Including All Children: Administrator's Handbook

A.G. Haggart, S.E. Craig, M. Eshoo, E. Benedikt

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This handbook is designed to enable administrators to include infants and toddlers with disabilities in their programs. Unit 1, "Thinking About Inclusion", discusses what inclusion means, using caregiver skills for inclusion, child development theories and inclusion, what to expect when you enroll children with disabilities, and training caregivers for inclusion. Unit 2, "Getting Started", addresses the law and inclusion, early intervention, the Individualized Family Service Plan, and communication with family and service providers. Unit 3, "Supporting Inclusion", describes policies and procedures that comply with Americans with Disabilities Act, finding available resources, and marketing inclusive caregiving. The last unit, "Financing Inclusion", discusses inclusion and the budget, funding inclusion, the Americans with Disabilities Act and childcare, and insurance. 

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A.G. Haggart, S.E. Craig, M. Eshoo, E. Benedikt. Including All Children: Administrator's Handbook (1993). Ann G. Haggart Associates, Inc.: Hampton, NH. (97 pages).

Sponsoring Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education Programs

Language: English

Formats Available: Printed Material

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Ann G. Haggart Associates, Inc.
Box 130
Hampton, NH
03843

URL: http://www.schoolhousedoor.com

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