Hear from programs that have formed successful collaborative relationships with their IDEA partners and explore the innovative and effective activities these partners are engaging in.
Find effective strategies that teachers, home visitors, and coaches can use in their efforts to support children with disabilities or suspected delays. The webinars in this series include:
- Preventing Suspension and Expulsion of Children with Disabilities or Suspected Delays
- Supporting Interactions for Children with Disabilities or Suspected Delays
- Environments That Support High Quality Inclusion
This webinar covers effective partnership agreements and how to develop and maintain them. These agreements lead to productive relationships between Head Start programs and IDEA agencies.
This webinar discusses strategies for Head Start staff to build, support, and maintain collaborative relationships with Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) partners.
This Inclusion Series webinar explores powerful individualized strategies to support social and emotional learning for children with disabilities and suspected delays.
Explore what current research says about strategies to individualize instruction for children who are dual language learners (DLLs) who also have a disability.
As programs return to fully in-person services, it's important for program staff to partner with families of children with disabilities to ensure services and supports are meaningful and effective.
Explore how to bring Individualized Family Service Plans (IFSPs) and Individualized Education Programs (IEPs) to life. Learn ways to make them a genuine part of a child’s everyday routines in their learning environment, home, or community.
Discover how to help program staff think about ways to give children with disabilities or suspected delays access to a full range of learning experiences and activities.
Discover a range of resources online. Learn how to use these resources for professional development and training with Head Start education, disability services, and mental health staff.
In this webinar, learn about evidence-based instructional practices that support the development and learning of children with disabilities or suspected delays.