Category: Best Practices

Webinar – The Caregiver Coaching Framework (Session 2) – Dathan Rush & M’Lisa Shelden

November 29, 2018

Caregiver coaching consists of five research-based characteristics that when used together result in positive parent-identified outcomes for infants, toddlers, and their families. This one-hour webinar will introduce participants to the coaching characteristics of observation, action/practice, reflection, feedback, and joint planning.  For more information and to Register   


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Writing Functional IFSP Outcomes – Webinar sponsored by DEC

November 15, 2018

1 hour Webinar on November 29th, 1-2 PM EST.   Effective IFSP outcomes are the foundation of intervention. This presentation reviews new guidance documents adapted from the ECTA Functional Outcome Framework. This session will support functional outcome writing with visual guidance documents. Register: https://divisionearlychildhood.egnyte.com/dl/TpETpuC2ut


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Early Intervention Specialist course through UCEDD – January 2019!

November 7, 2018

The University Center for Excellence in Disabilities (@ UCONN) is offering an Interdisciplinary Training for Early Interventionists.  The goal of these Master’s level courses is to enhance the knowledge and skills of professionals currently working in the field of early intervention.  This year long training offers participants the option of receiving credit for 3 masters level courses through UCONN or a stipend of comparable value.  Successful completion also awards the Birth to Three Credential which allows paraprofessionals to be considered early intervention specialists (professionals) for the purpose of job duties and insurance requirements.  For information contact Gabriella Freyre-Calish at (860)679-1563 or … Continue reading


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Reflections from a Family: We are getting it RIGHT!

June 14, 2018

From an interventionist in the field:   I just wanted to share a “feel good” Birth to Three story. It’s from a family who has been with me for a year and a half now and tomorrow turns three, so today we said “goodbye”. We were reflecting on our time together and all the progress her son has made. When she first started with CT. Birth to Three she had just left NY where her son was receiving services through the medical model.  I asked her how CT’s Birth to Three natural learning environment model varied from the NY medical model … Continue reading


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