The Institute's Early Childhood Center publishes a quarterly e-newsletter entitled What's Happening. What's Happening focuses on current research and best practices for Early Childhood professionals and settings to inform practices in the state of Indiana. Click to subscribe to the What's Happening newsletter. Please feel free to contact Early Childhood Center Graduate Assistant, Kirsten Bonifacio, with any questions regarding the "Whats Happening" at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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In addition to the Indiana Institute FYI Newsletter, we publish three additional specialty newsletters that are disseminated via print, fax, e-mail, alternative formats, and posted on the Institute’s Web sites. Join our mailing list(s) today.
The FYI Weekly Newsletter
The FYI Weekly Newsletter is the Indiana Institute’s primary information dissemination vehicle and provides weekly updates on training events sponsored by the Institute and other state entities, our work as it relates to our six research and training Centers, and new acquisitions of disability-related materials in our Library. The FYI is disseminated via an e-newsletter at no charge. Click to subscribe. Contact Joel Fosha, Director, Office of Communications, if you have any questions about subscribing to the FYI Newsletter.
The Indiana Resource Center for Autism Reporter
The IRCA Reporter e-newsletter is the newsletter of the Indiana Resource Center for Autism. In an effort to go green, this e-newsletter will replace the hard copy Reporter that has been mailed for decades.
The Indiana Resource Center for Autism at the Indiana Institute is focused on preparing family members, individuals on the spectrum, and the professionals who support them, with the knowledge and skills to promote expanded opportunities and an enhanced quality of life. Having an electronic version of our newsletter will allow us to provide more timely access to articles and information.
Included in this newsletter will be practical articles written by IRCA staff about strategies and services, and about events hosted by the Indiana Resource Center for Autism. Click to subscribe to the IRCA Reporter. Contact Pam Anderson, Outreach Specialist, if you have any questions about subscribing to the IRCA Reporter E-Newsletter.