The COVID-19 pandemic presented unique challenges for states’ Part C and Part B 619 data collection and reporting. The spring 2021 State of the States survey provides a snapshot of the types of data states and territories were able to collect during the early stage of the pandemic (between late 2020 and early 2021) and how they collected the data. Lessons learned from the pandemic can help states improve data collection around telehealth services and prepare for future data disruptions, such as natural disasters.
The OSEP-funded Early Childhood Technical Assistance (TA) Centers are pleased to announce a variety of new and ongoing opportunities to build individual and state capacity around implementation of IDEA 0-5 in 2023.
DaSy collects comprehensive information on the status of Part C and Part B 619 data systems through the State of the States survey, which comprises a survey of Part C […]
Conference: National Research Conference on Early Childhood (NRCEC) Date: June 2022 Presenters: Nancy Perez, Kathleen Hebbeler, Grace Kelley, Cornelia Taylor This poster reports responses for 50 states, DC, and Puerto […]
Conference: Early Hearing Detection and Intervention Conference Date: March 2022 Presenters: Haidee Bernstein, Karl White, Evelyn Shaw, Sharon Walsh The goal of this session was to help participants (1) Increase their […]
This DaSy report presents a comprehensive look at the status of Part C and Part B 619 state data systems in 2019. It includes what data states are collecting, what […]
This DaSy brief presents how Part C and Part B 619 state data systems changed on 10 key indicators of a high-quality data system (see more information on the indicators) […]
The OSEP-funded Early Childhood Technical Assistance (TA) Centers are pleased to announce a variety of new and ongoing opportunities to build individual and state capacity around implementation of IDEA 0-5. […]
To address the impact of privacy regulations on the exchange of information among EHDI, Part C, health providers, and families, NCHAM has gathered information from various states regarding how they facilitate the exchange of information with other EHDI stakeholders.
The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) requires states to monitor and enforce IDEA Part C and Part B requirements, with a primary focus on those requirements that are most closely related to improving results and functional outcomes for infants, toddlers, and children with disabilities.