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Specialized Training - Low Incidence Disability

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As part of our contract with the RI Department of Human Services, the Sherlock Center is asked to increase the clinical capacity of the EI system relative to four specialty populations. These are: Our technical assistance goals include identifying local and national expertise; maximizing the experience/expertise of EI staff in these areas; identifying training needs and system barriers; disseminating recommended practice; and offering regular opportunities for staff to be trained and to engage in case reviews across programs.

To achieve these goals, we developed a pyramid framework as an organizational tool.

At the bottom on the pyramid: In the middle of the pyramid: At the top of the pyramid:


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