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Sherlock Center on Disabilities Receives NPDC Grant to Implement Evidence Based Practices in Early Intervention
The Sherlock Center/ RI College was awarded a two year NPDC grant that provides technical assistance to promote the use of evidence based practices in the home and community based early intervention model in Rhode Island. The grant also provides support for State TA providers to build state-level capacity through continued professional development. It was the first time that this grant was awarded entirely to a State Part C (Early Intervention) system. Learn more. (PDF)

The RI Department of Human Services (DHS) contracts with the Sherlock Center on Disabilities to provide training, technical assistance to Rhode Island's Early Intervention system. This system includes: providers, the lead agency (DHS), the Interagency Coordinating Committee (ICC), and community and specialty providers.

Examples of Sherlock Center technical assistance projects include: The technical assistance provided to DHS helps to maintain consistency of purpose, practice, and quality assurance. Training focused on effective practice is supported through the general supervision system and input to the billing and data collection systems.

For more information contact:
Leslie Bobrowski
(401) 456-2771 (Direct Line)

Patricia Maris
(401) 456-4735 (Direct Line)

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