The Part C Child Find Self-Assessment: Quick Start Guide, developed by DaSy and ECTA, is designed to help state leaders consider common areas of need and challenges related to Child Find and determine which best practices in Section II of the Child Find Self-Assessment (CFSA) might best address those challenges.
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Remote Screening, Evaluation, and Assessment Resources
Many assessment practices can be successfully implemented even when the practitioner cannot be in the same room with the child and family such as during the COVID-19 pandemic. The resources included here are designed to help states, programs, and local practitioners examine and answer difficult questions about remote screening, evaluation, and assessment.
Thank you for your interest in the Child Outcomes Summary Knowledge Check (COS-KC) Field Test! The COS-KC is an online assessment being developed by the Center for IDEA Early Childhood […]
DaSy Relationship Building in a Remote Work Environment for Effective TA
Scenario # 1 – Element #1 (Professional & Personal Connection) Strategies: Share expertise strategically Lead with generosity Be consistent Ask targeted questions Be personal Scenario: A DaSy TA provider has […]
The Early Childhood TA Response During the COVID-19 Crisis
We are all working to address the best way to proceed with our work and our personal lives. We have adopted the following principles as we continue to focus on the importance of relationships and embody the principle of flexibility and responsiveness to the needs of our clients
Putting Pizzazz in Online Meetings: Using Zoom for Data Presentations and Discussions
August 25, 2020 This was the first session of the DaSy Webinar Series: Engaging Stakeholders Virtually to Support Data Systems Work which focused on collecting, analyzing, and using data through […]
DaSy Statement on the 30th Anniversary of the ADA
On the 30th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act, DaSy continues the important work of ensuring equitable, inclusive educational opportunities for children with disabilities …
OSEP’s Fast Facts: Infants and Toddlers with Disabilities
In 2018-2019, 409,315 infants and toddlers, birth through age 2, with disabilities and their families received early intervention services under IDEA Part C. OSEP’s newest Fast Facts: Infants and Toddlers with Disabilities takes a closer look at what their data tells us about this population.
Responding to COVID-19: Ongoing Considerations for Part C Data Webinar
July 13, 2020 Disruptions caused by COVID-19 have impacted state IDEA Part C policies, procedures, and practices and continue to require innovative data collection responses and solutions. During this webinar […]
What DaSy2 Can Do for You! Webinar
June 22, 2020 The What DaSy 2 Can Do for You! webinar introduced current and upcoming technical assistance opportunities for states Part C and Part B 619 programs. DaSy shared […]