February 19th PTI Webinar

This months February 19th PTI Webinar is close to my heart! They will be discussing Services Coordination and what it can do to assist families while they are involved with the Early Development Network.

Early Intervention Services Coordinators assist families with many things during the time they are eligible for the Early Development Network.  This webinar will focus on the Services Coordinator role and how it works within EDN.

Our guest speaker will be JoDell Phillips from ESU 3 Services Coordination.

 Register for February 19th by clicking on this link and fill out the information requested. http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/PTIWebinarRegistration

Connection links and other information will be provided after registrations are received.  Reminders and information for the webinar are sent the day before the webinar.

You will need to connect by internet to the webinar (the link is provided via email) and dial into a toll free conference call to facilitate communication between you, the presenter and other participants. If your place of business has a firewall, you may have difficulty making a connection with the UNL webinar system.  Check with your network admin to open: 80 and 1935 for UNLConnect server IP  Or you can always participate on the conference call using the documents sent via email before the webinar.  Please let Nina Baker know if you will be using the conference call only option.

PTI Webinars will be presented two times.

Lunch and Learn at 12:30 – 1:30pm CT (11:30am to 12:30pm MT)

Late Night Learning at 8:30 – 9:30pm CT (7:30-8:30 MT)


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