Parent Contact Update
-February 2019-
 
Each month Parent Contacts receive these updates . Please feel free to share the information in them with your service coordinator and other families you may know in EI.
Did you know...

it's not to late to join us at the Federation for Children with Special Needs Visions of Community Conference on March 9th? 
It  is happening in Boston, and will have over 25 workshops in six different languages. There will also be TONS of exhibitors and vendors. Check out the offerings on the Federation's website hereThe EIPLP can help you pay for your conference registration! Contact Liz  for details at 413-586-7525 x 3116. 

Did you know...

we have a private Facebook group for EI Parent Contacts? We hear that some Parent Contacts want a way to connect, but that traveling to meet can be hard.  If you want a way to talk with other Parent Contacts, and are on Facebook, click here . You can also  search for the " EIPLP Parent Contacts " group. It is a "private" group, so you will need to submit a request to join. All current Parent Contacts will be approved .  

Did you know...

you can still submit your Parent Contact Survey? Twice a year the EIPLP asks all Parent Contacts to fill out a brief survey. The information helps us think about the how we reach parents, and the opportunities we share. Please take a few minutes and complete it today. Thank you!

Did you know...?

Family-Centered Services is a system philosophy which bases decisions with each family on the unique culture, values, priorities, and routines of that family.
  
We love that you are here!

Parent Contacts are an important part of the Massachusetts Early Intervention System. Parent Contacts are parents and guardians of children receiving EI services who volunteer to receive information from the EIPLP and share it with other families. If your child is no longer receiving services, or you no longer wish to be the Parent Contact for your EI program, please let us know by calling 
1-877-353-4757 or emailing eiplp@live.com so that we can identify another family from your program.