Category Archives: ISEI2019

The Importance of a Strong Infrastructure in Providing Evidence-Based Early Intervention Practices

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Conference: International Society on Early Intervention Conference Date: June 2019 Presenters: Kathleen Hebbeler, Grace Kelly, Christina Kasprzak, Megan Vinh Many in early intervention (EI) have a deep understanding of service delivery and evidence-based practices but remain unaware of the critical role played by the system in which these services are embedded.  Infrastructure refers to the basic […]

Using Family Survey Data to Measure and Improve Early Intervention Systems and Services

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Conference: International Society on Early Intervention Conference Date: June 2019 Presenters: Kathy Hebbeler and Christina Kasprzak How do early intervention programs measure and improve outcomes for families served? This poster describes the survey methods used by the U.S. states, ten years of national family data, and the challenges and successes states have experienced with using family […]

Using Critical Questions to Drive System Improvement In Early Intervention

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Conference: International Society on Early Intervention Conference Date: June 2019 Presenters: Kathleen Hebbeler Good early intervention systems are built around strong infrastructure and consistent implementation of evidenced-based practices.  System leaders need ongoing access to high quality data to know that the infrastructure is strong and that high-quality practices are being implemented.  To support states in […]