C to B Training Opportunity
Free Training Opportunity
Effective Transitions for Young Children and Families: IDEA Part C Early Intervention to Part B Early Childhood Services
For young children with disabilities, early experiences provide the foundation they need for a lifetime of learning, growth, and opportunities. That’s why it is important for early care and education providers to understand the transition process between agencies and state-level requirements for collaborative and cooperative agreements to serve infants, toddlers, and preschoolers with disabilities.
Presented by OCALI and its partners, Effective Transitions for Young Children and Families: IDEA Part C Early Intervention to Part B Early Childhood Services is a training series designed for local administrators, Early Intervention service coordinators, Head Start agencies, and other community early care and education providers.
What You’ll Learn
Leave this training with a deeper understanding of:
- The transition process and Early Intervention,
- Your role and responsibilities for facilitating, coordinating, and carrying out transition activities,
- Best practices in implementing the transition process with families and supporting agencies, and
- Interagency Agreements that:
- Create a complete understanding among required local agencies and other community early care and education providers,
- Drive sound decisions and practices, and
- Maximize efforts for ensuring necessary programmatic resources are available to children and families.
Who Should Attend?
- Early Intervention administrators/service coordinators
- Early childhood education supervisors, including those working in local education agencies (LEAs) and/or State Support Teams (SSTs)
- Head Start personnel
- Family & Children First Council representatives
- Other community early care and education providers
Locations & How to Register
There is no cost for participating in this training.
To learn more about training locations and how to register, click the link below.
What Past Participants Had to Say
“We’re now able to engage families more across agencies. There are so many things happening and we just didn’t know about them.”
“While all of our agencies were involved in the interagency agreement before, it is now a working document that we can use to continue to improve transitions.”
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