Legal Problem-Solving and Flourishing: A Handbook for Perinatal and Early Childhood System-Builders

How care teams and parent leaders can promote a child’s successful transition from early intervention to special education

In Rhode Island, infants and toddlers (0-3) who are at risk for a developmental delay may qualify for Early Intervention (EI) services. In-home EI Specialists develop and follow an Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP) that is designed to address the unique social, behavioral, and skill-based needs of the child. At age three, all children enrolled in EI are reassessed to determine whether they qualify for services through an Individualized Education Program (IEP) or a 504 Plan when they go to school (PreK-12). Use this tool to help families problem-solve during this high-stakes transition!

English

RI - Navigating Early Education Transitions - English

Spanish

RI - Navigating Early Education Transitions - Spanish

Cape Verdean Creole

RI - Navigating Early Education Transitions - Cape Verdean Creole

How care teams and parent leaders can promote a child’s successful transition from early intervention to special education

In Massachusetts, infants and toddlers (0-3) who are at risk for a developmental delay may qualify for Early Intervention (EI) services. In-home EI Specialists develop and follow an Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP) that is designed to address the unique social, behavioral, and skill-based needs of the child. At age three, all children enrolled in EI are reassessed to determine whether they qualify for services through an Individualized Education Program (IEP) or a 504 Plan when they go to school (PreK-12). Use this tool to help families problem-solve during this high-stakes transition!

English

MA - Navigating Early Education Transitions - English

Spanish

MA - Navigating Early Education Transitions - Spanish

Haitian Creole

MA - Navigating Early Education Transitions - Haitian Creole

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Start to make your own personal health care plan!

At age 18, adults can make their own healthcare decisions and document those plans and goals in a written health care plan. Are you working with someone who might be interested in this planning? Check out this new Rhode Island Care Planning Toolkit, developed by Honoring Choices MA with support from partners including MLPB.

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