Tag Archives: Data Linkages

Five Considerations for Potential Data Linking Partners

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Authors: Denise Mauzy & Bruce Bull, DaSy Part C and Part B 619 program personnel have many opportunities to link data with partner programs (e.g., early hearing detection and intervention, quality rating and improvement system). Data linking partnerships can yield significant benefits, such as administrative efficiencies and access to additional data to answer policy questions […]

Why Link Data?

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Authors: Denise Mauzy & Bruce Bull, DaSy There is no requirement for Part C or Part B 619 programs to link data with other programs, but some states do. Given the extra time and effort it takes, why do some programs pursue data linking? The ultimate goal of data linking is to better support children […]

2018 — The Future is Data Linking (Jan. 31)

During this one-hour webinar on data linking, DaSy will provide a high-level overview of the advantages, preparation for, and processes associated with linking Part C and 619 data with other early childhood data. We will also share an opportunity for up to six states to receive data linking TA from DaSy. State specific TA will […]

The Future is Data Linking

Part C and/or Part B 619 data sources: EDHI, MIECHV, SLDS, ECIDS, CAPTA, QRIS, IDEA agencies, Personnel, Finance

This webinar provided a high-level overview of the advantages, preparation for, and processes associated with linking Part C and 619 data with other early childhood data. States were offered an opportunity to receive specific TA to meet and assist states with their early childhood data linking. Presented by Denise Mauzy and Bruce Bull in January […]

Linking Data to Increase Access to Part C Services for Young Children who have Experienced Abuse or Neglect

Conference: Division for Early Childhood’s (DEC) 32nd Annual International Conference on Young Children with Special Needs and Their Families Date: October 2016 Presenters: Lisa Balivet, Kenneth Smith, Christy Scott, Lenita Hartman, Lorendia Schmidt, Haidee Bernstein, Kathleen Hebbeler, Donna Spiker, & Taletha Derrington The presentation shares information on the data linkages that Alaska and Colorado implemented […]

Linking Data to Increase Maltreated Children’s Access to Early Intervention in Alaska

Conference: The Maternal and Child Health Epidemiology (MCHE) Conference Date: September 2016 Presenter: Taletha Derrington, Lisa Balivet, Kenneth Smith, & Haidee Bernstein This presentation goes over the trends in referral, eligibility, evaluation, eligibility status, enrollment, and retention in EI services among Child-Welfare referred children in comparison to children referred by all other sources in pre- […]

Linking Transition Notification Data from Part C to Part B: Designing and Implementing Effective Data System Processes

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Presenters: Kathy Whaley (DaSy, ECTA), Barbara A. Dayal (KS State Dept of Education), Sarah Kate Johnson (WI Dept of Health Services), Bruce Bull (CIID, DaSy, IDC), Sarah Walters (IDC), & Nancy Fuhrman (WI State Dept of Public Instruction) This session discusses the IDEA Part C transition notification requirements for the disclosure of personally identifiable information […]

Using Integrated Data to Support the Transitions in Special Education

Conference: STATS-DC Date: July 2016 Presenters: Meredith Miceli, Missy Coffey, Sherry Franklin, Colleen Murphy, Kriste Elia, & Donna Johnson This 2016 presentation highlights current state approaches and describes how technical assistance is helping states link Part C and Part B data. Linked data can support providers in creating effective transitions and help state agencies see […]