Early intervention strategies

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Early intervention strategies

When the early intervention system obtains a referral about a child with possible delays or disability, a time clock commences running. The early intervention system must conduct a screening (if used in the state), initial evaluation of the child, initial assessments of the child and family, and write the IFSP, providing the child is eligible, within 45 days.

The Role of the ParentParents know their children best, and are therefore their best advocates! Parents have rights also, and should always give consent to any services provided. As a parent, be active, ask questions, help develop the IFSP and understand your child's ISP, pay attention to how your child learns best, and take control of your child's future!

Roles of the State1.) Provides funds for early intervention services and providers. 2.) Provides IEP and IFSP services.3.) Provides evaluations and support services. 4.) Provides early intervention services and information to all eligible children and their caregivers.

Early Intervention Strategies

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Early Intervention StrategiesThe goals of early intervention strategies include:1.) Addressing shortfalls that are cognitive, communication, social, play, and physical. 2.) Assisting infants and toddlers with disabilities learn the basic skills typically acquired during the first three years of their lives.3.) Builds individualized strategies based on the interests of the child or their families.4.) Emphasizes on familiarity and routine. 5.) Prepares the child for school,

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Provider RolesServices provided are determined by the child's unique needs. Possible roles of the provider include speech-language pathology services, occupational therapy, physical therapy, home visits, audiology services, psychological services, social work services, and transportation.


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