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Determining Eligibility for WV Birth to Three – The Good, The Bad and The Not Really Eligible

Course Number
OLDeterminingWVBTTEligibilityv22hrsWVBTT
Overview
As a family is beginning their journey with WV Birth to Three and annually, the team gathers information to support the determination of eligibility. This process involves understanding the WV Birth to Three procedures for evaluation/assessment and policies defining eligibility criteria. Join us for a review best practices for these activities and a question and answer opportunity for practitioners and service coordinators.
Objective
WV Early Childhood Core Knowledge and Competencies 1.2.n. Contributes to writing, reviewing and/or implementing Individualized Family Service Plans/Individual Education Programs, when appropriate 3.4.a. Shares assessment results in a sensitive manner that is understandable for families 3.6.c. Follows established timelines for beginning and completing the assessment process, reporting, and meeting with families 3.6.d. Reviews information about a child’s birth and developmental history, and other sources, before beginning formal evaluation 3.6.e. Requests families share the concerns, hopes and developmental goes they have for their children before creating an IFSP or IEP 3.6.f. Includes children’s developmental accomplishments, as well as areas for developmental growth 6.1.c. Obeys and upholds laws related to the rights and well-being of all children and families, including those with disabilities   WV Infant Toddler Mental Health Association Law, Regulation & Agency Policy - Government, Law & Regulation, Agency Policy
Additional Information
This session is for WV Birth to Three Professionals only.
Course Hours
2.00

Scheduled Event(s) for this Course
REQUIRES REGISTRATION Overview

As a family is beginning their journey with WV Birth to Three and annually, the team gathers information to support the determination of eligibility. This process involves understanding the WV Birth to Three procedures for evaluation/assessment and policies defining eligibility criteria.

Join us for a review best practices for these activities and a question and answer opportunity for practitioners and service coordinators.



Objective(s)

WV Early Childhood Core Knowledge and Competencies

1.2.n. Contributes to writing, reviewing and/or implementing Individualized Family Service Plans/Individual Education Programs, when appropriate

3.4.a. Shares assessment results in a sensitive manner that is understandable for families

3.6.c. Follows established timelines for beginning and completing the assessment process, reporting, and meeting with families

3.6.d. Reviews information about a child’s birth and developmental history, and other sources, before beginning formal evaluation

3.6.e. Requests families share the concerns, hopes and developmental goes they have for their children before creating an IFSP or IEP

3.6.f. Includes children’s developmental accomplishments, as well as areas for developmental growth

6.1.c. Obeys and upholds laws related to the rights and well-being of all children and families, including those with disabilities

 

WV Infant Toddler Mental Health Association

Law, Regulation & Agency Policy - Government, Law & Regulation, Agency Policy



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