Kansas Inservice Training System (KITS)- Part C Tiny-K Infant/Toddler Program

The KUCDD building in Parsons, KS on a sunny summer day with blue sky and clouds.

This project, the Kansas Inservice Training System, provides professional development and technical assistance for staff and programs providing early intervention services to infants and toddlers with disabilities and their families. The continued growth and development of a comprehensive statewide training system, addressing professional development needs of infant/toddler early intervention professionals, related services personnel and families in the state of Kansas, in essential to assure equitable and quality services. Therefore, this project provides professional development, technical assistance, and learning opportunities through support of a variety of collaborative training and technical assistance activities on a comprehensive statewide basis. The project focuses on results-based professional development and technical assistance for the early intervention programs in the state, providing services for infants/toddlers with disabilities (Part C of IDEA). Additionally, parents and staff of agencies collaboration with tiny-k programs are afforded opportunities to be involved with training and technical assistance activities. 

Project details

  • Primary Investigator: David Lindeman

  • Project start Date: 07/01/2021

  • Project finish Date: 06/30/2022



  • Kansas Department of Health & Environment

  • Award Number: KITS SY2021 Lindeman