presented by Elisa Kennedy
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Elisa Kennedy, PT, PhD, PCS
Elizabeth "Elisa" T. Kennedy, PT, PhD, PCS, is an Associate Professor Emeritus in Physical Therapy, an Associate Professor in the Department of Physical Therapy (PT), and Adjunct Faculty in the College of Medicine, Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics, University of South Alabama, Mobile, AL. She received a PhD in Early Childhood Special Education from the University of Georgia,…Read full bio
1. Defining Evaluation and Assessment (E&A) Under Part C of IDEA
This chapter defines the law governing services provided in early intervention settings under Part C of IDEA.
2. Individualizing the Evaluation and Assessment: Prediction
This chapter will explore “real life” teaming practices to enhance effective outcomes in the EI setting.
3. Individualizing the Evaluation and Assessment: Body Systems Review
This chapter reviews evidenced-based principles of early motor learning, developmental psychology, and parenting behaviors to enhance effective outcomes in EI settings.