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Fall Workshop on Transition!

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Sponsored by The Bucks County Early Intervention Interagency Coordinating Council

Monday, September 15, 2014 at 9:00 a.m.
Warwick Township Meeting Room
1733 Township Greene
Jamison, PA 18929

Join us to learn about the two transitions for children in Early Intervention:

  • Transition from the Infant/Toddler to the Preschool EI Program at Age 3
  • Transition from Preschool EI to School-Age Programs at Age 5

Information about the transition process will be shared along with tips on how to prepare your child and family for these transitions. EI program staff and parents will share information about transition planning and what to expect during the transition processes.

Agenda:

9:00 AM:     Light Refreshments & Networking

9:30 AM Program:

  • Transition at Age 3 – Dr. Jim Olbrich, School Psychologist & Pat Erario, Program Director Bucks County Infant/Toddler EI Program
  • Transition to School at Age 5 – Karin King Rigby, EI Supervisor & Sarah J. Shoffler, Transition Coordinator

10:30 AM:  LICC Business & Planning Meeting – all are welcome to stay!

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