Taking the Plunge: First Steps to Integrating Child Outcomes into the IFSP/IEP Process

Type: 
Conference Session
Author/Presenter: 

Anne Brager, Kathi Gillaspy, Sandi Harrington, Kate Rogers, Dana Romary, and Megan Vinh 

Age: 
3-5/Section 619/Preschool
Year: 
2012
Month: 
October
Abstract: 

Presented at the 2012 Measuring and Improving Child and Family Outcomes Conference. Using the first two stages of implementation science (exploration and installation) as a framework, three states shared their approaches to "getting started" with an integrated IFSP-IEP process. Combining the processes has been found to lead to improved data collection, streamlined and efficient paperwork, and more effective individualized child and family service planning.

Topics: 
Child Outcomes
Topics: 
IFSP-IEP Integration
Presentations
Presentation Title: 
Determining the Status of Infant/Toddler Development
Presentation Title: 
Early Implementers Assessment Planning Tool
Presentation Title: 
EEE IEP Training Workbook
Presentation Title: 
Essential Early Education IEP Options
Presentation Title: 
Example 1: Child Outcomes Logic Model
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Example 2: Child Outcomes Self-Assessment
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Example 3: County Child Correction Error List template
Presentation Title: 
Feedback for Proposed EEE IEP Form
Presentation Title: 
Outcomes Guiding Questions
Presentation Title: 
Taking the Plunge: First Steps to Integrating Child Outcomes into the IFSP/IEP Process
Presentation Title: 
Team Participation in Early Implementation Calls handout
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Vermont IEP Form
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Virginia Quality Practices handout
Presentation Title: 
Virginia Integrated IFSP form
Presentation Title: 
Wisconsin Draft IFSP