This checklist has been developed by the EHDI Outcomes Committee as a resource for state Part C and EHDI staff to use as they develop Data Sharing Agreements, consistent with the federal requirements under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) and Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA).
OSEP, with the collaboration and support of ECTA Center and DaSy Center (for Sections II and III), developed this voluntary self-assessment tool to help Local Education Agencies (LEAs) strengthen their child find system with the goal of ensuring children eligible for special education and related services are referred and enrolled.
Partnerships between the Early Hearing Detection and Intervention (EHDI) program and Part C of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) program can support and improve outcomes for children who are deaf or hard of hearing (DHH) and their families. Collaboration between these programs is specified in the IDEA Part C Regulations
Developed to help states determine if all required fields in the SPP/APR platform have been completed and all relevant, required content is addressed for each indicator.
In this session, participants explored mutual partnerships and data sharing between state Part C and Early Hearing Detection and Intervention (EHDI) programs. Presenters summarizes key data reporting requirements, information from federal technical assistance centers, and resources developed by the EHDI Outcomes Data Committee.
In this session, participants learned about three Office of Special Education Programs-funded Child Find Model Demonstration projects and approaches to working with states and communities to improve child find systems and promote equity in access to Part C. Presenters highlighted three models for child find and discuss how stakeholder engagement and data can enhance system improvement efforts.
Conference: DEC & ISEI Joint Conference 2022 Date: September 28, 2022 Presenter: Patricia Blasco, Evelyn Shaw, and Kathryn Morrison This presentation described background information on children born at low birth […]
This presentation reviewed the Child Find Self-Assessments (CFSAs) for Part C and Part B 619. Presenters shared an overview of the tools, which focus on statutory requirements, best practices, and resources. Presenters highlighted the process for using the tools and similarities and differences in the CFSAs for Part C and Part B 619.
Tools designed by DaSy and ECTA to support the collection, review, and improvement of child find systems including 618 data, including the OSEP Part B 619 Child Find Self-Assessment (CFSA), OSEP Part C Child Find Self-Assessment (CFSA), Part C Child Find Funnel Chart Tool, Identifying Meaningful Differences in Child Find Calculator, and Contributing Factor Tool.
The "SPP/APR Basics, What You Need to Know" training series is a collection of self-directed modules that provide a basic understanding of the IDEA Part C and Part B 619 State Performance Plan/Annual Performance Report (SPP/APR) indicators and their requirements.