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Facilitating and monitoring child development and play are key activities of early interventionists. Specifically, early intervention focuses on helping families promote the development of their infants and toddlers, ages birth to 36 months. Development is often best promoted during playful interactions between the child and parents and other caregivers, siblings, and other important people in a child’s life during daily activities and routines. Early interventionists help families use these playful interactions and activities to motivate children to achieve the goals that are important for development and the child’s family.

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