Posts Tagged ‘students’

Do You Have to Be a Parent to Be a Good Early Interventionist?

On Reagan’s first visit with Cole’s family, she feels like she is “under the microscope.” Cole’s grandmother, Celia, … Continue reading




Read more

Feeling Inspired! – What’s Inspired You Lately?

First, let me thank Lisa Terry for the idea for this post! Lisa posted “Feeling inspired” on our … Continue reading




Read more

Do’s & Don’ts for Managing an Unclean Environment

Visiting all kinds of environments is one of the things that I’ve always loved about early intervention. No … Continue reading




Read more

Letting It Go…Role Release and Why It Can Be Hard

Maybe you’ve been working in early intervention for many years and you’re great at what you do. Or … Continue reading




Read more

Is That Even In My Job Description?

I graduated in May 2013 from JMU with my Master’s degree in Inclusive Early Childhood Education. From the … Continue reading




Read more

Developing & Promoting Early Intervention Expertise – What Professional Development Providers Can Do

In the most recent issue of Young Exceptional Children, Bonnie Keilty, Ed.D., wrote the “Voices from the Field” … Continue reading




Read more

Three New EI Videos! – Your “Must Watch” for the Day

Here in VA, we are so excited to release our new video series entitled Early Intervention: A Routines-Based Approach! … Continue reading




Read more

Reading Between Visits

How do you keep your early intervention knowledge and practices current? It’s not always easy! Keeping up with … Continue reading




Read more

DOs and DON’Ts – Mentoring Students in EI Programs

A new student walks into your office and sits down on the first day of her practicum. You begin your … Continue reading




Read more