The EIRG is dedicated to supporting early intervention providers as they strive to implement evidence-based practices and work effectively with families in natural settings. We support professionals in this amazing endeavor by:
We additionally keep a registry of providers who are interested in being informed about upcoming events and opportunities to collaborate. To join, please fill out this survey.
- offering continuing education and professional development opportunities for early intervention providers
- compiling resources to help early interventions implement evidence-based practices in the home
- discussing and translating new research findings into blog posts.
Here are some of our favorite resources for early intervention providers who are looking for support and guidance as they work to utilize evidence-based interventions.
- EI Excellence – This website contains extensive videos, checklists, handouts, and information about coaching and family-centered early intervention services.
- Family Guided Routines Based Intervention – Dr. Juliann Woods at Florida State University developed and researches the Family Guided Routines Based Intervention (FGRBI). Her research lab’s website has materials and videos that describe the different components of this model and are meant to support providers in their attempts to implement this model.
- Early Intervention Strategies for Success Blog – This blog (both written posts and video blogs) is an amazing resource for early intervention providers. It is well maintained and has archives of many blog posts written by a variety of professionals and providers about strategies, hot topics, and frequently asked questions.
- EIRG Toy Recommendations and Blog – Here at the Early Intervention Research Group, we compile toy recommendations and maintain a blog that summarizes recent research.
- Autism Focused Intervention Resources and Modules – This website provides free training modules for evidence-based interventions for ASD. Individuals who take the modules can earn continuing education credits.
- Science vs. Pseudoscience in CSD– A checklist that can help clinicians distinguish between science and pseudoscience.
- Google Scholar Alerts – Here is a handout explaining Google Scholar alerts and how to set them up.