Published quarterly, Tip Sheets include family-focused, early intervention topics presented in clear, straightforward language. AllABCDEFHIJMNPSTWA Answering Questions About Your Child’s Special Needs Assessing Your Child Assistive Technology at Home: Easy Adaptations for Daily Living B Body Care Basics C Child Outcomes: Measuring the Benefits of Early Intervention D Daily Routines Are Learning Times DEC Recommended Practices Help Guide Your Early Intervention Services Developing Family-Centered Outcomes with Your EI Team E Encouraging Bilingual Babies and Toddlers Encouraging Development in Everyday Spaces Establishing Healthy Sleep Habits Everyday Early Intervention: Bubbles Everyday Early Intervention: Couch Time Everyday Early Intervention: Let’s Get Dressed Everyday Early Intervention: Technology Is Everywhere The EI Clearinghouse is your Information Station F Facing Food Challenges One Plate at a Time Fuss Management: Comforting Your Child The Family’s Role in Early Intervention: How You Can Help Your Child H How I Communicate How I Feel How I Understand I Involving Siblings in Early Intervention J Just-Right Sensory Play M A Moving Child Is a Learning Child Moments That Matter: Talking with Your Baby N Natural Environments: Where All Children Belong P Parenting Can Be Child’s Play Paying for EI Services S Separation Anxiety and Children with Special Needs Set Me Up for Success! Six-Month Review: An Important Part of the EI Process T Talking with Your EI Service Providers Transition at Age 3: Leaving the Early Intervention Program W What Happens During a Typical EI Visit? What’s in Your IFSP? Who Is on Your Early Intervention Team?