The Maine Early Intervention Model ... You Can Do It, Too!
This presentation shares Maine’s collaborative approach to statewide early intervention services which provide families an array of supports including the opportunity to learn about various communication opportunities, as well as opportunities to learn from other parents and deaf and hard of hearing adults. It shares information about how two agencies collaborate to provide current, evidence-based services within a child’s natural environment using a primary service provider approach, coaching parents, and embedding intervention strategies into children’s daily activities. Strategies for implementing a similar approach are shared.
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