November and December Talks on Tuesdays Webinar

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In Virginia, assessment teams are required to use the Decision Tree at entry, annual IFSP and exit to determine the child outcome summary statement that represents a child's functioning in each of the child outcome areas.  Are you wondering how the decision tree can help your team?  Join us for this 2-part interactive webinar series to get answers.

Part 1 (November) of the series will encourage participants to consider how the Decision Tree can support a consistent thinking, discussion and decision-making process for comparing a child's functioning in the three outcome areas to that of same age peers.  Teaming and family engagement in that process will be emphasized with concrete, practical examples based on one local system's use of the decision tree to improve these aspects of their team assessment and child outcome summary processes.

Part 2 (December) of the series will give participants the opportunity to increase their skills and confidence in using the Decision Tree through scenario-based practice with the Decision Tree and discussion around common questions associated with the use of it.  

You will automatically be registered for the December 4, 2018 Talks on Tuesdays webinar when registering for November. 
M EET THE PRESENTERS:  

Kylad Patterson Kyla Patterson
Kyla has a master's degree in early intervention.  She is the Early Intervention Team Leader with the Infant & Toddler Connection of Virginia state office, where she has worked for 23 years. Prior to that, she provided service coordination and developmental services and worked in both community and hospital-based programs. 




Lisa Terry
Lisa Terry
Lisa provides support for the design and implementation of professional development activities for early intervention providers and administrators in Virginia. She has worked in early intervention for over 7 years as an educator, service coordinator, and clinical supervisor.  Lisa began her career as a home visitor focused on increasing parent-child interactions. She has been a participant with the State of Virginia's State Systemic Improvement Plan (SSIP) on functional assessment and coaching. 
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