Welcome to the Infant Development Association of California

The Infant Development Association is a community that hears and responds to the voices of those working and living with young children with special needs.

Our Mission Statement
The Infant Development Association of California's mission is to foster collaboration between families and professionals working with children, birth to three with special needs. The Infant Development Association of California provides education, leadership, and advocacy.
Our Values:
Diverse leaders who are collaborative
A community that is well trained, supported and informed
Access to quality services for all young children with special needs, and their families
Optimal development and unique individualized outcomes for all children

UPCOMING EVENTS

Southern California
Monday, March 2, 2020
8:30am – 9:00am Registration | 9:00am – 12:30pm Program
Braille Institute, 741 N. Vermont Ave, Los Angeles (Free Parking)

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IT’S REAL: TOOLS TO PREVENT SUSPENSIONS AND EXPULSIONS HOW TO SUPPORT ALL CHILDREN BIRTH TO 5
Young children are being expelled from preschool and child care programs at startling rates. Please join us for this important conversation as we work to increase our understanding of effective ways to support children’s success.

Networking, Light Breakfast, Resources, Interactive Problem Solving, Opportunity Drawing

Special add on Focus group discussion after the Suspension and Expulsion IDA event - Rate Model and Infant Program Services- 805/116 Codes
Monday March 2, 12:30-2:30pm
The Department of Developmental Services has released rate models for its vendors Programs. Come and participate in this conversation on the IDP rate model.
How are the proposed staffing patterns going to change your current ones?
A. Staff qualifications, roles
B. Productivity - the number of families/children seen
C. Administration costs - will the proposed rate adjustment cover expenses?
Upon registering you will be sent relevant documents. Feel free to bring your lunch.
Plan on bringing your voice to this important conversation on the Infant Development rate model and its impact on 805/116 codes.
Presenters
  • Nancy Hunt, Ph.D. Professor Emerita, College of Education, CSULA
  • Teresa Palomino, LMFT, Disabilities Services Specialist, LACOE

IDA Members $55 | Nonmembers $75 (rates increase an additional $20 on 2/21/2020)
CE Units - $35

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