Early Intervention Technical Assistance Portal

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Learn how to complete the 4-month monitoring process for a child believed to no longer be eligible for Early Intervention. Review background information and policies and guidelines your program may choose to adopt, and examples of what should be included in documents for families. All documents are easily editable and can be adjusted to fit your program’s needs.

Review the Office of Child Development and Early Learning (OCDEL) announcement regarding young children and their families who are experiencing homelessness in Pennsylvania, as well as resources that can help alleviate some of the barriers that families experiencing homelessness face.

Learn how to establish, build, and maintain positive relationships which support the inclusion of all children in early childhood classrooms. Focus on working in partnership with other adults, and on exploring and demonstrating how the principles of partnership work together to support children, families, and one another.

Clock Hours: 5 IT Credit Hours

The Family 5Q refers to five questions parents consider as they structure their interactions with their child to support engagement and learning during routines and activities throughout their day. These questions are part of FGRBI and are used to develop an action plan with families/caregivers for embedding intervention.

This course is part of the Infant/Toddler Service Delivery Learning Path. After the SS-OO-PP-RR course is completed, learners will be enrolled in this course. More information about accessing this course can be found in the Learning Path Navigation Guide.

SS-OO-PP-RR provides a framework for integrating the principles and practices of Family Guided Routines Based Intervention (FGRBI) during home visiting with family members and other caregivers.

This course is part of the Infant/Toddler Service Delivery Learning Path. After the FGRBI course is completed, learners will be enrolled in this course. More information about accessing this course can be found in the Learning Path Navigation Guide.

This series is a compilation of three job aids that meet a portion of the annual training requirements for EI I/T professionals: Using the Ladder of Inference – Cultural Competency, Infant/Toddler Procedural Safeguards – Procedural Safeguards and Mediation, Creating Individualized Transition Plans – Transition. 

Clock Hours: 1

Learn about a framework that helps us examine where our assumptions come from and how this influences our thinking. Learners will be encouraged to reflect on how they can use this framework to make decisions and improve communication with the children and families they support.

Get the most current and up-to-date information regarding how to write a quality note that documents the services and supports you provide to children and families in Early Intervention.

Learn about the impact of poverty on growth, development, and family dynamics.

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