About This Event
In this session, we will:
- Describe the Individual Family Service Plan (IFSP);
- Explain how available services and supports are determined for the individual child and family;
- Define roles and responsibilities of the Services Coordinator and early intervention providers with respect to service delivery;
- Explain the process of transition from EDN to the Part B program for children ages 3-5.
Audience: This series is directed toward anyone working with children ages 0-3 and/or families with children in that age range.
Continuing education: This is a 1-hour webinar. Participants will receive handouts, an agenda, and a certificate of attendance to submit for continuing education credits on their own. This activity has been approved for credit for 1 hour of continuing legal education (CLE): Activity #261644.
Jennifer Calahan is the Services Coordination Supervisor for the Early Development Network office serving the Columbus and surrounding areas. Jen also carries a caseload as a Services Coordinator. She is a nationally certified trainer for the Routines Based interview. Jen graduated from University of Nebraska at Kearney with a social work degree. She has work experience with the nursing home and hospice.
Sue Bainter is an Early Intervention Trainer and Coach with the Getting Ready Project for both EDN and UNL. In this role she trains and coaches Early Intervention professionals in the Getting Ready approach to build strong partnerships with the parents and families they serve, to promote positive child and family outcomes. She is one of two coordinators for Routines Based Early Intervention with the Nebraska Early Development Network.
Registration closes April 29, 2024, or until maximum capacity has been reached.
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