Professional Development

Mandatory for EDN Services Coordinators and supervisors - PRT Lead Agencies and chairs are also invited to attend

WHEN: Wednesday, June 7, 2017 from 8:30am to 4:00pm CST

The EDN hosted a webinar on July 28, 2016, for services coordination personnel about Nebraska Medicaid Managed Care becoming Heritage Health.

By the time you complete your first 6 months on the job, you should be able to understand the following topics, at least at a level of feeling familiar and comfortable in team meetings and interactions with colleagues and families.

The purpose of the Services Coordination Online Training is to support consistent service coordination throughout Nebraska, create competent services coordinators and enable community early intervention supports and services.

The Early Development Network Conference was held on June 10, 2015 in Kearney, Nebraska. The work session focused on IFSP, Transition, Targeted Improvement Plan and Results Driven Accountability

The Early Development Network Services Coordinator Training was held on June 9, 2015 in Kearney, Nebraska. Topics included: A&D Waiver Training and EDN Services Coordination Networking and Technical Assistance.

YOU MATTER - You, a home visitor, play an important role in helping parents promote positive parenting practices and create safe home environments for a child’s development.

IFSPWeb is a self-paced tutorial designed to help Nebraska parents and professionals create better Individual Family Service Plans (IFSPs) for young children with disabilities. The goal of the site is to educate parents and professionals on the Individual Family Service Plan, which guides the services provided to young children and families.

This online training is focused on providing information and resources that all home visitors can use. It will provide you with the foundation of working with parents in the home and will guide you in the basics of communication, family systems, coaching, and the principles of home visitation.

This training is designed to support your partnership with families and does not substitute for any training required by evidence-based models, your agency, or funders. 

SpecialCare was brought to Nebraska through a coordinated effort of the Nebraska Department of Education and Health and Human Services. The goal is to train child care providers across the state.


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