Posts Tagged ‘parent-professional partnership’

Ever “Wonder” with Families?

Last week, our May Talks on Tuesdays webinar presenter, Jeannie Odachowski, presented about Approaching Families About Early Mental … Continue reading




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The Parent’s Expectations are So High…What Do You Do?

As you get to know Jackie, Teddy’s mother, you learn that she has very high expectations for her … Continue reading




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The Value of Collaborative Problem-Solving

Pop Quiz: What is the activity that families report in the literature as the most helpful thing that happens … Continue reading




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Explaining WHY We Ask So Many Questions

Imagine you are the parent who’s child is newly referred to early intervention (EI). Someone calls you and … Continue reading




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The Family Gives You a Gift…What Do You Do?

You walk into your last visit with Brayden’s family before the holidays. The visit goes well, and as … Continue reading




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A Professional Imposter: Reflections From an EI Provider/Mom

After earning a masters degree in education at the University of Kansas, I moved to North Carolina and … Continue reading




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EI Research to Practice Brief #5: Which Coaching Strategies Do We Really Use?

In your busy day, there’s often very little time to stop and really think about what you’re doing. … Continue reading




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Using Baby Steps to Address Challenging Behaviors during Real Routines

“Emma runs away every chance she gets. Open a door and she bolts. Try to walk with her … Continue reading




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6 Key Ideas for Joint Planning with Parents

I recently spoke with a mother who is a highly educated, early childhood professional and who received early … Continue reading




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Riding the Roller Coaster of Life… Raising Two Daughters with Disabilities

Twenty years ago, I was living in rural Vermont as a single parent of two daughters who had … Continue reading




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