Family Guide for Considerations of In-Home/In-Person Early Intervention (EI) Services During COVID-19 was developed to help families navigate decisions about returning to in-home, in-person Early Intervention services. This guidance is being updated and will be reposted soon.
Family Considerations for Classroom and Group Settings During COVID-19 for Children in Early Intervention Services, was developed for families to help make decisions for returning to classroom or group settings. This guidance is being updated and will be reposted soon.
Staying Safe While Receiving In-Home Services was developed as guidelines for families and individuals navigate decisions about in-home, in-person services.
Taking Care of Ourselves and our Children During the Pandemic: This features tips, strategies and stories to help illustrate how families are taking care of themselves and their families during the Pandemic. In addition, to the information session recording, a resource sheet highlights the resources that were shared during the session.
Resources for Masks for Children: The Office of Child Development and Early Learning is sharing this list of resources for program staff and families. These resources do not, and are not intended to, prescribe specific guidance about mask wearing for children.
Tips for Families: This tip sheet can help families prepare for Tele-intervention services for the first time. It provides information on what to expect and how you can prepare.
Resources for EI Families During COVID-19 Mitigation Efforts: This document has a list of resources to support families of children in Early Intervention during COVID-19.
Wearing Masks: These scripted stories, with their colorful and fun photographs of children and families, help explain to children the how, why, and when of wearing face masks during the COVID-19 pandemic. Also available in Spanish.
Helping Children Understand Emotions When Wearing Masks: These tips and ideas help children identify emotions when faces, our most expressive feature, are covered by a mask. Parents and practitioners can use these strategies to let children know that behind the mask, a kind and warm expression is still there.
Greetings While Social Distancing: This colorful greeting board uses expressive photos of children to demonstrate ways to greet each other while maintaining social distancing. In English and Spanish, the examples included are air hug, elbow bump and thumbs up.