Families First for Parents of Children in Early Intervention
Posted by on May 21, 2004
Great Opportunity for Parents of Children in Early Intervention!
A FREE ONE DAY FAMILY EMPOWERMENT TRAINING ON THE BASICS OF EARLY INTERVENTION
Are You Interested In?
? Learning more about the early intervention system;
? Meeting other families whose children receive services;
? Feeling better about your child’s future; and
? Becoming a equal member in your child’s Indvidualized Education Plan (IEP) or Individualized Family Services Plan (IFSP)
Then, Families First is for YOU!!
June 26th , 2004
Joseph E. Coleman NorthWest Regional Library
68 West Chelten Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19144-2795
Start at 10:00 AM and ends at 3:00 PM.
There is no charge for this training.
Lunch will be provided.
Some of the Topics Covered
? How Laws Define Early Intervention Services
? Best Practices in Early Intervention ? Are We Getting the Best for Our Children
? Future Plans ? Creating a Vision for Your Child
? Building Your Child’s Team ? How to Include Your Vision into Your Child’s IEP/IFSP
Families First was developed and is taught by parents of children in early intervention in partnership with nationally recognized professionals through the Philadelphia Interagency Coordinating Council. Families First is sponsored by Philadelphia Mental Retardation Services and Elwyn Inc. through the Philadelphia Teaching and Learning Collaborative (TLC) and the Institute on Disabilities at Temple University.
Space is limited ? To register by phone or for more info. call: Michelle at the Institute on Disabilities at 215-204-8280. Childcare reimbursement is available for those with children in Early Intervention.
WIN DOOR PRIZES!!!!
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