Step: Compare Approaches
Explore service delivery approaches or models to select the core features and components of service delivery that the state wants to adopt/adapt.
- Review research and practice literature, gather information from other states and consultants,
- Identify desired core features and functions of each approach; discuss benefits, implementation process and potential fiscal impact.
- Choose the approach that best aligns with mission, values and desired direction for the state
Note: The following links will each open in a new browser window or tab.
- Agreed upon Practices for Providing Early Intervention Services in Natural Environments (2008) (PDF: 455kb)
- Primary Coach Approach to Teaming or Primary Service Provider with Coaching, Dathan Rush, M'Lisa Shelden
- Early Intervention in Natural Environments - five component Model, Robin McWilliams
- T aCTICS – Therapists as Collaborative Team members for Infant/Toddler Community Services, Julianne Woods
- FACETS – Family-guided Approaches to Collaborative EI Training and Services, Julianne Woods
- FGRBI – Family-guided Routines Based Intervention, Julianne Woods
- FACTICS – Facilitating Administrative Change Toward Infant/Toddler Community Services, Julianne Woods
- Everyday Routines and Activities, Carl Dunst, Mary Beth Bruder
- Early Intervention Service Delivery Models (2008) (PPT: 874kb) Lynda Pletcher and Naomi Younggren
- Service Delivery Approaches: Working with Families and Infants and Toddlers (2010) (NY) (PPT: 4905kb) , Lynda Pletcher
- High Quality, Team-based Early Intervention Services for Infants and Toddlers (IA) (2011) (PPT: 9779kb) , Lynda Pletcher