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Evaluator Applicants

For consideration on being issued an EI Evaluation/Assessment Credential, applicants must meet the Qualifications for EI Evaluation/Assessment Providers, and be issued an EI Credential for their specific discipline (e.g. ST, OT, DT). Evaluation/Assessment reports submitted must follow the required Evaluation/Assessment Report Format. This credential is for individuals who wish to provide initial evaluations to determine eligibility or the addition of a new service. Credentialed providers who provide annual and ongoing evaluations can continue to do so without having the evaluator/assessment credential status.

Evaluation and Assessment Podcast

Submit to Provider Connections 2 complete copies of the following application:

EI Evaluation/Assessment Portfolio Application

Beginning July 1, 2013, Evaluation/Assessment Portfolio Applications are reviewed on a monthly basis. The applications are sent to outside review teams for peer review. Allow 4-6 weeks from the beginning of the review period for results.

If an applicant's Evaluation/Assessment Portfolio application is complete and the evaluations submitted are deemed as being of sufficient quality and are in the required Evaluation/Assessment Report Format as defined by the Department of Human Services, the applicant will be issued a Temporary Evaluation/Assessment credential. Providers will be notified of the results of the portfolio review by letter. Reports must meet FERPA privacy requirements or they will be automatically denied. Click here to review HIPAA vs. FERPA guidelines.

Providers must maintain their discipline specific credential in order to maintain the evaluator credential. It the discipline specific credential goes inactive so will the evaluator credential.

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