Wednesday, August 31, 2016
The early intervention guidebook for families and professionals: Partnering for success
The early intervention guidebook for families and professionals is a 224-page guide to early intervention for both families and professionals. The author is a professor and program coordinator of early childhood special education at Hunter College in New York. This second edition offers recent research and related implications for practice, specific tips that the family professional partnership can implement right away, a new chapter that describes how families and professionals, university instructors, and inservice providers can use the book, and more.
The book focuses on the family-professional partnership and is great for coursework, in-service professional development, and families investigating early intervention options. How children learn and develop is covered along with family functioning and priorities, and planning for ''what's next.''
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