Tag Archives: Personally Identifiable Information (PII)

Linking EHDI and Part C Data Webinar

August 28, 2019 This interactive webinar highlights stories from Part C Coordinators who have or are developing collaborative data sharing agreements that allow them to share Part C data with their Early Hearing Detection and Intervention Program (EHDI). This webinar also allows participants to express their challenges and/or issues and as a group and brainstorm […]

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

Screen shot: Transition Notification Spotlight slide

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 […]

IDEA and FERPA Privacy Provisions: Understanding the Basics

Conference: Division for Early Childhood Date: October 2015 Presenters: Ross Lemke & Sharon Walsh This 2015 DEC conference presentation informs viewers of the privacy provisions under IDEA Part C, IDEA Part B, and FERPA. It covers the basics surrounding the legal requirements surrounding the protection of personally identifiable information of children with disabilities and where […]

Access to and Examination of Records

Logo: Center for Parent Information and Resources (hands)

This 2015 training module takes a detailed look at a parent’s rights to access and examine the early intervention records of their child. It includes a slideshow presentation, trainer’s guide explaining all content, speakers notes, and multiple handouts. Published by: National Dissemination Center for Children with Disabilities (NICHCY) Access to and Examination of Records Online […]

Data De-identification: An Overview of Basic Terms

This 2014 document is intended to assist early intervention service programs and providers and preschool special education programs and agencies in maintaining compliance with privacy and confidentiality requirements under IDEA and FERPA. It reviews the terminology used to describe data de-identification as well as related concepts and approaches; provides general best practice de-identification strategies for […]