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WV Birth to Three                                                        Telephone: (304) 558-5388
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If you would like to become a practitioner or service coordinator in the WV Birth to Three System, there are many things to consider.  The following steps will guide you through everything you need to consider to enroll as a service provider.

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NEWS

07/26/2021 - 7-Minute Healthcare Survey- Parent/Caregivers of Children with Developmental Disabilities

07/22/2021 - Great Beginnings! Registration is now open! September 23rd-24th, 2021

07/20/2021 - Infant Mental Health Association - Nurturing WV Babies


07/09/2021 - 29th Annual Families Conference to be held September 17-19, 2021

Family Conference Registration

Participant Information

07/08/2021 - ICC Family Membership Recruitment

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Nomination Form

07/05/2021 - Partners in Policymaking 2021-2022 - Partners in Policymaking is a leadership training program for adults with developmental disabilities and parents of children with developmental disabilties

Partners in Policymaking will be virtual this year, and the deadline has been extended to July 16, 2021 for new applications!

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Application

07/01/2021- WV Birth to Three RAU 5 & RAU 6, a program of MountainHeart Community Services, Inc., has one Floating Interim Service Coordinator Position in our Elkins office.

06/24/2021 - Celebrating Connections is accepting RFPs for their 2022 conference.
Click here to review the request.


06/11/2021 - Early Intervention Practitioner Survey

05/27/2021 - BEYOND EXPOSURE: A CARES APPROACH TO WORKING WITH CHILDREN AFFECTED BY SUBSTANCE USE DISORDER - Huntington & Charleston - June/July 2021

05/26/2021 - Save the Date - August 10th-11th, 2021 - Keynotes for Key People

05/12/2021 - Free Books - Imagination Library

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Enrollment - Form

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05/07/2021 - MAY IS BETTER HEARING AND SPEECH MONTH - To learn more about the benefits of early identification visit www.agbell.org.

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05/04/2021 - ISCs – Floating Interim Service Coordinator – Regions 5 and 6 and Interim Service Coordinator – Region 6.

WV Birth to Three RAU 6, a program of MountainHeart Community Services, Inc., has one Interim Service Coordinator Position in our Summersville office

Skill Builders, a West Virginia Birth to Three (WVBTT) service coordination agency, is recruiting new service coordinators for the following counties: Berkeley, Jefferson, Monongalia, Marion, Ohio, Marshall, Barbour, Gilmer, and Calhoun Counties


04/13/2021 - Think Kids, Inc., has received a grant from the WV Developmental Disabilities Council to study the challenges families face when accessing health care services for their children with developmental disabilities in the Mountain State. If you are a parent or caregiver, please consider taking the survey. The survey takes about 10 minutes and will provide information on the challenges that families have experienced and collect information on how the system can be improved. Click here to begin survey.

03/08/2021 - Gallaudet University - Regional Center West - Research Study Language Awareness in Deaf Children

05/09/2019 -
BridgeValley Community & Technical College - ASL Interpreter - Associate in Applied Science in American Sign Language Interpreting




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