Month: April 2015
Periodic Reviews of the IFSP
April 27, 2015
This is an important summary of the IDEA regulations regarding IFSP review deadlines.
Take Time, Talk
April 15, 2015
Studies show that by the time children reach a mere three years old, a 30-million word gap exists between children of the lowest and highest income families. This refers to the number of words children are exposed to—well before they reach kindergarten. The “Take Time. Talk!” tool offers demonstrations on how adults can talk more in-depth with their infants, toddlers and preschool-age children, whether at the grocery store, enjoying a meal, bath time and more. There are simple handouts available in English and Spanish.
April 16th – Act Early Forum Webinar: Text4Baby Mobile Information Service and Act Early Collaboration Opportunities
April 14, 2015
AUCD Act Early is sponsoring a Webinar for learning more about a novel communication tool, Text4baby, which offers information and resources during pregnancy and the first year of a baby’s life. Learn about the Text4baby service and how the program provides information on important developmental milestones for babies and the importance of screenings. More information and registration.
Program Director Job Opening
April 8, 2015
Wheeler clinic has a Birth to Three Program Director position open. For more information click here.
What Birth to Three Looks Like! Now available on website.
April 6, 2015
You will see several new pages on the Birth to Three website: What Birth to Three Look Like: Natural Learning Environment Practices, Coaching as a style of interaction, and Primary Service Provider approach to teaming. These pages explain our research supported practices, contain references for more information, and links for useful tools for families and providers. The pages can be accessed in two different ways: under About Birth to Three from the menu on the left side of the home page, and under the Resources tab at the top of the website. We hope this will put important information about Birth to Three services … Continue reading