SPLASH: Visual Supports for K-12 Students with Moderate to Severe Disabilities (MSD)

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This course is for special education professionals working in a PK-12 school setting. Credit for early care and education/child care will NOT be issued.


SPLASH is an initiative of the Kentucky Department of Education’s State Personnel Development Grant (SPDG) funded by the Office of Special Education Programs and managed by the University of Louisville. SPLASH activities are grounded in research-based practices to increase teacher skill-sets and administrator understanding of indicators of high quality teaching and learning for students with moderate/severe disabilities (MSD). SPLASH is a program focusing on supporting low incidence teachers across the Commonwealth of Kentucky and bringing rigorous academic instruction for all students.

COMING SOON: Co-Teaching in Kentucky for the PK-12 Classroom

Course objective: To better understand the practice of co-teaching in Kentucky.

This course is funded by the State Personnel Development Grant (SPDG) and is intended for regular and special education teachers in the special education classroom in PK-12 grade.

Early Care and Education hours will not be awarded.

Transition 103: Endless Possibility – Preparing High School Students with Disabilities for Successful Transition to Employment

Guiding Questions: Answering the Questions for Success

  1. How do you prepare students for employment?
  2. What are the critical skills students need for successful transition into the workforce?
  3. What is the role OVR plays and how does the Workforce Innovation & Opportunities Act (WIOA) affect transition?
  4. What is the Community Work Transition Project and what is its role in successful transition?
  5. What needs to be done once the students are ready to start looking for a job?
  6. Is post-secondary education a possibility?
  7. What resources/employment programs are out there for people with disabilities? Whom do they serve? What services do they provide? Where do you find them?

Course developed by KentuckyWorks, funded by the US Administration on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, Administration for Community Living.

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ECE 080: Child Care Assistance Program: Billing Basics for Providers

Welcome to Billing Basics

We hope to share all the information that you need to do billing as easy and efficiently as possible.

If you have questions after you finish this training you may call the Billing Department at 1 844-209-2657.

The purpose of this training is:

  • To give providers a better understanding of the Child Care Assistance Program (CCAP) and its processes.
  • To explain important requirements for participants as a provider in the program.
  • To familiarize providers with forms that are used to determine Child Care Assistance Program payments for children enrolled in the program.
  • To understand the expectations of the child care regulation.

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