This Resource Manual is for early-intervention service providers who work with young children with special needs, their families, and child-care providers. It contains background information on serving children in typical settings, daily routines, and activities. It also contains 80 developmental topics with sample discussions, visuals, activities, handouts, and appendices to use with families and child care providers.
Volume I: Topics include understanding the family, cultural sensitivity, gathering family information and meeting family needs, services for child-care providers, early communication interactions with the child, helping the child use meaningful language, (speech, sign language, alternative communication), and others.
Volume II: Topics include learning to love the child?s unique personality; being a playmate, guide, and cheerleader during play; learning about toys; building self-esteem; stimulating the imagination; setting limits; enjoying potty training; positioning and handling; feeding skills; making mealtime enjoyable; helping the child develop motor coordination and self-care skills; and others.
Includes: Resource Manual in Two Volumes
Written By: SKIHI Institute.
1,236 page Resource Manual in Two volumes