Month: July 2016
July 27, 2016
Have you checked out the resources, tools and research at your fingertips regarding best practices in Birth To Three? Find everything you need on the CT. Birth to Three Website. And don’t forget to sign up for the weekly email updates for our BLOG – and easy way to keep up to date!
July 26, 2016
The IFSP has been translated and posted in three additional languages: Spanish, Portuguese, and Arabic. We have also modified the IFSP Handbook which will be posted on the website. In addition, we are posting an online module on completing the new IFSP. The link for the module will be posted on our website under Learning Modules . A short, fun video on Writing Functional Outcomes will also be found there and here (click on lower right area of video to watch it full screen).
July 20, 2016
Two additional trainings on “Going Deeper Into Natural Learning Environment Practices” have been added to the Birth to Three Calendar. Dates are September 14th in Trumbull and November 16th in Hartford. This is a critical training for all interventionists in the Birth to Three system. Focus will be on developing increased competence in using a family’s everyday activities, and all the learning opportunities present within those activities, to help families promote their child’s development. Sign up soon as trainings fill up fast!
July 11, 2016
The annual Minding the Baby® (MTB) training institute is right around the corner, to be held July 19-21, 2016 at the Yale Child Study Center, and there is still time to register! For more information, please see below and visit: http://www.mtb.yale.edu/training To register, please visit: http://mtb.yale.edu/training/registrationform.aspx MTB is an evidence-based home visiting model run in collaboration with the Yale School of Nursing, Yale Child Study Center, and Fair Haven Community Health Clinic. Developed in a home visitation setting, MTB is an interdisciplinary, primary intervention model that can also be adapted for use in non-home settings. The annual 3-day MTB training institute is focused on the clinical … Continue reading
July 6, 2016
Effective July 15, the Dept. of Rehabilitative Services (CT-DORS) will close the Interpreting Service program. This is designed to save critical state dollars without reducing services – interpreter services will still be available through private companies. If you are in need of interpreting services, please call 2-1-1 or go to http://www.211ct.org/ and search for “Sign Language Interpretation”. DORS will continue to monitor and post a statewide Interpreter Registry. All sign language interpreters working for compensation in Connecticut must satisfy the mandates of established law CT General Statute Sec. 46a-33a, including annual registration with DORS and submission of documented credentials, including certification … Continue reading