The 7 Key Principles of Early Intervention

AzEIP Introduction - Please watch this video before viewing any of the videos below

Intro to the 7 Key Principles of Early Intervention  

Key Principle 1: Learning through everyday experiences

Key Principle 2: All families can enhance their childrdren's learning

Key Principle 3: Primary role of the service provider

Key Principle 4: Early Intervention process is individualized and dynamic

Key Principle 5: Outcomes based on needs and priorities

Key Principle 6: Addressing families priorities, needs, and interests

Key Principle 7: Using evidence based practices      

 

The above materials were created by the WA Systems Improvement Project Team. (2011). IDEA Part C on-line training modules. Modified from http://www.nectac.org/wamodules/wamodules.asp  For complete information on the credits, citation, and permission to use, please click here [http://www.nectac.org/wamodules/credits.asp].

 

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