Early Intervention Strategies

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by mhiter
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Psychology

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Early Intervention Strategies

Notification of a referral must be done within two days to the proper agencyWithin 45 days the following has to be completed:Assign a service coordinator; Notify parents and provide their rights; obtain parental consent to evaluate a child; conduct evaluation; have a meeting with parents to determine eligibility; obtain written permission to provide services;Every 6 months parents have to be notified of the review and conduct review; Anually, meeting has to be held to review progress and provide procedural safeguards.At 2 years and 6 months parents have to be notified of transitionAt 2 years and 9 months transition services have to be completed

ByMario Hiter

IFSP Timeframes

* Utilize early learning play games* Let children play with other children to develop social skills* Provide opportunities for a child to communicate* Use parallel play activities with a child* Use games that play with sounds* Utilize routines as games* Use assistive devices

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Roles of parents: * Knows child and his/her needs best* Provides supports within childs' daily environment* Organizes priorities to accomodate a child and family members' lives* Service coordinator provides information regarding all services a child will receive* Provide specific information critical to childs' development* Ensure services are provided in a timely manner* Protect children and families from poorly executed/lack of servicesRoles of providers: * Profesionals in a variety of fields who plan, coordinate, and deliver services to children and families

Early Intervention Strategies

Roles of state:* Service coordinator provides information regarding all services a child will receive* Provide specific information critical to childs' development* Ensure services are provided in a timely manner* Protect children and families from poorly executed/lack of services

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Roles of providers:* Profesionals in a variety of fields who plan, coordinate, and deliver services to children and families

* Concern with typical developmental milestones of a baby from birth to age three who may not develop in one or more areas: self-help, physical, cognitive, communication, and social skills.* Designed to meet the needs of children who have early signs of developmental delay or disability* IFSP: a written document of personal and social services needed to support a child and the family

Early Childhood Intervention Strategies

Risk factors may be biological or environmental.Biological factors - risks associated with damage to a child during pregnancy, birth, or after birth* Physical or mental disabilities* Gender* Poor healthEnvironmental factors - external risk factors in which child develops* Social or ethnic background* Poverty* Environment at home* Poor parenting skills

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