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The Illinois State Board of Education and the Illinois Department of Human Services developed this standardized training to address the requirements of the federal law, Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act (IDEA) to ensure a smooth and effective transition process is in place for children and their families who will be transitioning from Early Intervention into Early Childhood Special Education. This training will cover requirements regarding timeline, role responsibilities, transition process meetings, state forms, as well as vital partnerships, collaborative…Find out more »
Toilet training can sometimes be a difficult task of knowing when your child is ready, how to begin the process, and what tips and tricks would be helpful to know. In this one-hour training, you will be introduced to some ideas and strategies. Resources will also be shared. We welcome you to join us on “Our Trip to Successful Toilet Training”. No credit will be given for this training. This webinar is in collaboration with Williamson County Early Childhood Cooperative,…Find out more »
This session will describe how evidence-based practices for you children with autism are identified. Evidence-based practices will be reviewed and the process for selecting evidence-based practices to address a target skill or behavior will be described. Case examples and opportunities for practices and reflection will be provided. This is the first part of a two-part series with Dr. Ann Sam. As a suggested continuation of Dr. Ann Sam's two-part series, you may want to register for her Reviewing the AFIRM…Find out more »
Participants will learn about free online modules and resources designed to assist early intervention providers and preschool teachers in selecting and using evidence-based practices with young children with autism and their caregivers. Modules include information on how to plan for, use, and monitor evidence-based practices. Resources will be shared with participants. Participants may benefit from attending "Selecting Evidenced-Base Practices" before attending this session. Participation is suggested by not required. Note: Approximately three weeks before the webinar, registrants will receive an…Find out more »