Babies Count is coming to Wisconsin and your partnership is critical to our success!
Babies Count is a national registry of children ages birth to 36 months with visual impairments that collaborates with public and private agencies to gather information regarding children, their vision conditions, and programs that support them and their families. This data is critically needed in the State of Wisconsin to aid in the identification of children with vision conditions, improve our early intervention programs, and forecast the number of children who may require specialized education services under the criteria for visual impairment once they are school aged.
If you or your agency work with a child birth to 36 months with a vision impairment, please fill out this brief contact form with your information, so we can get you started: https://forms.gle/WP5ES5Qbt9gcraQE7. Feel free to share this information with your schools, agencies, and families.
Babies Count: Agency Lead Instructional Video: See how easy it is to log in to the Babies Count website, add providers and view your data.
Babies Count: Provider Instructional Video: Easy to follow instructions for providers to log on to the Babies Count system and create surveys with families.
Visit Babies Count website to learn more!
For questions or additional information please contact the WI Babies Count Coordinator, Colleen Kickbush at BabiesCountWI@gmail.com or 414-403-8683.
In partnership with
American Printing House for the Blind (APH) and Vision Forward Association