In this week’s blog, we summarize research about: daily living skills in preschoolers with autism, caregivers’ perceptions of family-centered practices in early intervention, and a therapist and parent-implemented phonological intervention.
Tell me and I forget.
Teach me and I remember.
Involve me and
The mission of the Early Intervention Research Group (EIRG) is to support and enhance early development of infants and toddlers. The following goals guide this mission: to empower families to implement effective early intervention strategies, to increase implementation of evidence-based and family-centered practices in early intervention, and to understand the best ways to adapt and customize intervention strategies based on child and family characteristics.
The EIRG is led by Megan Roberts, PhD, CCC-SLP.
In this week’s edition, we summarize research about: the experience of EI providers delivering services in child care settings, the effectiveness of parent-implemented interventions via telepractice, and factors associated with therapist discontinuation of EBPs over time.