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Service Coordinator


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Early Intervention Service Coordinator and Early Intervention Service Coordination Supervisor

Service Coordinators in Ohio are credentialed through the Ohio Professional Registry (OPR), which is maintained by OCCRRA (the Ohio Child Care Resource and Referral Association).

Click here for instructions on creating and maintaining an OPR account. Questions may be directed to the OPR, credential@occrra.org.

Click here for instructions on applying for credentials and checking application status.

Note: For the Early Intervention Service Coordinator – 5-Year credential, one of the requirements is completion of the Service Coordinator Skills Inventory.

The revised Skills Inventory is coming soon!

Training requirements for Service Coordinator and Service Coordination Supervisor credentials.

SC and SC Supervisor Application for Training Approval

Employer Verification: Early Intervention SC Supervisor Applicant

This form may be used by an Early Intervention (EI) Service Coordination Supervisor credential applicant to obtain verification:

  • from an EI Service Coordination agency that the applicant is employed or under contract, or
  • from employers that the applicant has the required three years of verified full-time or equivalent part-time experience when the applicant does not have the required degree in a related field

For more information on EISC Supervisor credential requirements, see rule 5123-10-04(D).

Employer Verification: Early Intervention Service Coordinator Applicant

This form may be used by an Early Intervention (EI) Service Coordinator credential applicant to obtain verification:

  • from an EI Service Coordination agency that the applicant is employed or under contract,
  • from an employer that the applicant has the required two years of verified fulltime or equivalent part-time experience when the applicant does not have the required degree in a related field, or
  • from employers that the applicant for the five-year renewal or five-year transition renewal has worked at least 4000 hours as an EISC or directly providing EI services through an IFSP.

For more information on EISC credential requirements, see rule 5123-10-04(C).