(PC Version) ABCs of Early Intervention Video Self Study Course
ABCs of Early Intervention: Best Practice Guidelines Under Part C of IDEA
Video Self Study Course for .65 ASHA CEUs
Single participant $119.00
2 to 4 participants $109.00 each*
5 to 10 participants $99.00 each*
11 to 15 participants $79.00 each*
*Instructions for group pricing.
1. Fill in the contact form with your name and email address then put the names and email addresses of the others in your group in the comment section and click submit.
2. Click on the group category to get your "each" price and adjust the quantity to the correct number of participants.
3. Then click add to cart to complete the purchase.
For groups larger than 10 please email firstname.lastname@example.org for pricing
This 6.5 hour live presentation was recorded in April of 2016 for the latest research and information.
What you will get:
- The video recording on a zip drive for you to keep (you can watch it as many times as you want)
- A self addressed, stamped envelope to send paperwork back to us
- A certificate of completion after you complete the included test
- A time ordered agenda for those professions that need it to receive CEUs
- The full presentation manual available with different printable options in a pdf format
- ASHA CEU participant form for SLP's that have ASHA track their CEUs
- The list of reference materials
Working with the birth to three population is a rewarding, yet challenging experience. In this one-day seminar we will examine the ABCs of early intervention to empower providers with critical evidence regarding best practices when working with very young children and their families. We will explore guidelines for creating functional IFSP outcomes, routines-based intervention, coaching the caregiver, and so much more. If you are an early intervention professional or you want to learn more about the purpose of early intervention, this seminar is for you!
Early Intervention & Early Childhood Professionals, Speech-Language Pathologists,
Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapists, Therapy Assistants, Early Childhood Special Educators,
Early Childhood Staff, Service Coordinators, & Early Intervention/Early Childhood Administrator
1) Identify 5 potential barriers to success in early intervention
2) Explain how the early intervention model of service delivery differs from the medical model
3) Summarize the rationale for providing family-centered services
4) Demonstrate how to write functional, routines-based IFSP outcomes
5) List the 4 relationships professionals must focus on in early intervention
6) Describe best practice guidelines for service delivery in the childcare setting
Financial: Cari Ebert owns Summit Speech Therapy, LLC (dba Cari Ebert Seminars) and receives a salary. She receives royalties from cariebertseminars.com product sales. Ms. Ebert also receives compensation for presenting this course.
Nonfinancial: Cari Ebert has a son with autism and apraxia and shares personal experiences in her seminars.