[R-0004] S1. Laws, Policies, Procedures, and Ethical Principles

Citation: NYC Health. (June, 2014). Early intervention program [YouTube Video]. Retrieved from: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pHc1nLfKmBo [or enter “NYC Health early intervention programin your search window].

Abstract: Although this 6:02 minute video was produced by NYC Health, the content and skills presented apply to early childhood administrators, teachers, and care givers in all states. In it, a physical therapist and a mother of twins receiving services describe the benefits of family professional partnerships to provide support and therapy to children with disabilities.

Integration: The information in this video fits well with content presented in Child, Family and Community; Infants, Toddlers, and Twos; Introduction to Early Childhood Education and Child Development.

Content Focus: Child Development; Child, Family and Community; Early Intervention; Embedded Coaching; Embedded Intervention; Everyday Activities; Everyday Learning Opportunities; Everyday Routines; Family; Family-Centered Intervention; Individualization; Infants, Toddlers, and Twos; Natural Routine; Parent Centers; Parent Rights; Parent Participation; Related Services; Special Education

Notes: Instructors may want to pair this video with EDUCATE-ABLE: A history of educating children with disabilities in America (CPIR) as it reviews important approaches for children receiving special education services through an Individualized Education Program (IEP).