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 Mary Jo Paladino Ms.  Paladino is the mother of six children so she has had the joy of  experiencing many transitions.  She has worked in early intervention  since 1989 in Colorado and Indiana. She is currently consulting with the  Indiana State Department of Health and the Indiana University School of  Medicine on a Community Integrated Systems of Services grant with a  focus on transition and Medical Home

.Brenda MullinsMs.   Mullins’ experience as a preschool teacher, an administrator in a  private agency early care and education program, and at the Human  Development Institute with the Kentucky Early Childhood Transition  Project, has allowed her to serve families for over thirty years.

Joseph AndersonMr.  Anderson is the father of five children, four of whom received early  intervention services.  He has committed his life to advocating for and  mentoring families and youth both through his career in early  intervention and by serving on numerous local, state and federal  committees.

Patricia OjedaMs.  Ojeda is a Bilingual Information Specialist at the Parent Educational  Advocacy Training Center (PEATC) serving the families of children with  disabilities. The Autism spectrum diagnosis given four years ago to one  of her two children significantly changed what she thought her role in  life would be. She decided to learn more about special needs resources  and committed herself to helping Latino families who have children with  special needs navigate through the maze of educating their children. 

Now listen to clips from phone interviews with those participants and  identify important considerations to keep in mind during transitions.

To find these clips, copy this link (below) into your browser and then click on Step 3:  Evidence

Module 2: Transition

Audio 2.1: Mary Jo Paladino

Ms. Paladino is the mother of six children so she has had the joy of  experiencing many transitions. She has worked in early intervention  since 1989 in Colorado and Indiana. She is currently consulting with the  Indiana State Department of Health and the Indiana University School of  Medicine on a Community Integrated Systems of Services grant with a  focus on transition and Medical Home (running time: 2 min. 17 sec.).

Audio 2.2: Brenda Mullins

Ms. Mullins’ experience as a preschool teacher, an administrator in a  private agency early care and education program, and at the Human  Development Institute with the Kentucky Early Childhood Transition  Project, has allowed her to serve families for over thirty years  (running time: 2 min. 17 sec.).

Audio 2.3: Joseph Anderson

Mr. Anderson is the father of five children, four of whom received  early intervention services. He has committed his life to advocating for  and mentoring families and youth both through his career in early  intervention and by serving on numerous local, state and federal  committees (running time: 0 min. 34 sec.).

Audio 2.4: Patricia Ojeda

Ms. Ojeda is a Bilingual Information Specialist at the Parent  Educational Advocacy Training Center (PEATC) serving the families of  children with disabilities. The Autism spectrum diagnosis given four  years ago to one of her two children significantly changed what she  thought her role in life would be. She decided to learn more about  special needs resources and committed herself to helping Latino families  who have children with special needs navigate through the maze of  educating their children (running time: 2 min. 17 sec.).

 

Supplemental Materials

 

Research conducted by The National Early Childhood Transition Center (NECTC) identified transition practices  and strategies that practitioners, families and administrators  considered important in supporting children and families in the  transition process. For more information about these practices see:

  • National Early Childhood Transition Center (NECTC) Technical Report #3 Recommended Transition Practices for Young Children and Families
  • NECTC Technical Report #6  A Critical Incident Study of the Transition Experience for Young  Children with Disabilities: Recounts by Parents and Professionals
  • Transition TIPS – Web-based resource of practices and strategies

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