Posts Tagged ‘coaching’

Coaching from the Outside

In evidence-based early intervention, our primary aim is to coach, rather than to “do therapy” ourselves. We teach … Continue reading

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Self-Actualization: Hello, I am the Parent of a Child with Disabilities

We are at the end of our discussion on the levels of awareness of parent of young children … Continue reading

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An Early Interventionist’s Internal Struggle

I’ve been thinking a lot about routines-based intervention lately. In particular, I’ve been thinking about (and experiencing) what … Continue reading

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The Parent Seems Uncomfortable…What Do You Do?

Maybe you’ve felt this before…you are on a visit and it’s the parent’s turn to practice using an … Continue reading

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4 Strategies to Help You Stay in Your Lane during EI Visits

You are committed to helping families practice using intervention strategies during your visits. You truly believe that’s an … Continue reading

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