Why is fiscal monitoring under IDEA so important? Fiscal monitoring is a major part of general supervision, and state lead agencies should have written procedures for identifying instances of and correcting for noncompliance.
Each Part C Lead Agency is responsible for the general administration and supervision of its early intervention system.
Support states in securing Medicaid coverage for telepractice as a method of service delivery beyond the public health emergency of the COVID-19 pandemic…
These video interviews recounting state stories, a planning tool, and related presentations are integrated components to maximize your learning and provide the information you need to be successful expanding coverage for Early Intervention.
For a Part C system, the fiscal data profile depicts demographic, service delivery, infrastructure, and administrative data in a variety of ways to make the fiscal data more comprehensible to […]
Released in October 2017, this tool kit provides general information on PFS and discusses important elements to consider during the feasibility phase of a PFS project. The tool kit gives […]
This online learning site is intended to help state Part C lead agency staff better understand strategic fiscal policy questions, the fiscal data elements needed to address those questions, and […]
Conference: Division for Early Childhood’s (DEC) 32nd Annual International Conference on Young Children with Special Needs and Their Families Date: October 2016 Presenter: Maureen Greer, Jamie Kilpatrick, Katy McCullough, Kellen […]
Presenters: Jamie Kilpatrick (DaSy), Catherine Hancock (VA Behavioral Health and Developmental Services), & Christy Scott (CDHS Office of Early Childhood) This session discusses the critical role of fiscal data and […]