Posts Tagged ‘engagement’

Supporting Toddlers with Autism by Changing OUR Behavior

Today I want to share someone else’s blog post that just wow’ed me. Before you read what I … 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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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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The Child Completely Avoids You…What Do You Do?

You’ve been seeing Max and his grandmother for 3 visits now. On each visit, Max completely avoids you. … Continue reading

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Helping Toddlers Pay Attention Who are Constantly On the Move

You’ve probably met Isaiah before. In his child care classroom, his teacher struggles to keep him at the … Continue reading

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