AzEIP Staff Development and Training Project
The AzEIP Staff Development and Training Project (ASDTP) provides support to early intervention programs, providers and families within the Arizona Early Intervention Program (AzEIP) through an interagency agreement with the Department of Economic Security (DES).
Through interagency agreements with the Division of Developmental Disabilities (DDD), the Arizona Schools for the Deaf and the Blind (ASDB) and it’s own contractors, AzEIP is responsible for administrating and overseeing early intervention services throughout the State.
Early intervention programs provide supports and
services to enhance the capacity of families to support their infants
and toddlers with delays or disabilities to thrive in their homes and
ASDTP Partners with AzEIP:
- Technical Assistance and guidance to enhance knowledge, confidence, and performance of IDEA, Part C, AzEIP policies and procedures, and State initiatives
- Standards of Practice
for AzEIP’s Comprehensive System of Personnel Development. All core
team early intervention practitioners must meet the knowledge and skills
components of the AzEIP Standards of Practice.
- Program Registration includes a database to track and monitor both individual and program registration into the AzEIP system.
- Research and preparation of technical assistance materials relating
to early childhood law, policy, and practice recommendations