Archive for March, 2014

The Parent says “You’re the expert. You tell me.” – What Do You Do?

At the initial IFSP meeting, Amada’s parents listen quietly as the other team members discuss their daughter’s development … Continue reading

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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

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Teaching Early Turn-Taking & Engagement Skills – An Example

Meet Jesse and his Mother Jesse is 22 months old and often plays by himself. When his mother … Continue reading

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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

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Fading Yourself Out of the Picture…

From the first time we meet a family or begin working with a child, we need to be … Continue reading

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