Posts Tagged ‘early childhood’

Levels of Awareness: The Ostrich Phase

As an early interventionist, you are in a help giving profession and you want to ensure that you … 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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Emerging Parenthood: Trust the Process – Don’t Rush the Process

While working through the emotions that come with parenting a child with disabilities, there was also a steep … Continue reading

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The Struggle is Real…Important

It’s Thursday afternoon and I’m banging my head on the steering wheel after my home visit. Why? Because … Continue reading

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Don’t Forget the Family’s Perspective

Think about the following perspectives during the Assessment for Service Planning and IFSP development process: ________________________________________________________________________________________ Team Members … Continue reading

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