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Creating Effective Partnerships to improve early identification: IDEA Early Intervention and Early Childhood Programs and LTSAE Ambassadors - Shared screen with speaker view
Casey Ragsdale
20:17
Hello everyone!! I hope y’all are having a great day!
Michelle Staley
20:32
Hello!! From New Mexico!
Starlett Baldwin
20:38
Hello everyone!
Jodi VanNieuwenhuyze
20:51
Hello!!
Samantha Davis
21:07
Hello!
Hilda M Rivera Negrón
21:17
Hello 👋🏽 from Puerto Rico
Deana Buck
21:21
hello from Richmond, VA!
Stephanie Coleman
21:27
Hello from sunny Kansas!!
Hilary Mahon
21:33
Hello from Portland, Oregon!
Jen Hall-Lande
21:35
Hello from chilly Minnesota!
Faith Rivera
21:37
hello from Texas!
Deana Buck
21:39
Hi, Evelyn!
Melissa Cox
21:44
Hello to all.
Maggie Gons
21:46
Hello from Columbus, OH!
Melissa Crist
21:48
Hello from Idaho!
Rachel Freedman
22:00
Hi everyone, my name is Rachel Freedman and I am a Board Certified Behavior Analyst at the Wyoming Institute for Disabilities (WIND), which is the UCEDD for the state of Wyoming. I am also finishing up my PhD in Special Education with an emphasis in Autism Spectrum Disorder at the University of Idaho.
Jen Doris
22:05
Hi everyone!
Michelle Lafont
22:07
Hello from New Mexcio
Ana Marie Ríos
22:10
Hello from PR
Michelle Laclaustra Vidot
22:26
Hello from Puerto Rico
Kerian Duncan
22:51
hello from Wyoming!!
Shama Felix
22:53
hello from Colorado
Caroline Roestel
23:19
Hi from Chicago!
Patricia Sprauve
23:41
Hello from the Virgin Islands
Danielle Webber
24:21
Welcome, great to see such great geographic representation and such a variety of organizations with us on the line today!
Danielle Webber
30:16
Please feel welcome to submit questions at any time through the chat box for our presenters.
Alice CT Part C Coordinator
34:06
AND these are point in time data only about children with an IFSP.... Birth cohort is closer to 10-11%
Melissa Cox
35:43
Question please. Will we be able to print this presentation?
Danielle Webber
37:01
The slides and a video archive of the webinar will be sent directly to all registrants!
Constance Young
37:54
Oh thank you! That would be wonderful. So much terrific information! I can't keep it all in my head :)
Shannon Rivas
38:48
People are spending so much money to send children with disabilities to preschool....
Danielle Webber
44:29
Please let us know if you have questions for our presenters from the ECTA Center and DaSy-all of our presenters will remain on the line for a Q&A session following the presentation.
Deana Buck
44:53
can you share the memorandum of agreement?
Faith Rivera
45:58
We are rolling out a deputy ambassador program in Texas, good to hear it has worked well in RI! What supports do you all offer deputy ambassadors and how do you keep them engaged?
Faith Rivera
46:42
do you only use deputy ambassadors with early intervention or with other programs too?
Jodi VanNieuwenhuyze
48:54
do the trainings happen yearly to account for staff that leave who may have been ambassadors
Jennifer Zubler
50:32
Nice roadmap for providers!
Shannon Rivas
51:01
Any child can be diagnosed with autism at a young age, mainly by the age of two depending on the diagnosis?
Faith Rivera
51:09
can this poster be shared?
Ben Sanders
51:36
How about reaching out to Family Practice providers?
Christine Craft
52:07
Many of our doctor's offices right now are not doing 'waiting rooms' per se, but having families wait in the car. Have to get creative right now to still get this info to them!
Jennifer Kaufman
52:09
Ben, they were included as well.
Ben Sanders
52:22
Cool!
Shannon Rivas
52:56
It's impossible that a four-year old child with autism should eat lots of fruit and veggies, not junk food? Correct?
Danielle Webber
54:06
We are getting close to the end of the presentation, please get your questions in for our presenters!
Rachel Freedman
55:59
Question for the Rhode Island presenters: What types of supports (e.g., counseling, parent support group, help with referrals to autism specialty service providers) do the EI Programs offer for families who have recently received an ASD diagnosis for their child? How have those supports changed due to the COVID-19 pandemic?
Patricia Blasco
01:02:27
Is anyone evaluating how parents are feeling about coaching and online EI services at this time?
Karen Burkett
01:02:34
Question: What was the response from the outpatient primary care practices/providers to the materials and home grown materials provided? part 2 of the question, what was included in the follow up to 75 practices?
Shama Felix
01:04:22
are these screening tools something that parents can use as well?
Deana Buck
01:05:58
thanks!!
Jen Hall-Lande
01:06:24
I would love to receive a copy of the MOU as well.
Jennifer Zubler
01:11:17
Great family support and education provided by RI after a diagnosis is made, who funds the 5 and 8 week programs family voices?
Rachel Freedman
01:12:19
Great question, Jennifer Z. The specialized services and training courses offered through The Autism Project in Rhode Island sound amazing!
Jennifer Kaufman
01:15:10
Jennifer Z. The Autism project is a non-profit and they have aggressive fundraising efforts to keep things very inexpensive and free for families when possible.
Haidee Bernstein
01:16:26
I worked on the list- if you want more information
melanie callen
01:16:47
can you post the link for the table of remote administration tools
melanie callen
01:17:05
thank you
Danielle Webber
01:17:50
https://ectacenter.org/~pdfs/topics/earlyid/screening-tools-remote-administration.pdf
Jen Hall-Lande
01:19:34
Thank you so much! Great resources
Cindy Weigel
01:19:38
Thank you very much!
Ben Sanders
01:19:41
Thank you!