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NECTAC Webinar Series
Part C and Preschool National Picture:
What we Learned from Reviewing APR Indicators


November 10th and 30th, December 14th, 2010

NECTAC & ECO Staff: Joicey Hurth, Lynda Pletcher, Christina Kasprzak, Robin Rooney, Siobhan Colgan, Kathy Whaley and Debbie Cate


Updated: December 27, 2010

  • Thanks to everyone who attended this series. Recorded presentations and related materials are presented below.


Session 1: Timely services (C-1), Settings (C-2), and 45-day Timelines (C-7)

Presenter: Joicey Hurth and Lynda Pletcher
Date: Wednesday, November 10, 2010

The analysis of data states have submitted on Indicators C-1, C-2 and C-7 of their APRs provides a national perspective on the extent to which early Intervention services are provided within timelines and in natural environments. Presenters will show trend data, discuss continuing challenges, improvement activities and implications for policy makers, personnel preparation and service providers.


Session 2: Child Outcomes (C-3/B-7) and Family Outcomes (C-4)

Presenter: Christina Kasprzak, Robin Rooney and Siobhan Colgan
Date: Tuesday, November 30, 2010

The analysis of data states have submitted on Indicators C-3, C-4 and B-7 of their APRs provides a national perspective on child and family outcomes. Presenters will discuss the data and continuing challenges with data quality, and planning for the 2011 APR and revised SPP submission.


Session 3: Transition (C-8/B-12)

Presenter: Kathy Whaley and Debbie Cate
Date: Tuesday, December 14, 2010

The analysis of data states have submitted on the Early Childhood Transition Indicators C-8 and B-12 of their APRs provides a national perspective on the progress attained by states for specific regulatory dimensions for children transitioning from the Part C to the Part B program. The presentation will share multi-year trend data, challenges, improvement activities and implications for policy makers, administrators and front line staff.


For information regarding these calls, contact Joicey Hurth at (919) 962-7323 or joicey_hurth@unc.edu

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