf
Chinese_ER.doc Chinese_ER.doc
Croatian_Family_Guide_to_Data.pdf Croatian_Family_Guide_to_Data.pdf
Croatian_PRA.pdf Croatian_PRA.pdf
Chinese_IFSP.IEP.doc Chinese_IFSP.IEP.doc
Chinese_PRA.pdf Chinese_PRA.pdf
Chinese_WatchMeGrow.pdf Chinese_WatchMeGrow.pdf
French_ER.pdf French_ER.pdf
French_Family_Guide_to_Data.pdf French_Family_Guide_to_Data.pdf
French_IFSP.IEP.doc French_IFSP.IEP.doc
French_PRA.pdf French_PRA.pdf
Italian_Family_Guide_to_Data.pdf Italian_Family_Guide_to_Data.pdf
Italian_PRA.pdf Italian_PRA.pdf
Khmer_Family_Guide_to_Data.pdf Khmer_Family_Guide_to_Data.pdf
Khmer_PRA.pdf Khmer_PRA.pdf
Khmer_WatchMeGrow.pdf Khmer_WatchMeGrow.pdf
Korean_ER.doc Korean_ER.doc
Korean_Family_Guide_to_Data.pdf Korean_Family_Guide_to_Data.pdf
Korean_IFSP.IEP.doc Korean_IFSP.IEP.doc
Korean_PRA.pdf Korean_PRA.pdf
Korean_WatchMeGrow.pdf Korean_WatchMeGrow.pdf
Portuguese_WatchMeGrow.pdf Portuguese_WatchMeGrow.pdf
Russian_ER.doc Russian_ER.doc
Russian_Family_Guide_to_Data.pdf Russian_Family_Guide_to_Data.pdf
Russian_IFSP.IEP.doc Russian_IFSP.IEP.doc
Russian_PRA.pdf Russian_PRA.pdf
Russian_WatchMeGrow.pdf Russian_WatchMeGrow.pdf
Spanish_ER.doc Spanish_ER.doc
Spanish_Family_Guide_to_Data.pdf Spanish_Family_Guide_to_Data.pdf
Spanish_IFSP.IEP.doc Spanish_IFSP.IEP.doc
Spanish_PRA.pdf Spanish_PRA.pdf
Vietnamese_ER.doc Vietnamese_ER.doc
Vietnamese_Family_Guide_to_Data.pdf Vietnamese_Family_Guide_to_Data.pdf
Vietnamese_PRA.pdf Vietnamese_PRA.pdf
Vietnamese_IFSP.IEP.doc Vietnamese_IFSP.IEP.doc
Vietnamese_WatchMeGrow.pdf Vietnamese_WatchMeGrow.pdf
Chinese_Family_Guide_to_Data.pdf Chinese_Family_Guide_to_Data.pdf
Nepalese_Family_Guide_to_Data.pdf Nepalese_Family_Guide_to_Data.pdf
Nepalese_PRA.pdf Nepalese_PRA.pdf
French_WatchMeGrow.pdf French_WatchMeGrow.pdf
Albanian_PRA.pdf Albanian_PRA.pdf
Albanian_Family_Guide_to_Data.pdf Albanian_Family_Guide_to_Data.pdf
Khmer_IFSP.pdf Khmer_IFSP.pdf
Greek_Family_Guide_to_Data.pdf Greek_Family_Guide_to_Data.pdf
Greek_PRA.pdf Greek_PRA.pdf
Albanian_ER.doc Albanian_ER.doc
Albanian_IFSP.IEP.doc Albanian_IFSP.IEP.doc
Swahili_NOREP.pdf Swahili_NOREP.pdf
Swahili_PTE.pdf Swahili_PTE.pdf
Bengali_NOREP.pdf Bengali_NOREP.pdf
Bengali_PTE.pdf Bengali_PTE.pdf
Tamil_NOREP.pdf Tamil_NOREP.pdf
Tamil_PTE.pdf Tamil_PTE.pdf
Creole_IFSP.IEP.pdf Creole_IFSP.IEP.pdf
Creole_ER.pdf Creole_ER.pdf
Spanish_ProblemSolvinginEI.pdf Spanish_ProblemSolvinginEI.pdf
Napalese_ER.DOC Napalese_ER.DOC
Napalese_IFSP.DOC Napalese_IFSP.DOC
Khmer_ER.pdf Khmer_ER.pdf
Bengali_ER.DOC Bengali_ER.DOC
Spanish_ServiceCoordinationPlan.docx Spanish_ServiceCoordinationPlan.docx
Spanish_WatchMeGrow.pdf Spanish_WatchMeGrow.pdf
Creole_Permission to Evaluate 2014.doc Creole_Permission to Evaluate 2014.doc
Creole_Permission to Evaluate 2014.pdf Creole_Permission to Evaluate 2014.pdf
Watch_Me_Grow0914_Hindi.pdf Watch_Me_Grow0914_Hindi.pdf