Instructional Resources

Someone sitting on a book shelf reading a book Here you will find numerous instruction resources on a wide range of topics related to early intervention. These items are recommended by faculty, providers, families, and other key stakeholders to use in course work, preservice and inservice training, and enhancing our knowledge about early intervention and Early On Michigan. 

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Description: Dana Childress, MEd, PhD CandidateEarly Intervention Professional Development ConsultantPartnership for People with DisabilitiesVirginia Commonwealth Universitydcchildress@vcu.edu Handout Includes: ...More

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Dana Childress, MEd, PhD Candidate
Early Intervention Professional Development Consultant
Partnership for People with Disabilities
Virginia Commonwealth University
dcchildress@vcu.edu

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Moving Toward Collaborative, Family-Centered Practices: What’s the Service Provider’s Role?

Top Ten List: What Future Early Interventionists Need to Know & How to Teach Them

Family-Centered Practices Checklist

What is Special Instruction?

When You ASK Good Questions, You Get BETTER Information!

Mission and Key Principles for Providing Early Intervention Services in Natural Environments

Adult Learning Principle #3: Practicing Intervention Strategies in Real-Time

Topics: Evidence-Based Practice, Family Outcomes , Family-Professional Partnership, Natural Environments/Inclusion, Professional Development

Date Posted: June 30, 2015 Submitted By: Kari Holmberg

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Description: Developed by VA Community of Practice in Autism (CoPA).  This handout includes links to apps for books, coloring/drawing, music, simple cause & effect, communication (AAC), social development...More

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Developed by VA Community of Practice in Autism (CoPA).  This handout includes links to apps for books, coloring/drawing, music, simple cause & effect, communication (AAC), social development, visual schedules, vision, ABA/Discrete Trial Training (DTT), and just for fun/special interests. iOPS tips for toddlers and other helpful links are also provided.

Topics: Family Outcomes , Infant/Toddler Language Development

Date Posted: December 02, 2015 Submitted By: Kari Holmberg

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Description: The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) established the Michigan Autism Program in 2013 as part of the Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities Administration.   ...More

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The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) established the Michigan Autism Program in 2013 as part of the Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities Administration.   This website provides free resources and training information for parents and providers, including a provider guide for referral of young children.

Topics: Child Development, Child Outcomes, Eligibility, Family Experience, Family Outcomes

Date Posted: August 18, 2016 Submitted By: Kari Holmberg

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Description: Maryland State Department of Education online module addresses evaluation and assessment with regard to their definitions, purposes, legal requirement, best practices, and family partnerships.  T...More

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Maryland State Department of Education online module addresses evaluation and assessment with regard to their definitions, purposes, legal requirement, best practices, and family partnerships.  Topics include early childhood outcomes and foundations, recommended practices (family partnerships, cultural sensitivity, authentic & functional assessment, multidimensional approaches, and ongoing assessment), and putting it all together (info from families, synthesizing assessment info, and data-informed decision-making). 

Topics: Child Outcomes, Family Outcomes , Family-Professional Partnership, Part C of IDEA in Michigan, Philosophy of Part C

Date Posted: April 25, 2017 Submitted By: Kari Holmberg

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Description: This 8 minute video features Brandon's mother as she shares her story about the importance and impact of early intervention on her son's life and on her family.  Hear from Brandon himself, who sh...More

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This 8 minute video features Brandon's mother as she shares her story about the importance and impact of early intervention on her son's life and on her family.  Hear from Brandon himself, who shares insights about people with disabilities and his love of playing music.  The video was produced by the Integrated Training Collaborative - project of the Partnership for People with Disabilities at VCU.

Topics: Child Outcomes, Family Experience, Family Outcomes , Natural Environments/Inclusion

Date Posted: August 25, 2015 Submitted By: Kari Holmberg

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Description: This video highlights building adult capabilities in order to effectively strengthen the outcomes of the whole child.Build Adult Capabilities = Improve Child Outcomes: A Theory of Change (runtime: 5:1...More

Description: This video highlights building adult capabilities in order to effectively strengthen the outcomes of the whole child.

Build Adult Capabilities = Improve Child Outcomes: A Theory of Change (runtime: 5:19)

Created by Frontiers of Innovation which is an initiative of the Center on the Developing Child at Harvard University.

Topics: Child Development, Child Outcomes, Family Experience, Family Outcomes , Family-Professional Partnership

Date Posted: January 23, 2014 Submitted By: Kari Holmberg

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Description: Cerebral Palsy Group provides free educational information and support for those who have been affected by cerebral palsy.  This online resource includes use of mobility aids, treatment, und...More

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Cerebral Palsy Group provides free educational information and support for those who have been affected by cerebral palsy.  This online resource includes use of mobility aids, treatment, understanding and acceptance, and support groups for parents and caregivers.

Topics: Child Development, Child Outcomes, Family Experience, Family Outcomes , Professional Development

Date Posted: November 02, 2016 Submitted By: Kari Holmberg

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Description: The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) developed 5 training modules that focus on early brain development, toxic stress, adverse childhood experiences, supporting parents, cultivating relationships,...More

Description: The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) developed 5 training modules that focus on early brain development, toxic stress, adverse childhood experiences, supporting parents, cultivating relationships, and advocacy.  Each module takes about 45 minutes to complete.

Topics: Child Development, Child Outcomes, Family Experience, Family Outcomes

Date Posted: August 27, 2014 Submitted By: Kari Holmberg

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Description: The Early Intervention Quiz--This quiz is adapted from  The Early Intervention Workbook: Essential Practices for Quality Services by Lynda Cook Pletcher, M. Ed., and Naomi O Younggren, Ph.D.What ...More

Description: The Early Intervention Quiz--This quiz is adapted from  The Early Intervention Workbook: Essential Practices for Quality Services by Lynda Cook Pletcher, M. Ed., and Naomi O Younggren, Ph.D.

What are the 7 key principles of effective early intervention practices?


Find out in this 10 questions online quiz to see how well you know these principles.

Providers who follow the practices and principles outlined in The Early Intervention Workbook, based on specific recommendations from a workgroup of today's top researchers, have seen the families they work with have the greatest success.


Topics: Collaboration, Family Outcomes , Family-Professional Partnership, Natural Environments/Inclusion, Service Coordination

Date Posted: December 02, 2013 Submitted By: Kari Holmberg

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Description: Are you wondering what Early On is?  What Part C ?  This PowerPoint will answer all the basic questions you have about Early On including what it is, who's eligible and what the process look...More

Description: Are you wondering what Early On is?  What Part C ?  This PowerPoint will answer all the basic questions you have about Early On including what it is, who's eligible and what the process look like for families.

This PowerPoint was designed by Stephanie Rathburn, Trainer for EOT&TA.

Topics: Eligibility, Family Outcomes , IFSP, Part C of IDEA in Michigan, Transition

Date Posted: June 26, 2013 Submitted By: Kari Holmberg

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