COURSES FOR EARLY INTERVENTION PROVIDERS

We offer online courses for early intervention providers working with children, ages birth to three, with developmental delay or disabilities and their families. Courses are rooted in current research and recommended practice. 

How it Works

Courses are all online and asynchronous, meaning there is no scheduled time for meeting online. Courses include readings, videos, online discussion boards, and job-embedded activities. The course is completed in your own time. Each course takes approximately 30 hours to complete.

 

To access the course, you will need to create a free account at Schoology.com and register as a student. Once you register for a course below, you will be given the access code to join the course in Schoology. Simply make your way through each of the modules.

 

Upon completing the course, if you would like a certificate of completion, you will complete an assessment and verify the number of hours you spent in the course and its associated activities. Once you pass the assessment, and your hours and payment are verified, you receive a certificate of completion.

Credit

In order to receive credit from Ohio's Early Intervention System for participation, you must spend at least 30 hours in each course and its associated activities. Remember to count not only the time in front of your computer reading and watching the videos, but also the time you engage in planning, carrying out, and reflecting on the job-embedded activities. If you are interested in our registering the course with a different state's early intervention system, contact us.

Fees for Participation

The fee for participation in each course is $50. A link is available in the registration form to pay via Paypal.

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COURSES

Teaming in Early Intervention

The purpose of this course is to provide participants with the tools needed to work collaboratively and effectively on multidisciplinary teams and with families in order to support families who qualify for early intervention services.

 

Modules include: 

√ Fundamentals

√ Frequency/Intensity of Services

√ Planning Home Visits

Effective Functional Assessment

The purpose of this course is to provide participants with the tools needed to successfully implement voluntary family assessments and developmental assessment in order to support intervention planning with families who qualify for early intervention services.

 

Modules include: 

√ Fundamentals

√ Family Ecology

√ Functional Assessment

High-Quality IFSP Development

The purpose of this course is to provide participants with the tools needed to develop meaningful and high-quality IFSPs with families of children who qualify for early intervention services.

 

Modules include: 

√ Fundamentals

√ Writing Goals

√ Interdisciplinary Strategies

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