Watch these short videos to learn about individualized instructional strategies, such as trial teaching and prompts, to help children with special needs obtain the skills and concepts they are trying to learn.
Check out these resources to learn about the role of specialists who work with families, education staff, program leadership, and other partners to systemically plan, implement, and evaluate the program’s coordinated approach to disabilities services. Resources here explain how the work of disabilities services coordinators results in the full and effective participation of children with disabilities and their families in all program services.
Read new documents to encourage Individual with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) collaboration between state agencies, local agencies, and Head Start programs.
Explore how disability services coordinators can support virtual consultation across all program options. Learn to help educators conduct successful online visits with families.
This chapter describes how to support families and their children through what is often an unfamiliar, and maybe scary, referral process.
The Disability Services Coordinator Orientation Guide will help programs strengthen coordinated approaches for children with disabilities and their families through the provision of quality services and support.
Listen as guest experts share resources to support children with disabilities and their families. Explore the webinars and related resources below.