Posts Tagged ‘engagement’

Introducing Teleflections©: We Are All in This Together

We are all in this together. Early interventionists are exploring and learning new telehealth options. For many, this … Continue reading

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10 Strategies for Engaging Parents (not Children?) during Tele-Intervention

Let’s get right to the point. You are not trying to engage an infant or toddler on video … Continue reading

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Creating Cognitive Dissonance as a Learning Strategy

We all have times when we leave visits feeling like it went great because we were able to … Continue reading

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Everyday Leadership: Redefining Leadership in Lollipop Moments

Drew Dudley believes every person has changed someone’s life not by doing something extraordinary but rather through the … Continue reading

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Special Designation: A Parent’s Aha Moment

In our previous discussion about the levels of awareness for parents of young children with disabilities, we explored … Continue reading

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