Ask Good Questions, Get Good Answers
The purpose of this activity is to provide practitioners with examples of questions they can ask families to learn about family activities and routines, child interests, important people and places, and family priorities for their child’s development and intervention. This activity also encourages practitioners to examine their interactions with families and extend their interview skills.
Outcome Development Crossword Puzzle
The purpose of this activity is to review key terms associated with IFSP outcome development.
Greatest Challenges and Best Solutions
The purpose of this activity is to provide participants with an opportunity to discuss their greatest challenges related to outcome development and receive support while finding solutions or ways to overcome those challenges.
Improving an IFSP Outcome
The purpose of this activity is to provide learners with an opportunity to review an IFSP outcome that they developed prior to this learning byte and to then modify the same outcome with the new skills and techniques they have learned.
The purpose of this activity is to facilitate discussion about active listening and information gathering when meeting a family. A scenario is used to allow practitioners to examine family priorities, resources, and concerns and then use this information for IFSP outcome development.
Peer Review of Outcomes and Goals
This activity is designed to improve the quality of IFSP outcomes.
Writing Outcomes and
Determining Services for Lily
This activity is designed to provide an example of how information from an assessment for service planning can be used to develop family-centered IFSP outcomes and goals and determine early intervention services.
Writing Social-Emotional Outcomes
This activity is designed to help the team reflect on writing social-emotional outcomes.