Early Intervention Program
Improving services for infants and young children
The major goal of the Early Intervention Program is to expand and improve educational and therapeutic services for infants and young children who are at risk and disabled and their families.
The Early Intervention Program offers an educational opportunity for Master’s and Doctoral students who are interested in developing assessments, training parents and school groups, and providing assessment and intervention for families including children from birth to age eight who have developmental disabilities and related risk conditions.
Graduates are prepared to fill a variety of roles, including interventionists who deliver services to children and their families, program coordinators or supervisors who manage and direct personnel that deliver direct services, policy analysts, researchers and instructors.
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Infant/Child Screening and Assessment Tools
The following products were developed by the Early Intervention Program. For more information please visit the following links. Additional information can be found at www.brookespublishing.com
- Ages & Stages Questionnaires® (ASQ)
A Parent-Completed, Child-Monitoring System,
- Ages & Stages Questionnaires®: Social-Emotional (ASQ:SE)
A Parent-Completed, Child-Monitoring System for Social-Emotional Behaviors
- Assessment, Evaluation, and Programming System (AEPS™) for Infants and Children, Second Edition
- An Activity-Based Approach to Developing Young Children's Social Emotional Competence