This job aid outlines the roles and responsibilities of an EI Service Coordinator in Pennsylvania. You will learn more about how to individualize SC services. Determining the frequency of Service Coordination services, where to document as well as what activities to capture in an IFSP will also be covered.  

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This job aid will walk through why documentation of service coordination activities is important and how to document quality SC notes.The presentation lasts approximately 25 minutes .


No credit hours

Intended Audience

Infant/Toddler Service Coordinators


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Description: This is a four-part series on supporting families who are homeless that was offered by the Bureau of Early Intervention Services and Family Supports through Early Intervention Technical Assistance with Dr. Grace Whitney as the presenter. This series captures the information shared during these webinars in a self-guided format. Although the webinars were intended for Infant/Toddler Service Coordinators, there is valuable information for other professionals related to supporting children and their families experiencing homelessness. Each session can be taken as a stand-alone course for .75 Infant/Toddler Clock hours or you may choose to take several courses for .75 credit hours each. You will receive 3 Infant/Toddler Clock hours in total if you complete all four sessions. 

Dr. Grace Whitney will present four sessions on this topic including 1) Definitions and Federal/State Regulations, 2) Developmental Impact on Children, 3) Outreach Strategies, 4) Supporting Needs of Families. 

Credits: 3 Infant/Toddler clock hours 

Intended Audience: Infant/Toddler Service Coordinators, Early Intervention Providers, SC Supervisors, Pennsylvania Early Childhood programs. 

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This course is a self-enrollment course and is not eligible for Act 48 credit hours.