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EXTERIOR


RAINSHIELD RS-2918 Rain-Shield Exterior Satin SDS ENG.pdf RS-2919 Rain-Shield Exterior Tint Base SDS ENG.pdf RS-3360 Rain-Shield Exterior Flat SDS ENG.pdf RS-3775 Rain-Shield Texture (Medium) SDS ENG.pdf RS-3778 Rain-Shield Exterior Texture SDS ENG.pdf SC-303 Rain-Shield Elastomeric Flat SDS ENG.pdf MAXIMA SUPREME MA-3329 Maxima Supreme Ext Flat SDS ENG.pdf MA-3335 Maxima Supreme Ext Satin SDS ENG.pdf MA-3341 Maxima Supreme Ext Semi Gloss SDS ENG.pdf MA-3330 Maxima Supreme Flat Tint Base SDS ENG.pdf MA-3331 Maxima Supreme Flat Deep Base SDS ENG.pdf MA-3332 Maxima Supreme Flat Accent Base SDS ENG.pdf MA-3336 Maxima Supreme Satin Tint Base SDS ENG.pdf MA-3337 Maxima Supreme Satin Deep Base SDS ENG.pdf MA-3338 Maxima Supreme Satin Accent Base SDS ENG.pdf MA-3342 Maxima Supreme Semi Gloss Tint Base SDS ENG.pdf MA-3343 Maxima Supreme Semi Gloss Deep Base SDS ENG.pdf MA-3344 Maxima Supreme Semi GlossAccent Base SDS ENG.pdf MAXIMA MA-2835 Maxima Exterior Eggshell SDS ENG.pdf MA-2840 Maxima Exterior Flat SDS ENG.pdf MA-2845 Maxima Exterior Satin SDS ENG.pdf MA-2850 Maxima Exterior Semi Gloss SDS ENG.pdf COOLGUARD CG-3710 CoolGuard Int/Ext Flat SDS ENG.pdf DRY COAT DC-480 Dry Coat Flat SDS.pdf COMPLETE EXTERIOR CO-2855 Complete Exterior Flat SDS.pdf CO-2855 Complete Exterior Flat Base White/Pastel SDS ENG.pdf CO-2856 Complete Exterior Flat Tint Base SDS ENG.pdf CO-2857 Complete Exterior Flat Deep Base SDS ENG.pdf CO-2858 Complete Exterior Flat Accent Base SDS ENG.pdf CO-2860 Complete Exterior Satin White/Pastel Base SDS ENG.pdf CO-2861 Complete Exterior Acrylic Satin Tint Base SDS ENG.pdf CO-2862 Complete Exterior Satin Deep Base SDS ENG.pdf CO-2863 Complete Exterior Satin Accent Base SDS ENG.pdf CO-2865 Complete Exterior SG Pastel Base SDS ENG.pdf CO-2866 Complete Exterior Semi Gloss Base Tint SDS ENG.pdf CO-2867 Complete Exterior SG Deep Base SDS ENG.pdf CO-2868 Complete Exterior Semi Gloss Accent Base SDS ENG.pdf DURATONE PLUS DP-1163 Duratone Plus Flat White SDS ENG.pdf DP-1165 Duratone Plus Flat White/Pastel SDS ENG.pdf DP-1166 Duratone Plus Flat Tint Base SDS ENG.pdf DP-1167 Duratone Plus Exterior Flat Deep Base SDS ENG.pdf DP-1168 Duratone Plus Ext Flat Accent Base SDS ENG.pdf DP-1170 Duratone Plus Int Ext Satin White SDS ENG.pdf DP-1172 Duratone Plus Satin White/Pastel SDS ENG.pdf DP-1173 Duratone Plus Int Ext Satin Tint SDS ENG.pdf DP-1174 Duratone Plus Int Ext Satin Deep Base SDS ENG.pdf DP-1175 Duratone Plus Satin Accent Base SDS ENG.pdf DP-1177 Duratone Plus Int Ext Semi Gloss White SDS ENG.pdf DP-1179 Duratone Plus Semi Gloss White Pastel SDS ENG.pdf DP-1180 Duratone Plus Int Ext Semi Gloss Tint SDS ENG.pdf DP-1181 Duratone Plus Exterior Semi Gloss Deep Base SDS ENG.pdf DP-1182 Duratone Plus Exterior Semi Gloss Accent Base SDS ENG.pdf




