Practical Strategies for Family-Centered Intervention
A presentation of the current theoretical and practical ideas that have proved to be useful in family-centered approaches to working with children aged 0-5 with special needs. The book helps practitioners evaluate their current beliefs and practices by describing alternative strategies for working more effectively with families. It offers principles and practices relevant to both in-service and pre-service training and reflects in both organization and content the needs of today's early childhood professionals for information on the rapid changes taking place in the delivery of family-centered services at both the individual and programmatic level. This book should be of interest to speech-language pathologists, special educators and clinical psychologists, as well as policy-makers, administrators, direct service providers and professionals in universities, local agencies and model programmes.
Specifications of Practical Strategies for Family-Centered Intervention
|Author||P. J. McWilliam, Elizabeth Crais, Pamela J. Winton|
|Publisher||Singular Publishing Group Inc|
|Number Of Pages||198|
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