Flashcards in Final - EI Deck (10):
What is the purpose of EI?
To lessen the effect of the delay or disability
What are the key principles of EI services? (7)
Culturally & linguistically responsive
Highly evidence based
If disabilities and delays are not identified early, this can negatively impact: (3)
What assessments are commonly used in EI? (3)
Ages and Stages
Which of Erikson's stages are important to understand for EI?
Trust vs. Mistrust
Autonomy vs. Shame
What is part B and C of IDEA?
B: Students ages 3-21 must be educated in regular classrooms with appropriate aids and supports
C: Infants/toddlers under 3 with disabilities or delays must receive EI services
What is California's eligibility laws for EI? (3)
Developmental delay of at least 33% in one or more areas
OR have a risk condition of known etiology with high probability of resulting in delay
OR are at high risk for disability b/c of biomedical conditions
Who can make a referral?
ANYONE AND EVERYONE
What happens in 45 days of request for services? (5)
Service coordinator assigned
Parental consent obtained
Evals and assessments completed