INTERIOR


MAXIMA HP MA-3219 Maxima HP Flat White Pastel SDS ENG.pdf MA-3220 Maxima HP Flat Tint Base SDS ENG.pdf MA-3221 Maxima HP Flat Deep Base SDS ENG.pdf MA-3222 Maxima HP Flat Accent Base SDS ENG.pdf MA-3233 Maxima HP S-Gloss INT White-Pastel SDS ENG.pdf MA-3234 Maxima HP Int. S.Gloss Tint Base SDS ENG.pdf MA-3235 Maxima HP Int. Semi Gloss Deep Base SDS ENG.pdf MA-3236 Maxima HP Int. Semi Gloss Accent Base SDS ENG.pdf MA-3390 Maxima HP Eggshell White/Pastel SDS ENG.pdf MA-3391 Maxima HP Eggshell Tint Base Interior SDS ENG.pdf MA-3392 Maxima HP Eggshell Deep Base Interior SDS ENG.pdf MA-3393 Maxima HP Eggshell Accent Base Interior SDS ENG.pdf MA-3752 Maxima Alkyd Interior Semi-Gloss White Pastel SDS ENG.pdf COMPLETE ZERO CO-3770 Complete Zero Interior Latex Eggshell SDS ENG.pdf CO-3772 Complete Zero Interior Eggshell Deep Base ENG.pdf CO-3820 Complete Zero Interior Latex Semi White/Pastel SBS ENG.pdf COMPLETE INTERIOR CO-2870 Complete Int Flat White Pastel SDS ENG.pdf CO-2871 Complete Int Flat Tint Base SDS ENG.pdf CO-2872 Complete Int Flat Deep Base SDS ENG.pdf CO-2873 Complete Int Flat Accent Base ENG.pdf CO-2875 Complete Interior Satin White-Pastel SDS ENG.pdf CO-2876 Complete Interior Satin Tint SDS ENG.pdf CO-2877 Complete Interior Satin Deep Base SDS ENG.pdf CO-2878 Complete Interior Satin Accent Base SDS ENG.pdf CO-2880 Complete Interior Semi Gloss White/Pastel Base SBS ENG.pdf CO-2881 Complete Interior Semi-Gloss Tint Base SDS ENG.pdf CO-2882 Complete Interior Semi-Gloss Deep Base SDS ENG.pdf CO-2883 Complete Int Semi-Gloss Accent Base SDS ENG.pdf CO-2885 Complete Int Eggshell White & Pastel SDS ENG.pdf CO-2886 Complete Int Eggshell Tint Base SDS ENG.pdf CO-2887 Complete Int Eggshell Deep Base SDS ENG.pdf CO-2888 Complete Int Eggshell Accent Base SDS ENG.pdf PRECAT EPOXY LP-3795 Pre-Cat WB Epoxy Gloss SDS ENG.pdf LP-3800 Pre-Cat WB Epoxy SG .pdf LP-3825 Pre-Cat WB Epoxy SG.pdf DURATONE PLUS DP-1170 Duratone-Plus Int-Ext Satin SDS ENG.pdf DP-1177 Duratone-Plus Int-Ext Semi Gloss SDS SDS.pdf CONTRACTOR PRO CP-3743 Contractor-Pro Interior Flat SDS ENG.pdf RENEW RE-2899 Renew Interior Ceiling Flat SDS ENG.pdf RE-2900 Renew Interior Flat SDS ENG.pdf RE-2905 Renew Interior Satin SDS ENG.pdf RE-2910 Renew Interior Semi-Gloss SDS ENG.pdf SUPRA VA-3754 Supra Interior Flat SDS ENG.pdf MAXIMA ALKYD MA-3752 Maxima Contractor's Premium Alkyd Semi-Gloss SDS ENG.pdf




