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State Variations in the Child Outcome Summary Form Process
Lisa Balivet (AK) Part C Christine Demer (WY) B-5 August 2007 Baltimore, MD
About Alaska Decision to use the COSF Received a GSEG in 2004 Stakeholder process Pilot process
About Wyoming Birth-5 system Decision to use the COSF When data collection started
How and why did you adapt the ECO Child Outcome Summary Form (COSF) to fit your state?
How are you defining “near entry” and “near exit”?
What State guidance and/or local practices exist related to teaming/collaboration to complete the COSF?
What State guidance and/or local practices exist related to who must take the lead or responsibility to ensure COSF is completed for each child?
How and when is the child outcomes measurement process explained to families?
What is the role of the family in the child outcomes measurement process?
What additional state guidance or support has been developed for providers?
What is your COSF data entry and submission process?
What data and/or feedback do you have to-date about how the COSF process is working?
Approaches for Converting Assessment Data to the OSEP Outcome Categories Approaches for Converting Assessment Data to the OSEP Outcome Categories NECTAC.
Engaging Families in NH’s Part C Child and Family Outcomes Systems Presented by: Michelle Lewis (Parent, ICC Vice Chair, New Hampshire PTI)
The State of New Hampshire’s Family Involvement with the Child Outcomes Process.
Measuring Child and Family Outcomes Baltimore, MD 2008 Child Outcomes Measurement: Practices at the Local Level Amanda Faulkner, Frontier Community Services.
1 Assuring the Quality of Data from the Child Outcomes Summary Form.
Delaware Child Outcomes Part C and 619 Collaboration Measuring Child and Family Outcomes July 30, 2010 Arlington, Virginia.
NCMP Collecting…Validating… Sharing Robert Dobson & Peter Knighton.
What Did North Carolina Learn From Child Outcomes Pilots ? Sherry Franklin, NC Part C Quality Improvement Unit Manager Steve Snipes, NC Part C Program.
Including Parents In Alaska Child Outcomes. Alaska Child Outcomes Development Summer 2005 – General Supervision Enhancement Grant (GSEG) Infant & Toddler.
1 Early Childhood and Accountability OSEP’s Project Director’s Meeting August 2006.
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PREKINDERGARTEN DISABILITIES CONTACT MEETING MAY 9-10, 2012 Guidance Update for the BDI-2.
1 Birth to 3 Child Outcomes Maryland’s Approach to Converting Assessment Data to OSEP Outcome Categories August 28, 2007 Deborah Metzger
1 Training Strategies and Resources for States Using the Child Outcomes Summary Form Saundra Harrington (VA) Part C Mary Peters (WI) Section 619 Chelsea.
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Quality Assurance: Looking for Quality Data 1 I know it is in here somewhere Presented by The Early Childhood Outcomes Center Revised January 2013.
Getting Better All the Time Assuring the Quality of COSF Data Andy Gomm: New Mexico Part C Jane Atuk: Alaska Part C Lisa Backer: Minnesota Part C & 619.
Target Setting For Indicator #7 Child Outcomes WDPI Stakeholder Group December 16, 2009 Ruth Chvojicek Statewide Child Outcomes Coordinator 1 OSEP Child.
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1 Collaboration Across Part C and 619 on Child Outcomes Measuring Child and Family Outcomes.
1 Early Intervention Monitoring Wyoming DDD April 2008 Training.
N.C. Division of Public Health, Early Intervention Branch, January 2010 Introduction to the Child Outcomes Summary Form (COSF) Professional Development.
QSR/Practice Overview © Human Systems & Outcomes, Inc., 2010 Reviewing & Refining Our Practice: Applying Disciplined Inquiry to Case Practice to Improve.
1 Assuring the Quality of your COSF Data. 2 What factors work to improve the quality of your data? What factors work to lessen the quality of your data?
Child and Family Outcomes Chapter 2: Evaluator Entry Information.
Michigan Part C and Part B Collaboration Noel Cole and Lisa Wasacz, Consultants Michigan Department of Education Office of Early Childhood Education and.
Child and Family Outcomes Chapter 13: Service Provider Exit Information.
Early Childhood Outcomes Center Orientation to Measuring Child and Family Outcomes for New People Kathy Hebbeler, ECO at SRI Lynne Kahn, ECO at FPG/UNC.
Data Analysis for Assuring the Quality of your COSF Data 1.
Understanding and Using Early Childhood Outcome (ECO) Data for Program Improvement TASN – KITS Fall 2012 Webinar August 31 st, 2012 Tiffany Smith Phoebe.
Michigan Partnering with Parents to Help Measure Outcomes for Young Children and Families Chandra Jones Vanessa Winborne MICC Parent Michigan Part C Coordinator.
Experiences Developing and Conducting Training on the ECO Child Outcomes Summary Form Ted Maloney, MT Pam Reising-Rechner, IL.
ND Early Childhood Outcomes Process Nancy Skorheim – ND Department of Public Instruction, Office of Special Education.
Early Childhood Outcomes Center 1 Using the Child Outcomes Summary From Part II: What is the COSF Using the Child Outcomes Summary From Part II: What.
Early Childhood Outcomes Trying to Get The Word Out Maria Synodi, 619 Coordinator Connecticut State Department of Education NECTAC National TA Meeting.
Issues in Selecting Assessments for Measuring Outcomes for Young Children Issues in Selecting Assessments for Measuring Outcomes for Young Children Dale.
Child and Family Outcomes Chapter 15: Discussion Facilitator Exit Information.
Inquiring Families Want to Know: Engaging Families in the Outcome Rating Process Hearing Family Stories Gaining Family Insight Involving Families Adapted.
NH’s PTI Program and Part C Office: Collaborating for the Benefit of Families Presented by: Michelle Lewis (NH PTI Director, ICC Chair)
Measuring Child Outcomes Kentucky and Massachusetts Measuring Child and Family Outcomes Meeting Baltimore August 27, 2007.
Putting the Pieces Together: The Parent Perspective Measuring Child and Family Outcomes Conference August 27,2008 Measuring Child and Family Outcomes Conference.
Child and Family Outcomes Chapter 6: Child Outcomes Summary Form Entry Information.
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Linking Outcomes and CAPTA Ken Smith, Analyst Programmer Alaska Part C.
Measuring Child Outcomes Christina Kasprzak Robin Rooney (ECO) Early Childhood Outcomes (NECTAC) National Early Childhood TA Center Delaware COSF Training,
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County Name Next Steps Meeting DATE. Next Steps Meeting Purpose: The Next Steps Meeting is designed to be a starting point for the county’s efforts to.
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