Information Page & Interim DRDP for Special Ed/Infant-Toddler Rating Record

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New Supplemental Guidance for Special Education on Using the DRDP During the COVID-19 Pandemic for temporary use. The stand alone Information Page and Interim DRDP for Special Ed/Infant-Toddler are located here.

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DRDP (2015) – An Early Childhood Developmental Continuum

Special Education Information Page

For Use with Early Intervention and Early Childhood Special Education Programs

1. Child’s first name (Legal) __________________________

2. Child’s last name (Legal) __________________________

3. Date DRDP (2015) was completed (e.g., 03/07/2020) _______ / _______ / _______

4. Assessment period (e.g., Spring 2020) __________________________

Child Information

5. Student ID (Issued by district) __________________________

6. Statewide Student Identifier (10-digit SSID) __________________________

7. Gender   □ Male   □ Female   □ Non-binary

8. Birth date (e.g., 02/05/2017) ______ / ______ / ________

9. Special education enrollment. Check one.
   □ Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP)   □ Individualized Education Program (IEP)

Child’s Language

10. Is a language other than English spoken in the child’s home?   □ Yes   □ No
   If yes, complete the ELD measures for a preschool-age child.
   If the child is Deaf or Hard of Hearing and not learning a spoken language,
mark “No” and do not complete the ELD measures.

Special Education Information

11. Special education eligibility. Check one.
   □ Autism   □ Intellectual Disability   □ Specific Learning Disability
   □ Deaf-Blindness   □ Hard of Hearing
   □ Deafness   □ Multiple Disability   □ Speech or Language Impairment
   □ Emotional Disturbance   □ Orthopedic Impairment
   □ Established Medical Disability   □ Other Health Impairment   □ Traumatic Brain Injury
   □ Visual Impairment

12. Adaptations used in the assessment. Check all that apply.
   □ Augmentative or alternative communication system   □ Functional positioning
   □ Alternative mode for written language   □ Sensory support
   □ Visual support   □ Alternative response mode
   □ Assistive equipment or device   □ None

Child’s Educational Setting

13. Where does the child receive early care and education services, including special education services? Check all that apply.
   □ Remote Service Delivery/Distance Learning
   □ State Infant/Toddler Program   □ Title 1
   □ State Preschool   □ Family Child Care Home
   □ First   □ Private Infant/Toddler or Preschool Program
   □ Early Head Start/Head Start   □ District Infant/Toddler or Preschool Program
   □ Tribal Head Start   □ Separate Class/Special Day Class
   □ Migrant Program   □ Separate School for Children with Disabilities
   □ Child Care Center   □ Service Provider Location (e.g. clinic or office)
   □ Home-based   □ Other __________________________

Program Information

14. SELPA __________________________

15. District __________________________

Assessment Information

16. Name of primary special education assessor __________________________

17. Role. Check one.
   □ Early Intervention Specialist   □ Speech/Language Pathologist
   □ Occupational/Physical Therapist   □ Teacher of the Deaf/Hard of Hearing
   □ Program Specialist or Administrator   □ Teacher of the Visually Impaired
   □ Special Education Teacher   □ Other

18. DRAccessReports.org account email __________________________

19. Did you collaborate with someone to complete the assessment?   □ Yes   □ No
   If yes, check all that apply.
   □ General Education Teacher or Child Care Provider
   □ Family   □ Occupational/Physical Therapist
   □ Speech/Language Pathologist   □ Other __________________________


DRDP (2015) – An Early Childhood Developmental Continuum
Special Education Information Page
For Use with Early Intervention and Early Childhood Special Education Programs

Definitions

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Field

Definitions

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1

Child’s first name

Fill in the child’s legal name that is on the IFSP or IEP.

2

Child’s last name

Fill in the child’s legal name that is on the IFSP or IEP.

3

Date DRDP (2015) was completed

Enter the date the DRDP (2015) Rating Record was completed as mm/dd/yyyy.

4

Assessment period

Enter the assessment period for which the assessment is being completed, e.g., fall 2020 or spring 2021.

Child Information

5

Student ID

Enter the unique identifier assigned by the SELPA or district to the child.

6

Statewide Student Identifier

Enter the unique 10-digit number, issued by the California Department of Education, assigned to the child. If the child does not have an SSID, contact your administrator to obtain this number.

7

Gender

Check the box indicating the gender identification of the child using information obtained from the child’s family.

8

Birth date

Enter the child’s date of birth as mm/dd/yyyy.

9

Special education enrollment

Check only one box—either for a child age birth to three with an Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP); or a child age 3-5 with a preschool Individualized Education Program (IEP).

Child’s Language

10

Child’s language

  • If a language other than English is spoken in the child’s home, check “Yes” and complete the English Language Development (ELD) measures.
  • If no other language than English is spoken in the child’s home, check “No” and do not complete the ELD measures.
  • If the child is Deaf or Hard of Hearing and not learning a spoken language, check “No” and do not complete the ELD measures.

