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Early Childhood

Early Childhood . Michelle Reeves. Developmental Delay. 34 CFR § 300.8 Child with a Disability

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Early Childhood

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  1. Early Childhood Michelle Reeves

  2. Developmental Delay • 34 CFR § 300.8 Child with a Disability • (b) Children aged 3-9 experiencing developmental delays. The term child with a disability for children three-nine (or any subset of that age range, including ages three through five), may subject to the conditions described in §300.111(b), include a child (1) who is experiencing developmental delays, as defined by the State and as measured by appropriate diagnostic instruments and procedures, in one or more of the following areas: physical development, cognitive development, communication development, social or emotional development, or adaptive development.

  3. Physical • Gross motor • Kicking or throwing a ball • Walking/Running • Fine motor • Writing/coloring • Fasteners • Cutting

  4. Cognitive • IQ scores • Achievement scores • Meaningful activities • Problem solving • Retaining information • Processing time

  5. Communication • Language • Expressive and receptive • Pragmatics • Articulation • Sounds • Fluency • Stuttering

  6. Social/Emotional • Behavioral • Making and keeping friends • Expressing emotions

  7. Adaptive • Daily living or self-help skills • Toileting • Dressing self • Feeding self • Drinking

  8. Eligibility • 1.5 SDs below the mean in two areas • 2.0 SDs below the mean in one area • or Automatic qualifiers for SoonerStart

  9. Early Intervention-Part C • Ages 0-3: Early Intervention (SoonerStart) • Referrals can come from anyone • Screening, then evaluation • Automatic qualifiers

  10. Early Intervention-Part C • Resource Coordinators • Occupational Therapists • Physical Therapists • Child Development Specialists • IFSP-Individual Family Service Plan • Focuses on the family

  11. Early Intervention-Part C • What it is: • Goals and outcomes for the family • Services provided in natural environments (i.e. family’s home, child care, restaurants) • Routines Based Intervention (RBI) • What it’s not: • Services provided solely to the child • Only addresses issues pertaining to the child • Someone telling the family what to do without asking for input

  12. Part C to Part B Transition • SoonerStart Responsibilities • 27-33 months • Notification to the Local Education Agency (LEA) • Transition Planning Conference (TPC)

  13. Part C to Part B Transition • LEA’s responsibilities • Attend TPC • Set up time for evaluation • Eligibility meeting • IEP

  14. Developmental delay-Part B • Ages 3-9 • Does not include sensory disabilities such as hearing impairment/deafness or visual impairment/blindness • IEP-Individualized Education Program • Focuses on the child

  15. What does this look like? • Developmentally Delayed (DD) preschool class • Speech-Language Pathologist, Occupational Therapy, or Physical Therapy services • Private or public preschool • Resource room • Self-contained classroom • Community activities

  16. Child Outcome summary forms • Tracks entry and exit skills • Best practice: use 2 or more sources of information • Child must receive 6 months of services • http://ok.gov/sde/early-childhood-special-education

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