SPOTLIGHT

Scorecard Webinar for Local Birth Through Five Program Leaders (5/1/12)

IFSP Enhancements Webinar Resources (2/28/12)

Family Outcomes Webinar Resources (2/12/12)

La OSEP español Glosario del Proyecto

The Importance of Early Intervention for Infants and Toddlers with Disabilities and their Families Fact Sheet

Birth to 3: A Guide to Early Intervention Services in Maryland- Research shows that early intervention makes a difference!   This guide is a valuable resource that helps families understand early intervention services in Maryland.  It is available in 15 different languages!

Keep up-to-date with Technical Assistance Bulletins from MSDE.

Making the Most of Playtime - A resource for families developed by the Center on the Social and Emotional Foundations for Early Learning.

The Early Intervention Family Survey – Frequently Asked Questions provides families and service providers with specific information about the Early Intervention Family Survey.  Click here to download the English or Spanish version. 

Check out the Maryland Assistive Technology Network's case studies to see how the AT Cycle has been utilized in schools with students with a range of disabilities. Be sure to click on Meet Carlos, to read about a 2-year old's unique needs and situation.

Early Head Start National Resource Center (EHS - NRC) Building Blocks (Webcast series)


Thinking Guide to Inclusive Childcare: A must-read for those who care about young people with and without disabilities

The Evaluation and Assessment Module (Birth to Three) of the Early Childhood Tutorial is a comprehensive resource to help you understand evaluation and assessment as a critical part of the IFSP process.

 



1. First Signs
2. IDEA Partnership's Collaborative Work on Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD)
3. Professional Development Calendar of Events
4. Assistive Technologies
5. SEFEL


EC Gateway

Developed through a partnership of the Maryland State Department of Education Division of Special Education and Early Intervention Services and the Johns Hopkins University Center for Technology in Education with funding from the U.S. Department of Education, IDEA Part B/C.