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Wyoming Institute for Disabilities

Screenings and Assessments

WIND focuses on screen and assessments through several initiatives. WIND projects on screening and assessments include:

Inventory of Client and Agency Planning (ICAP)

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The ICAP is a standardized measure that yields an estimate of a person's adaptive functioning, the extent of behavior problems that may limit his or her inclusion in various settings, as well as a systematic review of all available evaluation data. ICAP scores are used by the Wyoming Department of Health, Developmental Disabilities Division as part of the basis for determining eligibility for funding within the Developmental Disabilities service system. The Developmental Disabilities Division contracts with WIND to conduct ICAP interviews throughout the state and is responsible for conducting initial, emergency, and continuing eligibility interviews. More than 600 interviews are conducted each year.

Wyoming Act Early (WY Act Early)

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Wyoming Act Early will educate parents, health care professionals, and child care providers about developmental milestones and the early identification of autism spectrum disorders and other developmental disabilities. Through enhanced awareness the existing state system could provide more timely assessments, diagnosis, and referral for early intervention.

Wyoming Assistive Technology Resources (WATR)


The AT Act of 1998, as amended in 2004, to increase awareness and access to assistive technology. WATR provides assistive technology training and technical assistance, public awareness, device loans and device demonstrations in the domains of employment, community living, and education for all ages throughout the state. WATR provides assessments for assistive technology and augmentative alternative communication (AAC) for individuals of all ages.

Wyoming Vision Collaborative

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The Wyoming Vision Collaborative unites key Wyoming stakeholders and professionals in an ongoing process to establish a coordinated system of education, training, referral, and family support around childhood vision health. 

The mission of the Wyoming Vision Collaborative is to establish and ensure cohesive, statewide systems of care for childhood vision services include nine essential elements for statewide vision systems.

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