Kevin Marks and Hollie Hix-Small (2007) PowerPoint presentation amended from a doctoral dissertation originally presented by Hollie Hix-Small, PhD. Provides information on why, where, and when to do developmental screening.
This resource consists of an outline and the PowerPoint slide images of the Social/Emotional Screening and Referral program, a 1.5 hour Continuing Medical Education training program designed to be presented in the office/clinic setting to all staff by a trained healthcare provider
(Alaska ABCD Project, 2007) This flow chart from Alaska provides a template for how a state or community can structure the referral process for services or support to address a potential developmental delay.
(Edward Schor: The Commonwealth Fund, 2005) This presentation by Edward Schor at the UPIQ Social Emotional Learning Collaborative held in Lehi, Utah, May 20, 2005 provides information on the consequences of early childhood developmental problems and the value of early intervention, along with opportunities for community partnership to support healthy child development.
(Utah ABCD Project, 2005) Informational handout summarizing issues related to Part C Early Intervention Programs and suggesting options for advocacy, helping families and further information
(Utah ABCD Project, 2005) Informational handout summarizing issues related to Early Head Start and suggesting options for advocacy, helping families and further information.
(Colorado Early Childhood Connections, 2007) Flow chart for Early Intervention Referral Process showing responsibilities of health care provider’s office, Part C Early Childhood Connections, and where responsibilities overlap.
(North Carolina ABCD Project, 2006) This survey was designed to enable North Carolina staff who were conducting Quality Improvement trainings to gain an understanding of health care providers’ views on, and experience with, developmental screening and referral
Beth Wildman, Ali Kizilbush, William Smucker. Arch Fam Med 1999;8(5):440. This report examines whether parental disclosure of concerns was a better predictor for physician identification of child psychosocial problems than was the presence of child behavior problems. (From overview)
Infant and Toddler Connection of Virginia, 2013. Fact sheet for providers about who may be eligible for referral to Early Intervention and a list of EI agencies. (Accompanies Referral Form, on State Resources tracker)