Month: January 2019

Smart Ears: Upcoming Online Workshops

January 22, 2019

Smart Ears is pleased to offer live online workshops on teaching children with hearing loss to listen and talk. The workshops are aimed at education and health professionals who work with children with hearing loss.  More Information.


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Benefits for Children With Disabilities

January 22, 2019

The Social Security Administration has updated its Benefits for Children with Disabilities pamphlet (2019) describing benefits available to eligible children with disabilities and how to apply. Some benefits included are Supplemental Security Income (SSI), Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI), health insurance, Medicaid, Medicare, and employment support programs. A 2018 version is also available in Spanish.


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Learn the Signs Act Early

January 22, 2019

CTAEYC is excited to offer a new Platform Academy as part of our Connecticut Early Childhood Professional Development Platform, which looks to strengthen the functions of early childhood, specifically Family Child Care (FCC) and Infant and Toddler (I/T) Care. February 9, 2019   9 AM – 12 PM      UConn   Farmington, CT                                 More Information Here


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FFY17/SFY18 APR Draft Available

January 9, 2019

Every year the Connecticut Office of Early Childhood submits a report to the US Department of Education about how we are doing on compliance and results for Part C of the IDEA.  The draft report is available here https://www.birth23.org/aboutb23/gensup/apr/.  If you have any suggestions or questions just email Nicole.Cossette@ct.gov before 1/29/19. Unfortunately the PDF created by the GRADS360 online submission tool is a little hard to read…


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CCMC: Feeding Conference March 9, 2019

January 4, 2019

CT. Children’s is hosting Clinical Assessment and Intervention for Pediatric Feeding Problems on Saturday, March 9th.  The conference is being presented by the Occupational Therapy Department.  Click here for more information. 


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