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Trainer's Guide - Leading Conversations with Families to Complete the DRDP

Over the years the Desired Results Access Project has been developing a process that home visitors can use to confidently complete the DRDP, even when they may not have had frequent opportunities to observe the child participating in a variety of routines and activities. · The purpose of this Trainer's guide supports hosting a session to share this process and some useful tools that can be used along with it.

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Desired Results Access Project

The Desired Results Access Project supports special educators, administrators, and families in implementing the California Department of Education’s Desired Results Developmental Profile (DRDP) for: Infants and toddlers with Individualized Family Service Plans (IFSPs), and Preschool-age children with Individualized Education Programs (IEPs)

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Desired Results Access Project Learn

Online Training and Professional Development for Special Education through DR Access LEARN. The Desired Results Access Project promotes positive outcomes for young children with disabilities and their families within California’s Early Learning and Development System by creating and supporting a high-quality assessment system.

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All About Young Children: Information for Families on Children's Early Development

The online publication All About Young Children: Information for Families on Children’s Early Development provides resources for families based on the California Infant/Toddler Learning & Development Foundations and the California Preschool Learning Foundations. Parents and family members can find out what skills help children from birth to five learn, how they learn language, how they learn about feelings and relationships, how they learn about numbers, and how they become skillful at moving their bodies.

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The Inventory of Practices for Promoting Social-Emotional Competence

The Inventory of Practices for Promoting Social-Emotional Competence is designed to be used by individuals and/or teams to identify training needs and plan a course of action to address those needs related to four general areas: (a) building positive relationships, (b) creating supportive environments, (c) socialemotional teaching strategies, and (d) individualized intensive interventions.

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Universal Pre-Kindergarten: Session 5 Webinar

Universal Pre-Kindergarten: Session 5 Webinar- Family Culture and Partnership Guide - Facilitated by CA Preschool Instructional Network, Region 3

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Universal Pre-Kindergarten: Session 6 Webinar. Empowering, Inclusive practices to support families and students experiencing adversity.

Universal Pre-Kindergarten: Session 6 . Webinar- Empowering, Inclusive practices to support families and students experiencing adversity. Panel of experts facilitated by Dr. Julie Nicholson

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Pathways to Inclusive Practices Preschool, Elementary, and Beyond

This video recorded session is from Supporting Inclusive Practices 2022 conference. Inclusion is a journey that stretches across multiple levels of a child’s educational path. Join us for a voyage as we share Orange Unified School District’s pathways to inclusive practices in Preschool, Elementary, and beyond!

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United in Inclusion

This video recorded presentation will include an overview of the ongoing journey to becoming united in inclusion through the development of the Romoland School District Blended Inclusive Preschool Program through shared leadership. Examples of systemization and strategies leadership teams took to build a culture with a shared vision, that society will reap the benefits of this early inclusive environment as the children participating in these settings grow up.

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Designing Inclusive Preschools: Discover. Data. Design. Deliver.

Series of videos and resources on inclusion in universal preschool.

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