Using the Preschool Development Grants (PDG) to Build Inclusive Systems

The Preschool Development Grants (PDG) present an opportunity for states to build more coordinated, inclusive state systems to better address the needs of all young children and their families including those with disabilities. Come learn about how Part C and Part B 619 state agencies are contributing to the PDG efforts in their states. This session also will provide opportunities to share and hear state plans, accomplishments, and challenges in using PDG to support improved services and outcomes for children with disabilities.

(Presentation available soon)


Susan ConnorSusan Connor
Director of the Illinois Early Intervention Program, Illinois
Kristy DoanKristy Doan
Part B/619 Coordinator, Illinois
Ann FreiburgAnn Freiburg
Part C Coordinator, Illinois
Richard GonzalesRichard Gonzales
Federal staff, Administration for Children, Youth and Families
Janette GuerraJanette Guerra
Section Chief, Early Childhood Intervention; Maryland Department of Education
Kathleen HebbelerKathleen Hebbeler
DaSy Center Co-Director, DaSy
Noel KeltyNoel Kelty
Part C Coordinator, Michigan
Ann KremerAnn Kremer
Project Director, Early Choices ISBE
Lori OrrLori Orr
Policy Director Cross-Systems PD & Program Enhancements, Illinois Office of Early Childhood Development
Mary PetersMary Peters
Lisa WasaczLisa Wasacz
Part B/619 Coordinator, Michigan