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1 - Overview: Mission and Key Principles of Early Intervention

This course covers the mission of Part C early intervention. Upon completion of this course, you will increase your knowledge of the 7 Key Principles of early intervention and learn what each principle looks like and doesn't look like.

This course takes 1 hour to complete.

2 - The Early Intervention Process

This course includes two modules: Ben's Journey through the Early Intervention Process and Writing Functional IFSP Outcomes and Goals. In the first module, you will learn about the early intervention process by following Ben's family from initial referral through transition. The second module focuses on tips and strategies for well-written outcomes and goals.

This course takes 4 hours to complete.

3 - Effective Practices for Implementing Early Intervention

This course addresses effective practices for implementing evidence-based early intervention (EI). The modules in this course cover: 1) family-centered practices, 2) providing EI in everyday routines and activities, and 3) supporting caregiver learning during EI visits.

This course takes 3 hours to complete.

4 - Responsibilities of Early Intervention Practitioners

This course covers essential responsibilities of all early intervention practitioners. Topics include: teaming and collaboration, confidentiality and professional boundaries, safety, abuse and neglect, contact note documentation and procedural safeguards.

This course takes 5 hours to complete.

5 - Child Development

This course will explore child development from birth to age three. Professionals who work with young children and their families must have a foundational knowledge of child development from birth to three years. Specifically, the course content covers the following ages: birth to 3 months, 4 to 7 months, 8 to 12 months, 13 to 17 months, 18 to 24 months, and 24 to 36 months.

This course takes 2 hours to complete.

6 - Authentic Assessment for Early Intervention

This course addresses authentic assessment in early intervention (EI). The lessons include: 1) What is Authentic Assessment, 2) Understanding Why, 3) Who, Where, When, and Within, and 4) Putting It All Together.

This course takes 2 hours to complete.