Kansas Universal Referral Form
This Universal Referral form was designed by members of the KIDOS Work Group for use by programs and providers making a referral to Early Intervention (tiny-k/Part C). It includes a release of information consent that allows the referral source to request feedback from the Early Intervention program.
Watch Me! Celebrating Milestones and Sharing Concerns
This training module provides tools and best practices for early care and education providers to monitor the development of children in their care and talk about it with parents and caregivers. Topics covered in the 1-hour course including why monitoring children’s development is important, the unique and important role of early care and education providers in developmental monitoring, how to easily monitor each child’s developmental milestones, and how to talk with parents about their child’s development. One hours of Continuing Education (CE) credit is available.
Kansas Kidlink Children’s Mental Health Initiative
The Kansas KidLink website is designed to assist medical providers and families in obtaining information, referrals, and resources on mental health. In addition to information on children’s mental health disorders the site that helps pediatric providers “link” children with mental health providers and agencies in their community that can provide mental health services. The site includes an interactive map on the website which makes it easy to search for resources by county.
ASQ:SE-2 Power Point Slides
The new edition of Ages and Stages Social Emotional (ASQ:SE-2) was released in September 2015. The Ages and Stages website offers multiple resources to explain the new features and improvements in ASQ:SE-2.
Kansas Resource Guide
A collaboration among the Kansas Department of Health and Environment, the Kansas State Department of Education, the Department of Social and Rehabilitation Services, and the Department of Oral Health, the Kansas Resource Guide (KRG) is a collaborative effort to connect consumers and service providers with resources and services for women, infants, children, youth, and people with disabilities in Kansas. The website strives to serve as a central point of entry for resources and includes topical lists, links to services, and a searchable guide to resources by county.