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Parent Center Data Collection | 2019-20

Here are the worksheets, forms, data item definitions, and supporting resources for Parent Centers to use in submitting results of the 2020 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 2019-2020 program year (October 1, 2019 to […]

Parent Center Data Collection FAQs

Updated August 2020 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 […]

2018 Parent Centers in Action | Data Snapshot

(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 […]

A Year in the Life 2018: Parent Centers in Action

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.

FACTS and TIPS: Young Dual Language Learners (Birth through 5 years)

The Wisconsin Early Childhood Collaborating Partners offers a FACTS and TIPS series of publications in English and Spanish. The series is intended to give early childhood programs and practitioners easy access to information and practical tips for working with young dual language learners, Birth-5 years, and their families. Examples of products in the series include: […]

Parent Center Impact At-A-Glance

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.

A Year in the Life: 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, in what language, and much more.

What’s Important to Native Youth?

This summary infographic presents the findings of the 2017 State of Native Youth Report: Our Identities as Civic Power, from the Center for Native American Youth (CNAY). It will support Parent Centers in: (1) working with youth with disabilities who are American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN); (2) understanding what Native youth have identified as the major issues facing young people in their community; (3) expanding outreach to and relationships with Native communities; and (4) adapting youth-oriented trainings to include Native voices that will resonate with AI/AN youth.

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