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Effective Practices in Early Intervention (Updated March 2016) (Center for Parent Information & Resources, CPIR)


A critical part of improving developmental and educational results for children with disabilities is using effective practices in early intervention, wherever services are being provided—an agency setting, the home, and across the child’s natural environment.

An impressive knowledge base of experience has been built on the delivery of early intervention services.


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