Fall Newsletter Focuses on Role of Coaching in Early Intervention

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The Fall 2021 edition of the Early Intervention Clearinghouse newsletter is available on our website in English and Spanish . Our main story looks at how early intervention providers act as coaches who work with families to help them best support their child in building their current skills and creating new ones. We also have a story on a new education series on inclusion from Early CHOICES. There’s also a list of books on inclusion that can be accessed through the clearinghouse library.

This newsletter also includes our latest tip sheet, The Family’s Role in Early Intervention Visits , which provides a rundown of what families can expect from a typical early intervention visit.

We also provide an update on the State Systemic Improvement Plan (SSIP).

You can find all previous issues of the Early Intervention Clearinghouse newsletter on our website in English and Spanish .

Check Out Our Resource Guides on Coaching and Family-Centered Practices

The clearinghouse has a number of resource guides that can introduce you to important books, videos, and information resources available from the EI Clearinghouse. Check out these guides.

Order Our EI Parent Pack Today

Whether your early intervention is in-person or via live video visits, infants, toddlers, and their families can keep working on EI outcomes. The EI Clearinghouse has put together a parent pack of selected tip sheets, a beach ball, a pen, a bookmark, and two KN95 masks. You can have this all shipped to your home by filling out our online form .

About the Clearinghouse

The Illinois Early Intervention (EI) Clearinghouse identifies and collects research-based and best-practice early intervention information to share with families. We are a resource for you; contact us via our online form or by phone at (877) 275-3227. We have a library of videos, books, manuals, and journals related to the development of young children with special needs and their families.

Please let us know if you need any resources or information; we are always happy to help!

Sarah Isaacs, librarian
Illinois Early Intervention Clearinghouse