ANTICORROSIVE PAINTS & PRIMERS


ULTRA DUREX DE-3310 Ultra Durex Satin White/Pastel Base SDS ENG.pdf DE-3312 Ultra Durex Satin Tint Base SDS ENG.pdf DE-3313 Ultra Durex Satin Deep Base SDS ENG.pdf DE-3314 Ultra Durex Satin Accent Base SDS ENG.pdf DE-3315 Ultra Durex Satin Primer White SDS ENG.pdf DE-3317 Ultra Durex Accent Base Primer SDS ENG.pdf DE-3320 Ultra Durex Gloss White DTM SDS ENG.pdf DE-3321 Ultra Durex Gloss Black SDS ENG.pdf DE-3323 Ultra Durex Gloss Tint Base SDS ENG.pdf DE-3324 Ultra Durex Gloss Deep Base SDS ENG.pdf DE-3325 Ultra Durex Gloss Accent Base SDS ENG.pdf DE-3748 Ultra Durex Satin Clear.pdf DE-3750 Ultra Durex Gloss Clear ENG.pdf RUST ELIMINATOR SE-800 Rust Eliminator SDS ENG.pdf GALVACON GC-243 Galvacon SDS ENG.pdf SUPER GALVANIZED PRIMER SG-664 Oil-White Galvanized SDS ENG.pdf METAL MASTER OXIDES MM-100 Metal Master Red Oxide SDS ENG.pdf MM-200 Metal Master Gray SDS ENG.pdf MM-3755 Metal Master White SDS ENG.pdf





 
 
 

Insurance

Do I need to worry about costs?
 

No! If your child is eligible for the Early Intervention Program, early intervention services must be provided at no cost to you.


Health insurance, including private insurance and Medicaid, is used to pay for early intervention
services in New York State.


New York State law protects family insurance policies from being affected by payments for early intervention services. Your insurance policy can only be used if your insurance company is licensed or regulated by New York State. If your policy is not subject to New York State regulation, its use is voluntary on your part.


When your insurance is used for early intervention:
• You will not have to make out-of-pocket payments for co-payments or deductibles. This is true even if your insurance company is not licensed or regulated by New York State and you volunteer to use your insurance for early intervention.


• Payments for early intervention services will not be applied to the annual and lifetime caps in your insurance policy. Your coverage for health services will not be reduced because your child is receiving early intervention services. These protections apply to your policy only if your insurer is licensed or regulated by New York State.New York State has a health insurance plan for kids called Child Health Plus. Children under the age of 19 who are not eligible for Medicaid and who have limited or no health insurance may be eligible.

For information, call the Child Health Plus
toll-free number at 1-800-698-4KIDS (1-800-698-4543).

 

Checklists

 

Glossary

Glossary of Terms

Adaptive Skills (Also called self-help skills)


The skills needed to take care of ones basic needs, e.g., eating, dressing, grooming, toileting




Early Intervention Services


Services provided by Qualified Personnel (e.g., speech language pathologist, physical therapist) that meet the needs of a Child and family as described in the Individualized Family Service Plan. These services are provided with parent consent and, as much as possible, in natural environments.




Expressive Language


The ability to use words and spoken language to express ones wants and needs.




Fine Motor Skills


The small muscle group used to accomplish tasks such as writing, cutting, stacking blocks, etc.




Functional Outcomes


Goals that a child is to achieve in a natural setting (home or community), using the services and supports specified in the IFSP




Gross Motor Skills


The large motor groups used to accomplish such tasks as sitting, standing, walking, throwing and jumping




Individualized Education Program (IEP)


A legal written plan for children that documents the childs current level of functioning and an individualized plan of instruction, including goals, services to be received and accommodations needed in an educational setting. The IEP is required for all children who receive special education services ages 3 through 21. The IEP is reviewed annually but it can be reviewed and revised at any time.




Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP)


A written plan for children birth to age 3 receiving early intervention services. The IFSP is based on the concerns and priorities of the family and is reviewed every 6 months.




Informed Consent


Parents/guardians have the opportunity to review the information that will be shared regarding their child. Parents must sign an informed consent form before information is released




Multi-sensory approach to learning


Introducing information using several of the childs senses: hearing, vision, touch and movement.




Pre-Academic Skills


The skills a child must learn (such as matching shapes or colors; one to one correspondence and other concepts) before learning more complex academic skills (such as reading, math and spelling)




Preschool


School for children ages 3 to 5 years of age




Receptive Language


The understanding of language and the spoken word




Sensory Integration


The ability to use ones senses (touch, smell, taste, sight and hearing) to make meaning of ones environment and to react to the environment appropriately




Service Coordinator


Responsible for services planning, connecting families to services and monitoring the childs progress in learning new skills




Tactile defensiveness


Reacting negatively or over reaction to being touched by others or touching objects that would not normally cause one to react




Transition


A child and family centered process that occurs when a child moves from one program or setting to another. Parents and providers are to be a collaborative team in the systematic planning process




Evaluation


Process used to determine a Child’s eligibility for the Early Intervention Program.




