Everyday Early Intervention Blogs

Recent blog postings:

Coaching: An Essential Part of Early Intervention

Coaching: An Essential Part of Early Intervention

Coaching is an important part of your family’s early intervention journey. Parents and providers work together to identify what is going well, what areas may be challenging…

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Transition at Age 3: Who, What, Where, Why, and When

Your early intervention providers should begin the transition planning process six months before your child turns 3. This provides you with time, information, and resources to learn about the transition.

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Annual Open House – Cookies at the Clearinghouse

Join us on Thursday, December 7 from 3:00 – 6:00 pm for a fun, festive event!

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Early Intervention Town Hall Meeting for Families

Family Town Hall Meeting on November 9, 2023, register to attend…

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Routines in Early Intervention

EI visits usually last only an hour, so most of the intervention is done by parents and other caregivers without the providers present.

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Routines Provide a Sense of Security

Think about how you begin your day. Are there certain things that happen for you to feel awake and ready to tackle your day? Coffee, a shower, quiet time? Our morning routine can set the tone for the rest of the day.

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Build Skills When Exploring Outdoors

Outside play is a wonderful opportunity to work on early intervention (EI) outcomes.

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Fall 2023 Newsletter Focuses on Everyday Routines

Our main story focuses on ways families can use everyday routines to work on early intervention outcomes