Improving Family Centeredness Together (IFaCT)
Program Description and Information
Improving Family Centeredness Together (IFaCT) is the State Systemic Improvement Plan (SSIP) Early Intervention Family Outcomes Project led by the New York State Department of Health. The project focuses on improving the Early Intervention Program (EIP) experience for families and children.
The University of Rochester’s Strong Center for Developmental Disabilities, in partnership with Westchester Institute for Human Development and The Rose F. Kennedy University Center, is working alongside county teams, consisting of EIP providers, service coordinators, Early Intervention officials, and parents/family members, to identify goals and strategies and implement positive changes throughout New York State.
The State Systematic Improvement Plan (SSIP) is funded by the New York State Department of Health.
- Engaging Families Through Facebook Groups
- Making a Sensory Kit & Using Visual Supports
- Understanding Autism
- Program Evaluation in Early Intervention
- Early Child Development Part 1
- Early Child Development Part 2
- Connecting Families to Existing Resources
- EAT! Education, Assessment, & Treatment of Children with Feeding Difficulties
- The Family Experience in Early Intervention
- Tools, Tips and Strategies for Successful Toilet Training