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STATEWIDE
EARLY STEPS REPORT

Reporting Period July 1, 2011 - June 30, 2012


INDICATOR STATEWIDE TARGET STATEWIDE
PERFORMANCE
2009-2010
STATEWIDE
PERFORMANCE
2010-2011
1. Infants and toddlers receive early intervention services in a timely manner 100% 81% 90%*
2. Infants and toddlers receive early intervention services in the home or community based settings 75% 79%* 84%*
3A1. Infants and toddlers demonstrate improved social/emotional skills at exit** 36.2% 35.0%* 32.9%
3A2. Infants and toddlers demonstrate typical social/emotional skills at exit** 75.8% 75.2% 68.9%
3B1. Infants and toddlers demonstrate improved use of knowledge and skills at exit** 52.8% 53.7%* 54.6%*
3B2. Infants and toddlers demonstrate typical use of knowledge and skills at exit** 49.8% 49.5% 45.7%
3C1. Infants and toddlers demonstrate improved use of appropriate behaviors to meet needs at exit** 52.6% 56.4%* 56.6%*
3C2. Infants and toddlers demonstrate typical use of appropriate behaviors to meet needs at exit** 76.0% 76.0%* 70.7%
4A. Families report that early intervention services have helped their family know their rights 67.0% 75%* 73%
4B. Families report that early intervention services have helped their family effectively communicate their children's needs 63.0% 70%* 71%*
4C. Families report that early intervention services have helped their family help their child grow 78.0% 89%* 85%
5. Percent of birth to one year old children served*** 0.72% 0.69%* 0.70%*
6. Percent of birth to three year old children served*** 1.89% 2.06% 1.88%
7. An evaluation and initial IFSP are conducted for eligible infants and toddlers within 45 days from the date of referral 100% 92%* 92%
8A. The child’s Individualized Family Support Plan includes steps and services to support transition 100% 97%* 98%*
8B. The Local Education Agency is notified of potentially eligible children 100% 97%* 98%*
8C. A transition conference is held at least 90 days prior to child’s third birthday 100% 88%* 90%*


For a more complete description of each indicator see the Indicator Description chart.  For additional information please refer to the State Performance Plan and the Annual Performance Report.

* Indicates improved performance from previous year.

**The child outcomes data collection process has been phased in over a two year period, therefore data does not represent all children exiting during the year.

***Indicators 5 & 6 calculations use data from the U.S. census bureau estimates for 2011.

Data Source: http://www.census.gov/popest/