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Community Programs - Resources for Under Referral

Early Identification and Referral

Community Programs - Resources for Under Referral

Early Identification and Referral

This page was last updated on May 1, 2014 at 8:57 am

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Issues related to Under Referral by Community Programs


1. Potential referrers do not refer because they are unaware of the existence of your project.


EVIDENCED-BASED PRACTICES

>Building rapport and establishing credibility

>Preparing tailored program materials


MORE ABOUT THE PRACTICES


MATERIALS DEVELOPED BY THE DEAF-BLIND TA NETWORK

Each of these materials is being shared with permission to adapt for state-specific needs. Every attempt has been made to acknowledge the original source and we ask that you do the same by adding a notation at the bottom that reads: Adapted from: (Title of document), (Author or Project Name), (Date). If anything is incorrectly identified please contact Megan Cote (megan.cote@hknc.org) or Robbin Bull (bullr@wou.edu)



2. Potential referrers do not refer because they are unaware of the services offered by your project.


EVIDENCED-BASED PRACTICES

>Building rapport and establishing credibility

>Highlighting and repeating your message


MORE ABOUT THE PRACTICES


MATERIALS DEVELOPED BY THE DEAF-BLIND TA NETWORK

Each of these materials is being shared with permission to adapt for state-specific needs. Every attempt has been made to acknowledge the original source and we ask that you do the same by adding a notation at the bottom that reads: Adapted from: (Title of document), (Author or Project Name), (Date). If anything is incorrectly identified please contact Megan Cote (megan.cote@hknc.org) or Robbin Bull (bullr@wou.edu)



3. Potential referrers do not refer because severe health problems seem to take precedence over early educational needs.


EVIDENCED-BASED PRACTICES

>Building rapport and establishing credibility

>Highlighting and repeating your message


MORE ABOUT THE PRACTICES


MATERIALS DEVELOPED BY THE DEAF-BLIND TA NETWORK

Each of these materials is being shared with permission to adapt for state-specific needs. Every attempt has been made to acknowledge the original source and we ask that you do the same by adding a notation at the bottom that reads: Adapted from: (Title of document), (Author or Project Name), (Date). If anything is incorrectly identified please contact Megan Cote (megan.cote@hknc.org) or Robbin Bull (bullr@wou.edu)



4. Potential referrers do not refer because they have low expectations of children who are deaf-blind and have multiple disabilities (may not see the advantage of early intervention).


EVIDENCED-BASED PRACTICES

>Building rapport and establishing credibility

>Preparing Tailored Program Materials


MORE ABOUT THE PRACTICES


MATERIALS DEVELOPED BY THE DEAF-BLIND TA NETWORK

Each of these materials is being shared with permission to adapt for state-specific needs. Every attempt has been made to acknowledge the original source and we ask that you do the same by adding a notation at the bottom that reads: Adapted from: (Title of document), (Author or Project Name), (Date). If anything is incorrectly identified please contact Megan Cote (megan.cote@hknc.org) or Robbin Bull (bullr@wou.edu)



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