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what did you say communicating with families about child and family outcomes

What did you say? Communicating with families about child and family outcomes

Darla Gundler (EIFA), Barb Jackson (ECO, MMI), Siobhan Colgan (ECO, DaSy)

session objectives
Session Objectives
  • Share select resources related to talking with families about outcomes
    • ECO resources
    • State resources
    • Other national center resources
    • Digital Stories
  • Solicit feedback about priority resources needed in key areas

Early Childhood Outcomes Center

background
Background
  • TA providers expressed need in the field for resources
  • ECO leadership priority area
  • Assessing specific areas of need via:
    • Communities of practice calls
    • ECO staff input
    • Conference sessions

Early Childhood Outcomes Center

overview of the key areas
Overview of the Key Areas

Early Childhood Outcomes Center

key principles program staff
Key principles: Program staff…
  • Define child and family outcomes with families.
  • Describe the multiple purposes of collecting outcomes data
  • Discuss how outcomes measurement is done in their state/program, including:
    • Timing of assessments
    • How information is gathered
    • What tools are used for assessment

Early Childhood Outcomes Center

key principles program staff1
Key principles: Program staff…
  • Invite family engagement through multiple options and formats
  • Use a strengths-based approach
  • Individualize their approach to gather information from families.
  • Obtain information about the child in his/her natural environments
  • Engage families an ongoing manner

Early Childhood Outcomes Center

key principles program staff2
Key principles: Program staff…
  • Review child-level data with families.
  • Describe child’s behaviors and skills in an understandable, sensitive way.
  • Communicate child’s skills in a meaningful way addressing strengths and concerns/needs.
  • Engage families in meaningful conversations about the findings.
  • Use child and family data to write IFSP/IEP outcomes & plan services.
  • Present data in multiple formats and with user-friendly language

Early Childhood Outcomes Center

take a tour web resources
Take a Tour: Web Resources
  • New ECO web page:
    • http://projects.fpg.unc.edu/~eco/pages/talking.cfm

Early Childhood Outcomes Center

what are digital stories
What are Digital Stories?
  • Three to five minute emotion based messaging tools which may include:
      • Photos
      • Clip Art
      • Music
      • Spoken voice
how is a digital story different than a family telling their story
How is a digital story different than a family telling their story?
  • Impact
    • Seeing and hearing makes it come to life
    • Specific message instead of the whole story
    • Different perspectives from diverse families
    • Easily Reused

“Let’s view a digital story”

digital story debrief this story is 2 45 and has a powerful message
Digital Story DebriefThis story is 2:45 and has a powerful message

Digital Stories - Guided Viewing Questions

  • What are your first thoughts or reactions to the digital story?
  • What words or images stood out to you?
  • After seeing the video; are there things that you will do differently in the future?
    • Either working with families or within your own family?
  • What resonates with you after viewing this digital story?
  • In closing: final thoughts or suggestions?
child family outcomes
Child & Family Outcomes

http://eiplp.org/child_family_outcomes.html

  • Completing the Family Survey video
    • 2 formats on website (YouTube & wmv)
    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=Gd5nnKOrkI0
  • Child & Family Outcomes Posters & Photo Cubes
youtube video
YouTube Video
  • You can track the number of views from YouTube easily
small group discussion see handout

SMALL GROUP DISCUSSION[see handout]

Early Childhood Outcomes Center