Archive for the ‘EI Research to Practice Briefs’ Category

Research to Practice Brief #6: Home Visiting Beliefs and Practices

On a given day, you might have anywhere from 2-6 visits with families. If you step back and reflect, … 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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EI Research to Practice Brief #4 – Participation-based Practices Result in More Engaged Children and Caregivers

Where are your practices on the traditional vs. participation-based continuum? Wherever you are on the continuum, take some … Continue reading

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EI Research to Practice Brief #3 – Collaboration between EI and the Medical Home

A new pediatric practice has just opened in your city and expressed an interest in meeting with staff … Continue reading

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EI Research to Practice Brief #2: Linking Parents’ Verbal Behaviors with Children’s Communication Development

The practice of early intervention (EI) is always evolving and changing as new evidence comes to light about … Continue reading

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