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Programs for Infants and Children

Programs for Infants and Children serves children and their families, ages birth to three who experience delay or disability. This presentation offers an overview of what to expect from PIC services.

Victoria Kendall

on 24 June 2015

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Transcript of Programs for Infants and Children

Helping Families Help Their Children
PIC employs 43 staff members
How it all began...
In 1984, PIC began providing services to families with infants and toddlers ages birth to 3, with disabilities and developmental delays.
PIC services are mandated by the Individuals with Disabilities Act, or IDEA. The services are referred to as Part C of IDEA and are similar to a school district's special education services referred to as Part B.
Why PIC?

Early Intervention services are provided in “natural environments” or places that infants and toddlers of all abilities spend their day.
Most services happen in the homes of children and families. We also work in childcare centers and other locations in the community.
How PIC Gets the Job Done
Developmental Specialists

Physical Therapists

Speech Language Pathologists

Social Workers

Occupational Therapists

Mental Health Professionals

Support Associates
For 30 years PIC has been providing home-based services to Anchorage, Girdwood, and Whittier families.
What does PIC do?
Provides specialized therapy
and education services for
infants and toddlers birth to 3,
who experience delays in
their development.
PIC is the Part C provider for Anchorage.
16 other agencies like PIC exist throughout the state.
Children learn best through everyday experiences and interactions with familiar people.
Parents are their children’s first and best teacher!
Provider's role is to work beside, and support parents in helping their children. The Provider is a coach, helping families to find the best ways to teach their children.
Families and Coaches
How PIC Gets the Job Done
Every child and family have a team of people working toward achieving goals. Parents are important members of the team.
Children must qualify based on amount of delay=50% or greater in one or more areas of development.
Diagnosed condition that is known to result in probability of developmental delay.
Informed Clinical Opinion
WHO receives PART C Services?
~ 913 children referred *
~ 593 children enrolled *
~ OCS involvement?
>20% of enrolled
>40% of referred

*SOA FY 15 data
How many does PIC serve?
PIC receives funding from:
State of Alaska-Infant Learning Program
United Way of Anchorage
Billing Revenue
Private grants and foundations
What families can expect...
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