“This one time when I was reading notes in an early intervention record…” When it comes to early intervention notes, service coordinators are expected to be thorough and professional and accurate. This one time when I was a beginner service coordinator, I received a caseload from another service coordinator that had left. In one of […]Read More Homophones of Early Intervention Notes Part 1
How to Teach Young Children to Keep Their Hands to Themselves How to Teach Young Children, “Keep your hands to yourself.” “Keep your hands feet and other objects to yourself.” Once upon a time when I was in 4th grade, we had classroom rules on the wall to set expectations for our behavior. If we […]Read More How to Teach Young Children “Keep your hands to yourself”
Each day in life I am continually experiencing my own intervention process leading to my own improved outcomes as a human.Read More All Things “Intervention”
They know what early intervention is because they have experienced it. Those are my people. I am relieved to make small-talk with them, but by then it is no longer small-talk. It is us going on for hours about a job we both love.Read More What do you do? Dreaded Small Talk Question
What is Early Intervention? It is what I do. In early intervention, my role is that of a special instructor. I had intended to write a beautiful and lengthy explanation on IDEA Part C, but I decided other bigger and better writers have done this before. Here is a wonderful site that explains what I […]Read More What is early intervention?