Exploring Telehealth In Early Intervention

A Workshop:
How Telehealth Can Create Easy
Access To Services for Families Of
Young Children With Special Needs



With the widespread use and adoption of computers, Web cams, and the Internet,the idea of telehealth is not only more feasible today, but it is also gaining popularity. Telehealth can be an effective way of providing early intervention services for children birth to three with disabilities and their families.

Facilitated by: Pamela Brown

Executive Director, Anne Arundel County Partnership for Children, Youth and Families

Speakers include. . .

Marcella Franczkowski

Assistant State Superintendent, Divison of Special Education/Early Invervention Services, MD State Department of Education

Ed Feinberg
Coordinator of Birth-Five Programs, Anne Arundel County Public Schools

And other experts in the field of telehealth & early intervention






HOSTED BY:

THE COORDINATING CENTER

THE PARENTS' PLACE OF MARYLAND


SPONSORED BY:

ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY SYSTEMS TRANSFORMATION PROJECT 

MARYLAND DHMH, OFFICE FOR GENETICS AND PEOPLE WITH SPECIAL HEALTH CARE NEEDS

MARYLAND STATE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION/DIVISION OF SPECIAL EDUCATION AND EARLY INTERVENTION



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