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Enhancing Recognition of High Quality, Functional IFSP Outcomes
Lucas, A., Gillaspy, K., Peters, M. L., & Hurth, J.
A Training Activity for Infant and Toddler Service Providers
This training activity was created to support participants’ understanding of the criteria needed to develop and write high quality, participation-based Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP) outcomes. The term “functional” is often used to describe what outcomes ought to be, yet many providers struggle to define what makes an outcome “functional.” Still others struggle with making outcomes meet the criteria set forth in regulations, as well as have meaning for families. Reviews of existing resources developed by national experts provided a framework for considering IFSP outcomes to determine if the outcomes are high quality and support the child’s participation in everyday routines and activities.
Lucas, A., Gillaspy, K., Peters, M. L., & Hurth, J. (2014). Enhancing recognition of high quality, functional IFSP outcomes: A training activity for infant and toddler service providers. Retrieved from http://www.ectacenter.org/~pdfs/pubs/rating-ifsp.pdf