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Local Infants and Toddlers Program Results for Early Intervention Services
 
Queen Anne's: Indicator 2 

Percent of infants and toddlers with IFSPs who primarily receive early intervention services in the home or in programs with typically developing children.

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Results

2004/052005/062006/072007/082008/092009/102010/112011/122012/132013/142014/152015/16
State Baseline:88%-----------
State Target:-88.5%89%89.5%90%90.5%91%91.5%92%92%92.5%93.0%
State Results:-89.78%
Target Met
89.6%
Target Met
91.2%
Target Met
92.3%
Target Met
94.1%
Target Met
96.3%
Target Met
97.1%
Target Met
97.6%
Target Met
97.8%
Target Met
97.53%
Target Met
97.37%
Target Met
State Total# of Children:-67126712699173157178769773807478777377297798
State Indicator Measurement:-60266026637667516756741171657295760275387593
Queen Anne's Results:-100.00%
Target Met
100.00%
Target Met
100.0%
Target Met
100.0%
Target Met
100%
Target Met
100%
Target Met
100%
Target Met
98.1%
Target Met
100.0%
Target Met
100.00%
Target Met
100.00%
Target Met
Queen Anne's Total# of Children:-5761536770616554535163
Queen Anne's Indicator Measurement:-5761536770616553535163


Narrative Description of Indicator

To report on the percent of infants and toddlers who receive early intervention services primarily in natural environments, MSDE generated a report from the statewide database, which calculated the frequency of services delivered in all settings for all eligible children with IFSPs on 10/1/15.  In addition, MSDE reviewed a report of all services that were not provided in natural environments to determine the presence of justifications on IFSPs and to determine whether the justifications for not providing services in the natural environment were based on the needs of the child.

In FFY 2015 the State met its target of 93.0%.  All 24 LITPs achieved the State target.  The State continued to demonstrate a high level of performance from FFY 2014 (97.53%) to FFY 2015 (97.37%).

Achievement of the target, as well as progress on this indicator, was accomplished by requiring LITPs to complete improvement plans, by providing trainings for LITPs which emphasized increasing the inclusion of infants and toddlers with disabilities in community programs and by aligning IFSP decision making with supports that enhance the provision of services in the NE.  Another strategy was the statewide promotion of content on the Maryland Learning Links Website (marylandlearninglinks.org), including tutorials on evaluation/assessment and IFSP development and implementation.  These tutorials include lessons on how to incorporate the NE and functional practices in evaluation/assessment and IFSP development and implementation.  MSDE provided technical assistance to LITPs on how to write appropriate justifications when services were not provided in natural environments.