Where Intervention Happens: A Routines-Based Approach for Young Children with Disabilities
Presented by Dr. Robin McWilliam, EIEIO at The University of Alabama and Cami Stevenson, Multnomah Early Childhood Program
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Children learn in their everyday routines, from waking up through bedtime, including child care, if they get that. Ensuring that infants and toddlers with disabilities get the most intervention possible and the most relevant intervention possible means building their caregivers’ capacity. This webinar addressed the assessment of child and family needs, the use of a primary service provider, collaborative consultation to families or teachers, data to collect on our efforts, and how to train people on this routines-based approach. The webinar is geared at early intervention professionals and at caregivers who would like to have an early intervention professional working with them.
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