January 12, 2015
The CT ELDS were developed through the work of the Connecticut Early Childhood Education Cabinet and its Early Learning Standards Workgroup and published by the Office of Early Childhood. In addition, over 100 state and national experts participated in some way during the development process, helping to ensure a strong and comprehensive set of Early Learning Standards for Connecticut. The CT ELDS and a document that aligns the standards with the Hawaii Early Learning Profile (HELP) can now be found on the Birth to Three website.
October 21, 2014
Leadership in a Diverse Society with Birth to Three providers. The event will be held 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Thursday, November 13, 2014 in Wilde Auditorium at the University of Hartford. There is no charge; however, registration is required. To register: Web: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/LeaderITR Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 860.768.5590
August 15, 2014
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) Program to Enhance the Health and Development of Infants and Children (PEHDIC) is hosting a Webinar series, “Motor Delays: Early Identification and Evaluation – Do you know what to look for?” the next session of which is scheduled for Tuesday, August 26 at 3pm Eastern Time. A description of the Webinar and link to the registration page are below. Registration is open and space is limited, so sign up today! Patient Care if Motor Delay is Identified – Do You Know the “Red Flags” to Look For? Faculty: Dipesh Navsaria, MD, MPH, MSLIS … Continue reading
July 8, 2014
If you are reading this in an email from the Connecticut Birth to Three System, you can stop here – your email address has already been added to the automated process for sending out blog post summaries once a week. If you are reading this from Feedburner or another reader app or directly on the Birth23.org website and have not been receiving blog post summaries via email (usually around noon on Tuesday), you can now sign up right on Birth23.org. Go to the Blog tab, scroll down and look for the last widget on the left. It looks like this:
May 19, 2014
The Social Security Administration’s (SSA’s) secure online application and electronic medical record system use electronic signatures to indicate Parent/Guardian consent to release personal information about their child. If you are wondering if this electronic signature is acceptable to release the child’s Birth to Three records, the answer is YES. Medical Examiners rely on Birth to Three evaluations as part of their determination of eligibility for cash benefits. When you receive a request for records about a child currently or previously on your roster that includes a “typed” name of parent or guardian, please provide the requested information at your earliest convenience … Continue reading
May 13, 2014
The Department of Rehabilitation Services-Bureau of Education and Services for the Blind has compiled a list of Funding Opportunities/ Benefits for Children with Disabilities and their Families. Areas include: Government Benefits, Chronic Disabilities/ Disability Specific Funds, Town/Regional Specific Funds, Adaptive Equipment & Assistive Technology Devices, and Wish Granting Organizations. If you would like to receive the full list with complete details, contact Gail Feld at Gail.Feld@CT.gov or at 860.602.4232.