Worth Repeating: The Art and Science of Home Visits
Stredler Brown, A. (2005, January 18). The ASHA Leader.
A basic tenet of family-centered intervention is a commitment to help families—to navigate the early intervention system, to identify resources, to learn new information, and to adopt strategies to use at home with their young child. In family-centered intervention, the early interventionist establishes a relationship with family members and becomes their consultant. Through this relationship, family members discover their natural strengths. They then capitalize on these strengths as they learn what they need to do to facilitate their child’s growth.
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