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The Early Intervention Workbook free pdf Discover the 7 key principles and associated practices for effective early intervention services and start putting them into action today! This easy-to-use, fillable workbook reveals not only "what" every EI professional should be doing in their practice, but also "how" to do it, with practical tips, activities, and strategies they can use to improve their work with children and families right away.Based on specific recommendations from a workgroup of today's top researchers, this comprehensive resource walks readers through every key step of the early intervention journey with children birth to 3, from the crucial first meeting with a family to the child's transition out of intervention. Perfect for group training sessions or independent study, it's a great workbook to fill in, learn from, and then keep close at hand as a quick and easy reminder of best practices.WHY IT'S A MUST-HAVE:

  • Identifies and focuses on the best of today's most successful evidence-based intervention approaches
  • Helps professionals deliver high-quality services in natural environments
  • Hard-to-find guidance on actual "implementation" of best practices
  • Walks readers explicitly through every step of effective early intervention
  • Interactive workbook format makes it easy to learn and reinforce recommended practices
  • Empowers professionals to make positive change happen, on a personal and systemic level
PRACTICAL MATERIALS: Sample scripts that model skillful interactions, helpful quick-reference checklists, engaging "Give It a Go" activities, realistic vignettes, and an in-depth family case study that lets readers practice identifying effective and ineffective practices. Practical guidance on the entire early intervention process!
  • Referral
  • Initial visits with the family
  • Evaluation

    About Lynda Pletcher

    Lynda Cook Pletcher is a Technical Assistance Specialist with The Early Childhood Technical Assistance (ECTA) center formerly NECTAC Funded by the US Department of Education where she has worked for 10 years. Her work has included providing technical assistance to statesa 0-5 early childhood special education systems, leading state strategic planning, addressing service delivery approaches for Part C agencies, review and revision of federal and state policies, change and implementation of evidence based practices at the provider level. Lyndaa s previous experiences, spaning 35 years in the field of early childhood and early childhood special education have included teaching in Head Start and child care centers, teaching in the public school systems (kindergarten and 3rd grade), early intervention home visitor, grant administration, training coordinator, agency director, teaching at the university level and a state director of IDEA Part C Program. She has been a frequent national presenter on a wide range of topics pertinent to early childhood and the systems to support evidence based practices. Lynda has served on many local and state level advisory boards and state initiatives and was a federal appointee to the Federal Interagency Coordinating Council for IDEA Part C. She is currently a member of the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) and in the past a member of the National Association for the Education of Young Children. (NAEYC). Naomi Younggren, PhD, is the Comprehensive System of Personnel Development (CSPD) Coordinator for the Department of Defense Army Educational and Developmental Intervention Services (EDIS) Early Intervention Programs, an adjunct early childhood faculty member with Central Texas College a Europe Campus, and an independent Early Childhood Consultant focusing on early intervention and preschool processes and best practices. Dr. Younggrena s 30 years of experience in early childhood special education include being a direct provider working with children with disabilities and their families in early intervention and preschool programs, providing technical assistance, authoring early intervention handbooks and training materials, and serving in a program development and leadership capacity. Her primary focus areas include authentic assessment, IFSP and preschool IEP development, natural environments and inclusion, family-centered practices, home visiting, service delivery models, adult learning, and applying the Child Outcomes Summary (COS) for measuring outcomes. "

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    Author : Lynda Pletcher
    Publisher : Brookes Publishing Co
    Data Published : 30 October 2013
    ISBN : 1598572245
    EAN : 9781598572247
    Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
    Number of Pages : 232 pages
    Age + : 15 years
    Language : English
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