EPSY 5609: Infants and Toddlers with Delays/Disabilities: Family-Centered Approaches to Early Intervention

3 CreditsOnline Available

This course was designed to provide pre-service and current teachers as well as related service providers with the knowledge and skills needed to understand the dynamic ecosystems of families with a child with disabilities. Students will be introduced to the major methods, philosophies, and current research that emphasize effective family-professional collaboration in planning and service delivery for infants and young children with disabilities. The focus is on a family-centered approach to assess and design educational plans and interventions, with a specific emphasis on relationship building and understanding the diverse perspectives on family life and developmental expectations.

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