NJ - Interagency Part C to Part B Transition Agreement (July 2012) Between the New Jersey Early Intervention System within the Department of Health and the Office of Special Education within the Department of Education
WY - Memorandum of Understanding between the Wyoming Department of Education and the Wyoming Department of Health, Behavioral Health Division. Refer to Section 7, page 5, for the transition planning provisions from Part C to Part B. (January 2012)
FL - Developing Interagency Agreements: The Road Map for Transition provides guidance for developing agreements. (Posted 10/26/10)
IN - Resources for local MOA preparation and development are available.
WV - Website for Local Interagency Agreement and Collaborative Procedures Development for county programs provides templates and resources.
CT - Online course developed collaboratively by Part C and Section 619 on Transitioning From Birth To Three Services To Special Education. Login using email address.
MD - Maryland Department of Education online course (2007)
NH - Who's Doing What in Early Childhood Transitions: A Training for Professionals developed by the Parent Information Center as part of the SSECT project (Supporting Successful Early Childhood Transitions) is an on-line training module regarding the transition from early intervention services for new and existing staff and special education personnel.
CO - Guidance and other resources (2013)
IL - Guidance resources (2013) and an Early Intervention to Early Childhood Special Education Tracking form (2012).
MO - First Steps web site on transition contains links to a DVD, Q&As, a transition checklist and guidance handouts. (2009) (posted on 05/04/09)
Early Childhood Transition: Effective Approaches for Building and Sustaining State Infrastructure Presentation by IN and CT - Presentations by OSEP, the RRC Network, NECTAC and the NECTC (2007). (posted on 05/08/09)
Transition from Part C to Part B: Transitioning to Progress- Presentations by OSEP, SD, IL and VT (2008). (posted on 05/04/09)
Crossing the River: Bridging and Sharing Data to Make Transition Successful - Presentations by OSEP and CT (2008). (posted on 05/04/09)
Early Childhood Transition: Facts, Figures, Fantasies, and the Future - Presentations by MPRRC, NECTAC, NECTC, VA and NM (2008). (posted on 05/04/09)
Transition Across the Lifespan: Using Communities of Practice to Support Parent-Professional Partnerships - Presentation by the Beach Center, NECTC and MI (2008). (posted on 05/04/09)
AK - The Alaska Transition Training Initiative (ATTI) is a consortium of early childhood programs and providers in Alaska working to address transition issues and is a collaborative effort between the Alaska Departments of Education and Early Development (EED) and Health and Social Services (DHSS).
FL - Florida Transition Project helps communities set up trained transition teams to develop a seamless system of transition among agencies providing services to young children with disabilities, birth to six years of age, and their families. It is funded through the Technical Assistance and Training System (TATS) by the Florida Department of Education, Bureau of Exceptional Education and Student Services.
IN - Transition Initiative web site provides information on the support and training available to communities to assist in developing a community transition system.
KY - Kentucky Early Childhood Transition Project (2009) provides information related to transitions across the life span and represents a collaborative effort between the Commission for Children with Special Health Care Needs (CCSHCN), Kentucky Department of Education, Division of Exceptional Children, Special Education Cooperative Network (SECN) and the Interdisciplinary Human Development Institute.
NH - SSECT (Supporting Successful Early Childhood Transitions) is funded by the NH Department of Education, Bureau of Special Education to continue supporting school districts in complying with Indicator 12 (Early Childhood Transitions) and Indicator 6 (Preschool Settings) of the State Performance Plan.
NM - New Mexico Early Childhood Transition Initiative is collaboratively supported by the NM Public Education Department, the NM Family Infant toddler Program and the University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center for Development and Disability. A variety of resources are provided.
WV - Early Childhood Transition Steering Committee key agencies are WV Birth to Three, WV Department of Education, WV Head Start and WV Division of Early Care and Education.