The New York City Early Intervention Program provides free online and in-person professional development opportunities to Early Intervention clinicians and administrators. All Early Intervention training opportunities include continuing education units (CEUs). Early Intervention providers can also use the professional development training hours to fulfill annual training requirements, as specified by the NYS Department of Health Bureau of Early Intervention Provider Agreement.
The NYC Bureau of Early Intervention is an approved provider of CEUs for:
Check back here for more online professional development trainings about Early Intervention. Providers who want to learn about new training opportunities as they become available can also sign up for our mailing list by emailing EmbeddedCoaching@health.nyc.gov.
This online training provides information about evidence-based, family-centered best practices. It consists of five modules. The content has been reviewed by Dr. Dathan D. Rush (Ed.D., CCC-SLP) and Dr. M’Lisa Shelden (PT, Ph.D.), who are national experts on family-centered and coaching best practices.
This online training is also approved by the New York Physical Therapy Association (NYPTA). If you would like to receive CEUs from NYPTA, email EmbeddedCoaching@health.nyc.gov after completing this training.
New York City Early Intervention provider agencies seeking to promote best practices should contact the NYC Bureau of Early Intervention to learn about Structured Technical Assistance (STA) Professional Development Training.
STA is an innovative professional development opportunity designed to provide information about the latest best practices and offer a chance for providers to earn CEU credits. STA can also be used to meet the standards and requirements for service provision and professional development identified in State regulations and the NYS Early Intervention Provider Agreement. To learn more and to sign up, email EmbeddedCoaching@health.nyc.gov.
The New York State Early Intervention Program Online Professional Development Center is funded by the NYS Department of Health Bureau of Early Intervention (BEI). The NYS BEI Provider Agreement requires that service coordination providers participate in the introductory service coordination training session sponsored by the NYS Department of Health.