Families and Educators Building Relationships

How families and professionals can build relationships through everyday, simple interactions. Handout for Families and Educators Building Relationships.

Family Engagement During COVID-19

How to build a relationship with families during the Covid-19 pandemic. Handout for Relationship-Focused Family Engagement During COVID-19. 

Family Engagement for Helpers

How to focus on building relationships with families. Handout for Relationship-Focused Family Engagement for Helpers. 

New Provider Registry Webinar:  The slides in this handout provide an overview on how Early Intervention Provider Registry administrators can access and manage the registry.  It covers the information presented in webinars on December 14 & 16, 2020.  Complete a Profile and Apply for an Account:  This guide describes the process for Early Intervention providers and Service Coordinators to create an account in the Early Intervention Provider Registry. The Agency Administrator’s Guide to the Early Intervention Provider Registry will help EI Registry Administrators learn how to set up an agency profile, add counties, and verify staff employment.  It also provides information on the reporting features in the Provider Registry. If you have questions about this process, check out the EI IT Provider Registry Commonly Asked Questions. The Early Intervention Training Log is an editable form that allows EI staff to track their training hours. 
 

Service Coordination Checklist for Providing Information to Families about Medical Assistance: This document provides guidance to Infant Toddler Early Intervention Service Coordinators on discussing enrollment in Pennsylvania’s Medical Assistance program with families. In addition, this infographic about Applying for Medicaid for a Child with a Disability can be given to families to assist them in applying for MA. 

Pennsylvania Family Support and Home Visiting Online Conference: Find information on upcoming online trainings or recorded webinars for past trainings from this conference.

Families Experiencing Homelessness Modules: These modules will help enhance your knowledge around family homelessness and the McKinney-Vento Homelessness Assistance Act’s definition of “homelessness” as it refers to children and youth. There are 8 modules, each of which takes approximately 30 minutes to complete, depending on your level of experience. When you finish all sections of the module, download your Certificate of Completion. 

The Division for Early Childhood: This is a division of the Council for Exceptional Children that promotes policies and advances evidence-based practices that support families and enhance the optimal development of young children (0-8) who have or are at risk for developmental delays and disabilities. DEC is currently accepting registrations for their upcoming 35th annual international conference, taking place in Dallas, TX, from October 1st through 4th, with a focus on “dreaming of a bigger tomorrow.”

Foreign Language Forms

You can find many of our Early Intervention forms on the PaTTAN website. Filter the forms by age group, topic,  language or search for a specific form by name.

Below you will find additional forms in languages that are not currently supported by the PaTTAN website. 

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