Updated August 2019 In Part 1 of the data collection process, Parents Centers will use the data collection worksheet and accompanying definitions key to report: numbers of contacts with parents and professionals; an unduplicated count of parents served; demographic data on children (e.g., disability, race, ethnicity) and the primary language of parents; numbers of meetings attended by staff; and outreach […]
Updated August 2019 Reporting your Parent Center’s activities accurately for the 2018-2019 program year is an important task. This page gives you two different scenarios of training, support and assistance you might offer to a parent, and illustrates how the various contacts and activities would be counted and recorded in the Data Collection. Scenario 1 […]
Updated August 2019 Word version of these instructions Materials You Will Need to Conduct the Program Measures Surveys 1. You will receive an e-mail message that includes the following information: a. The number of surveys that your center is to collect and submit. b. An Excel document with your list in the order that you […]
Updated August 2019 Word version of this overview The Parent Center Program Measures Survey process is ready for you to begin surveying parents served by your Parent Center during the 2018-19 program year. Below are the details for this year. You can submit your results at any time, but the deadline for submission is Wednesday, December […]
Updated August 2019 Definitions Key in Word Parent Center Data Collection Form in Word Return to the main Data Collection Page The data collection form that Parent Centers use to report on their work was revised in January 2015 and has remained virtually unchanged since. This page provides definitions of key terms, so that PTIs and CPRCs will have […]
Here are the worksheets, forms, data item definitions, and supporting resources for Parent Centers to use in submitting results of the 2019 Parent Center Data Collection activities and Program Measures Survey. This page gives Parent Centers the tools they need to collect and submit data on their Center’s activities for the 2018-2019 program year (October 1, 2018 to […]
(2019, July) | Useful to Parent Centers who wish to share (with funders, community organizations, and state/local agencies) a snapshot of the Parent Center network’s 2018 work with families and professionals. Parent Centers are a lifeline of support for families of children, youth, and young adults with disabilities. The advocacy they provide is grounded in […]
Oh, what Parent Centers can achieve in one year! This page tells the story of A Year in the Life 2018: Parent Centers in Action nationwide AND it connects Parent Centers with an adaptable infographic they can use to spotlight their individual achievements: who they served, how, in what language, and much more.
The Secretary of Education is required by law to report annually to Congress on the implementation of the Individuals with Disabilities Act (IDEA). The 2018 report presents data on the children with disabilities receiving early intervention services or special education from July 2015 through December 2016, including:
- the nature of their disability,
- their placement, and
- the types of related services and other supportive services they received.
We are pleased to point you to two new resources that the Center for Parent Information and Resources (CPIR) has created for Parent Centers and others to share. They are:
Parent Centers in Action
Oh, what Parent Centers can achieve in one year! This page tells the story of A Year in the Life: Parent Centers in Action nationwide AND it connects Parent Centers with an adaptable infographic they can use to spotlight their individual achievements: who they served, how those services were offered, in what language, and much more.
10 Great Things You’ll Find on the CPIR Hub
First, we shared this as a poster or handout. Now, it’s a page, too! Share the handout AND the page with the families and professionals you work with, which will give them a quick window into the wealth of information and resources CPIR offers.