ABA - Applied Behavioral Analysis


Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) can be described as a therapeutic intervention, and teaching methodology based on behaviorist theory which target socially significant behaviors through a system of reinforcement and promoting positive behaviors.





 

Disclaimer

The Early Intervention Program (EIP) is a public program for children under the ages of three who are either suspected of having a risk for developmental delays or disabilities. Potentially eligible children must be referred to a county program by calling 311 to receive EIP services. EIP is funded by New York State and county governments. All EIP services are provided at no cost to parents. Health insurance may be used for approved services. A child’s eligibility for the program can be determined only by state-approved evaluators under contract, and all services must be authorized by the county. The county will arrange for the services to be provided and will choose the provider based on the needs of the child and family. EI services are provided where it’s best for the child in places such as your home, daycare, or other community settings. The EIP covers the cost of early intervention services only. The EIP does not pay for the daycare or other fees charged by the community settings. The Early Intervention Program (EIP) is a public program for children under the age of three who are either suspected of having or are at risk for developmental delays or disabilities.
 

While the Personal Touch Early Intervention Program makes every effort to post accurate and reliable information, it does not guarantee or warrants that the information on this web site is complete, accurate or up-to-date. The Personal Touch Early Intervention Program assumes no responsibility for the use or application of any posted material. This web site is intended solely for the purpose of electronically providing the public with general health-related information and convenient access to data resources.

 

The Personal Touch Early Intervention Program assumes no responsibility for any error, omissions or other discrepancies between the electronic and printed versions of documents.
The Personal Touch Early Intervention Program cannot provide individual advice or counseling, whether medical, legal, or otherwise. If you are seeking specific advice or counseling, you should contact a licensed practitioner or professional, a social services agency representative, or an organization in your local community.
 

The Personal Touch Early Intervention Program web site links to web sites maintained by other entities. Reasonable precautions are taken to link only to web sites which are appropriate, accurate and maintained by reputable organizations. However, those web pages are not under the Personal Touch Early Intervention Program control and the Personal Touch Early Intervention Program is not responsible for the information or opinions expressed in those linked sites.

 

Your Rights

Parents have rights under the Early Intervention Program that you should know. Your Early Intervention Official is responsible for making sure you know about your rights. These rights include:

 

  • The right to say yes or no to having your child evaluated or screened and taking part in a family assessment.

  • The right to say yes or no to participating in the Early Intervention Program without risking the right to take part in the future.

  • The right to say yes or no to any certain type of early intervention service without risking your right to other types of early intervention services.

  • The right to keep information about your family private.

  • The right to look at and change your child's written record under the Early Intervention Program.

  • The right to be told by your Early Intervention Official about any possible changes in your child's evaluation or other early intervention services before any changes are made.

  • The right to take part – and ask others to take part – in all meetings where decisions will be made about changes in your child's evaluation or services.

  • The right to use due process procedures to settle complaints.

  • The right to an explanation of how your insurance may be used to pay for early intervention  services.

 
Part of your service coordinator's job is to explain these rights to you and make sure you understand them and help you carry them out.
 
Your child's records
 
Your child's record includes all written materials developed or used for the Early Intervention Program. Your child's record may include:

  • Information gathered as part of your child's referral to the Early Intervention Official.

  • Screening and evaluation reports and summaries.

  • Your family assessment (if you took part in one).

  • Your Individualized Family Service Plan and all documents related to the plan.

  • Progress notes and other information about your child's and family's services prepared by early intervention service providers (including your service coordinator).

  • Any records about complaints you may have filed.

  • All other records involving your child and family.

 
All information in your child's record must be kept confidential by the Early Intervention Official and early intervention elevators, service providers, and service coordinators. You must give your written permission to allow information in your child's record to be released. There are two types of "releases" that you can sign:

  • A selective release – this type of release requires you to identify the persons who can access the information in your child's record and from whom they can get the information.

  • A general release – this type of release will allow information to be shared with individuals and agencies that will be providing services to your child and family.

 
No matter what type of release you sign, you can change your decision about who can access your child's record at any time.

Contact 
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Lake Success, NY 11042

iTel: 718-380-7600   Fax: 718-820-9197

1501 Astor Avenue, Lobby 1A

Bronx, NY 10469

Tel: 347-571-2179    Fax: 718-994-4937

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