The IFSP: Developing Transition Plans
Monday January 03, 2022 - Online
Monday January 31, 2022 - Online
The purpose of this course is to provide specific guidance on how to build a strong foundation for families so that this is a positive experience for them and their child. The participant will learn about the importance of building relationships and identifying resources in the community that promote inclusion and networking. The activities and resources in this course will provide opportunities for the professional to gain a better understanding of the challenges families face and how to help them through. They will also have the knowledge of how to create an individualized transition plan for families.
Participants will be able:
- Assist families in accessing services that promote inclusion of the child and family into the community.
- Provide support to families in accessing family support, family networking, and involvement within the Early Intervention system.
- Describe how transitions impact families, children, and professionals.
- Identify methods to facilitate a smooth service delivery transition for families, children, and professionals.
- Develop an individualized transition plan for children moving from Infant/Toddler to Preschool Early Intervention or the community.
Early Intervention Service Providers and staff, staff in early childhood programs.
Reasonable efforts will be made to accommodate individuals who have special needs as addressed by the Americans with Disabilities Act and who need assistance at this event. Contact: Molly Martz, at 717-901-2151, or email@example.com