Hold the date: June 5, 2013. Check back for details.
Christina Reagle and Patti Blasco presented on resources to support inclusion during a May 8th webinar. Topics included establishing a leadership team, identifying and recruiting potential community placement sites, and preparing and supporting community placement sites.
Download PowerPoint and supporting materials.
During April, Gary Glasenapp and Melissa Gritz presented research and benefits of early childhood inclusion, merging DAP and ECSE practices to support children with disabilities and concepts that make inclusion work.
COI welcomed childcare providers, early childhood teachers, administrators, EI/ECSE practitioners, and others to the first Early Childhood/Early Intervention Symposium at WOU in Monmouth, Oregon.
The TRI Child Development Center (CDC) is a comprehensive program designed to serve all children seeking preschool and/or child care services regardless of race, color, disability or health status.
The CDC has provided quality care and education to young children aged 30 months to 6 years and their families for over 30 year.
Checklist for Appropriate Practice for Inclusive Programs
A quick and simple assessment that can be used to improve services to young children in preschool and child care settings.
Delivering Quality Staff Development
Strategies and resources for planning, implementing, and evaluating effective staff development activities.
Contact Debbie Kenyon for ordering information.
The Center on Inclusion and Early Childhood Care & Education works to promote quality inclusive services through their work on state and federal projects.
The TRAC Curriculum was designed by the Center on Inclusion to enhance the skills of early childhood care and education providers. The curriculum, developed, evaluated and refined over the past 15 years, has proven quality and utility.
The following resources are made available by the Center on Inclusion to assist programs in developing or enhancing their inclusive services.
Click to read inclusion success stories!