Early Intervention Series: Capacity-Building Service Coordination Practices
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This course focuses on the evidence-based capacity-building practices early intervention service coordinators use to support and strengthen families. This course provides practitioners with in-depth information about how to apply capacity-building research to early intervention service coordination and three practical application scenarios for participants to navigate while implementing capacity-building practices.
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You must complete all lessons to earn a certificate of completion for the course.
To earn credit for completing this course, participants must pass a post-test with a score of 80% or higher. A certificate of completion is accessible to the participant after successfully completing the course.
Authors: Sarah Sexton, M. Ed., M'Lisa Shelden, PT, Ph.D., and Dathan Rush, Ed.D., CCC-SLP
To cite this resource use:
Sexton, S., Shelden, M. & Rush, D. (2017). Capacity-building service coordination practices. Retrieved from http://fippcase.learnpointlms.com/myaccount/enrollments/view.asp?id=1033489.
|1. Capacity-building Service Coordination Practices Pre-test||-|
|2. Capacity-Building Service Coordination Practices Overview||-|
|3. Capacity-Building Service Coordination Practices Scenario: Transition||-|
|4. Capacity-Building Service Coordination Practices Scenario: Transportation||-|
|5. Capacity-Building Service Coordination Practices Scenario: Safety||-|
|6. Capacity-Building Service Coordination Practices Post-test||-|
By the end of this course, participants will:
1. Identify the characteristics of capacity-building family support.
2. Identify the benefits of using resource-based intervention practices.
3. Differentiate between resource-based intervention practices and service-based approach.