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Building Comprehensive Systems of Personnel Development for those Serving Infants, Toddlers, and Young Children with Disabilities and their Families

We provide TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE to build components of a statewide early childhood CSPD for the following audiences.

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Part C & B/619 Coordinators

Leadership competencies

Team building

Action planning

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IHE Faculty

Align personnel preparation programs to national standards

Embed recommended practices into course syllabi

Use adult learning principles when teaching

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Doctoral Students

Leadership and evidence based personal practices

Supporting research for personal preparation

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State PD Staff

Use adult learning principles

Align inservice with preservice

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Families

State team building

Participate in statewide personnel development activities

Teach future and current practitioners

State Information

Personnel Standards by
Discipline and State


Looking for information about personnel standards for professional
disciplines serving children with disabilities from birth to five years
and their families in your state?

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Institutes of Higher Education
Early Childhood Programs


Looking for information about certificate and degree programs in
early childhood, early childhood special education, and blended
programs in your state?

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ECPC Technical
Assistance States


To date the ECPC Center has provided technical assistance to thirty
three states across the U.S. To view which states we have assisted
click on the map above.

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Upcoming Events

  1. Nov 17 Academy of Pediatric Physical Therapy Annual Conference12:00am
  2. Nov 17 AUCD Annual Conference12:00am
  3. Nov 20 NAEYC 2019 Conference12:00am
  4. Nov 21 ASHA Convention 201912:00am
  5. Feb 12 American Physical Therapy Association Combined Sections Meeting12:00am
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State early childhood intervention systems: on building comprehensive systems of personnel development

Families: on leadership competencies for participating in statewide personnel development activities

 

Higher education faculty: on aligning personnel preparation programs, coursework, and practica to national disciplinary and cross disciplinary standards.

State Part B/619 and Part C coordinators: on leadership competencies, team building, action planning, and evaluation

Early Childhood CSPD

Competent High Quality Workforce

Optimal Child and Family Outcomes