Larry Ringer, Director of Training, Parent Information Center of Delaware
Susan Campbell, Delaware IDEA Part C Coordinator, Birth to Three Early Intervention System, Delaware Department of Health and Social Services
This webinar will provide an overview of Delaware’s system for providing Part C early intervention services and supports for infants and toddlers with disabilities and their families. It will include a discussion of:
• Early intervention services and the focus of Delaware’s system for early intervention services
• Who is eligible to receive early intervention services, and how decisions are made about eligibility
• The Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP), and parents’ role in designing and providing early intervention services
• Best practices in early intervention services
Dialogic Reading is a method of “shared reading” where families and children have a dialogue about the elements of the book and the child can connect the language and themes of the book to their own life. There are many benefits to dialogic reading for you and your child. Come learn about dialogic reading, how it will benefit your family, and where to find more information.
Multi-Tiered System of Support, or MTSS, is an inclusive system of support for all students, and encompasses Universal Support, Additional Support, and Intensified Support. First in the MTSS trilogy, this SWIFT clip by Dan Habib highlights how SWIFT schools implement Universal Support, which relies on a core curriculum aligned with academic standards
PRESENTER: Kelly Rodden, MS, OTR/L, Center Manager at Theraplay’s Newark location
The webinar is designed to provide a general understanding of sensory processing systems and sensory integration, the role of sensory processing and sensory integration principles, and therapeutic approaches.
Category: WEBINARS & VIDEOS
PRESENTER: Fran Fletcher, SPARC
The foundation of conflict resolution and positive communication between families and schools is respect and self-determination. Join us as Fran Fletcher from The Special Education Partnership for the Amicable Resolution of Conflict (SPARC) discusses conflicts that may come up, communication, and resolution.
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