Required Training & Resources for Evaluators
Required Vision Screening Training
There are three training modules required for providers conducting vision screenings for Early Intervention Colorado evaluations:
- Vision Screening Parent Questionnaire 2022
- Vision Screening & Developmental Assessment
- Objective Testing
For providers that are new to Early Intervention Colorado, the Vision Screening Parent Questionnaire 2022 training is 90-minutes. The Vision Screening Parent Questionnaire 2022 training is available as a 60-minute refresher for providers that successfully completed the training in 2020-21.
Register for the vision screening training sessions here, through A Shared Vision.
Understanding and Explaining Procedural Safeguards
All individuals conducting evaluations on behalf of Early Intervention Colorado are required to understand and explain to families their rights and procedural safeguards under the program.
The interactive Family Rights and Procedural Safeguards Training can be accessed here.
- Step-by-step document outlining the procedural safeguards process
- Comparison chart to help you understand Mediation, Complaint, and Due Process Hearings
- Family rights information that is given to families
For those conducting evaluations on behalf of Early Intervention Colorado, please bookmark this Padlet, which is updated frequently with evaluation-related resources.
The Evaluation Provider Process Manual is an essential resource for all Early Intervention evaluators. It includes details on everything related to Early Intervention evaluations, including:
- Expected timelines
- Getting set up in the Provider Portal
- Pre-evaluation processes
- Evaluation processes
- After-evaluation processes
- Documenting, billing, invoicing
Find more resources for evaluators here, including contact information for the Early Intervention Colorado team.
For Guidelines for Childhood & Youth Hearing Screening Programs, click here.
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