Forms of organization of education of children with disabilities

Inclusive Programs Our Head Start programs are designed to ensure all children, including those with disabilities and their families are effectively included in the full forms of organization of education of children with disabilities of program activities we offer. The quiz is a fun way for parents to learn about developmental milestones. It’s also available as a widget application that can be added to your Web page simply by copying the code.

As CDC updates the widget, it will automatically update on your site, too. Autism Speaks Challenging Behavior Tool Kit The all-new Autism Speaks Challenging Behavior Tool Kit is now available. This tool kit is full of resources including videos. We welcome your help to share this new resource with families. Center for Inclusive Child Care The mission of the Center for Inclusive Child Care is to be a centralized, comprehensive resource network supporting inclusive care for children in community settings. We provide leadership, technical assistance, training, and consultation to the following: early care and education providers, school age care providers, parents, and other professionals in the field. Clearinghouse identifies and collects research-based and best-practice early intervention information to share with families.

The Clearinghouse is a resource funded by The Early Intervention Bureau of IDHS and dedicated to Infants and Toddlers with Disabilities, their families and the service providers who work with them. Take advantage of training Opportunities specific to the needs of those teaching, serving, or caring for a child with an Autism Spectrum Disorder or other Developmental Delays. Drop in our center for free resources! AMBER ALERT An amber alert has been issued.