Information for Early Intervention Providers

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Early intervention in Washington is implemented through ESIT contracts with local lead agencies (LLAs) who may also contract with provider agencies and individuals to serve families in their communities. 


 


Resources 








 


 


State Systemic Improvement Plan (SSIP)


Annual SSIP Reports


 



Phase III Year 1 Report 2017


Phase II Report 2016


Phase I Report 2015


Theory of Action


Logic Model


Early Intervention Competencies


Promoting First Relationships


Promoting First Relationships (PFR) is the evidence-based practice for supporting social-emotional development. Additional information can be found here.


PFR and ESIT


WA-AIMH/PFR competencies crosswalk


Reflective Consultation


Social-Emotional Assessment


SE Practice Guide


Functional Outcomes


Functional Outcomes Practice Guide


Outcome Revision Activity Template


ESIT and Home Visiting Services Program MOU Materials 


This MOU and corresponding guidance are only applicable to State Systemic Improvement Plan (SSIP) implementation sites at this time while they are piloting the requirements. Local Lead Agencies and Early Intervention Provider Agencies are encouraged to work toward these best practices, but are not yet expected to implement the requirements in the MOU and guidance.


ESIT and Home Visiting Services Program MOU


ESIT and Home Visiting Services Program MOU Guidance


Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) MOU mandate


Home Visit Rating Scale


Home Visit Rating Scale Spreadsheet


Professional Development Plan Template 


COS Data Quality


COS Review Sheet


Guiding Questions for Data Analysis


Data Activity Template


Child Outcome Summary Team Collaboration (COS-TC) Quality Practices Checklist


This set of materials provides training on the COS-TC checklist and accompanying materials.  It is strongly recommended that you complete the ESIT COS modules and the ESIT in-person training on Engaging Families in the COS Process before completing this training.  You will receive a more in depth description of the following materials during the training;


COS-TC TrainingDepending on the time you take for discussion, this training is about 2 hours and 15 minutes in length.


COS-TC Checklist for Training: This checklist is used for the training.  However, we have created a different version you will use for your own COS process observations.  The COS-TC Tracking for SSIP Submission below is the one that will be submitted to ESIT if you are an implementation site for the State Systemic Improvement Plan.


COS TC Tracking for SSIP Submission: COS-TC Checklist for Use in the Field and SSIP Submission


COS-TC Checklist and Descriptions: This tool goes into more detail about what to look for during your COS process observations.


Completed Checklist for Reference: Use this to see how the creators of the COS-TC rated each quality indicator for the video samples seen in the training.  NOTE: be sure to match up the name of the child  for each video sample as there are additional videos rated in this document that are not included in the training.


Guidance on Using the COS-TC Checklist: Additional guidance from the creators of the tool.


COS-TC Improvement Plan Template: This is an optional form to use for individual or program level improvement activities based on your COS process observations.


Additional information can be found here


Local Team Self-Assessment and L-COMS Self-Assessment


The purpose of Washington’s Child Outcome Measurement System (COMS) is to assure stakeholders that early intervention makes a difference for infants, toddlers and families. Families are a crucial source of information about their children, and this enhances the quality of the data. The COMS is one way for families to see their child’s progress and to give input on program improvements. The data is analyzed at state and local levels to help improve services and meet federal and state reporting requirements