Special Education Information

11

Special education eligibility

Check the primary disability category contributing to the child’s eligibility for special education. Check only one box. If a child has more than one type of disability, the child can be reported under Multiple Disabilities.

12

Adaptations used in the assessment

Adaptations support a child’s participation in everyday activities and routines. Check the boxes for the categories of adaptations that are used in the child’s daily activities and routines that must be in place during the assessment. Check all that apply and record on the IEP.

Child’s Educational Setting

13

Child’s educational setting

This lists the educational settings where the child receives early care and education services, including special education. Check the box(es) where the child receives educational services, including both general education and special education. Check all that apply.

Program Information

14

SELPA

Enter the name of the SELPA that is responsible for providing services to the child and reporting data. If you do not know the name of the SELPA, check with your administrator.

15

District

Enter the unique identifier for the district that is responsible for ensuring that special education services are provided for a child with an IFSP or IEP whether or not the services are provided within this district.

Assessor Information

16

Name of primary special education assessor

Enter the name of the person responsible for completing the assessment. Others on the IEP team or who know the child well may contribute their observations to the measure ratings; however, the IEP team should designate one person to complete and submit the rating record.

17

Role

Check the box for the job title of the primary person completing the assessment. If the role is not on the list, check “Other.”

18

DR Access Reports account email

DR Access Reports is where you generate reports of DRDP (2015) results. If you enter your email address for your DR Access Reports account, your results will be automatically transferred every night. (This email address may be different than the one you use in SEIS, SIRAS, or DR Access Learn). You can create an account at DRAccessReports.org.

19

Collaboration to complete the assessment

If others worked with you to complete the DRDP (2015), check “Yes” and then check the box(es) that identify their role(s).

 


Interim DRDP for Special Ed/Infant-Toddler

DRDP (2015) – An Early Childhood Developmental Continuum

Interim DRDP
Special Education
Infant/Toddler View
Rating Record

For temporary use with infants and toddlers in Special Education Early Intervention Programs

Child’s Name (First and Last) ________________________

Student ID or SSID ________________________

Assessment Period (e.g., Spring 2020) ________________________

Date Interim DRDP was completed (e.g., 03/07/2020) ________ / ________ / ________

 

This temporary Rating Record is for use during the COVID-19 pandemic beginning fall 2020 until further notice. Use with the Supplemental Guidance in conjunction with the DRDP (2015) Infant/Toddler View manual to keep track of your measure ratings as you complete the assessment. Mark the latest developmental levels the child has mastered for the measures that appear in white.

Measure

Measure Name

Responding

Exploring

Building

Integrating

EM

UR

Earlier

Later

Earlier

Middle

Later

Earlier

Middle

Later

Earlier

ATL-REG 1

Attention Maintenance

 

 

 

 

ATL-REG 2

Self-Comforting

ATL-REG 3

Imitation

 

 

 

 

ATL-REG 4

Curiosity and Initiative in Learning

ATL-REG 5

Self-Control of Feelings and Behavior

 

 

 

 

SED 1

Identity of Self in Relation to Others

 

 

 

 

SED 2

Social and Emotional Understanding

 

 

 

 

SED 3

Relationships and Social Interactions with Familiar Adults

 

 

 

 

SED 4

Relationships and Social Interactions with Peers

 

 

 

 

SED 5

Symbolic and Sociodramatic Play

LLD 1

Understanding of Language (Receptive)

 

 

 

LLD 2

Responsiveness to Language

LLD 3

Communication and Use of Language (Expressive)

 

 

 

LLD 4

Reciprocal Communication and Conversation

 

 

 

LLD 5

Interest in Literacy

 

 

 

 

COG 1

Spatial Relationships

 

 

 

 

COG 2

Classification

 

 

 

 

COG 3

Number Sense of Quantity

 

 

 

 

Note: COG 4 - COG 7 and COG 10 are only for use for preschool age children

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

COG 8

Cause and Effect

 

 

 

 

COG 9

Inquiry Through Observation and Investigation

 

 

 

 

COG 11

Knowledge of the Natural World

PD-HLTH 1

Perceptual-Motor Skills and Movement Concepts

PD-HLTH 2

Gross Locomotor Movement Skills

 

 

 

PD-HLTH 3

Gross Motor Manipulative Skills

PD-HLTH 4

Fine Motor Manipulative Skills

 

 

 

PD-HLTH 5

Safety

 

 

 

 

PD-HLTH 6

Personal Care Routines: Hygiene

 

 

 

 

PD-HLTH 7

Personal Care Routines: Feeding

PD-HLTH 8

Personal Care Routines: Dressing