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This Written Response consists of seven items related to key components of Early Intervention through the example of a young child with a possible developmental delay. You will draw on knowledge of definitions and development, the process for referral and identification, characteristics of Individualized Family Services Plans (IFSPs), and details of Early Intervention services for a child and family, including principles and practices of Early Intervention Home Visiting.
Note: Rather than refer to children who are receiving support through the special education system as children with disabilities, this Competency uses the phrase children with exceptionalities. The term children with exceptionalities includes children who are experiencing identified challenges with development, emotions, and/or learning because of one or more specific exceptionalities. (Often children are screened and identified with more than one exceptionality.) The early childhood field also uses the term children with varying abilities in an effort to acknowledge that everyone varies in their abilities and not only those children who are officially identified with exceptionalities.
Professional Skills: Written Communication is assessed in this Competency.
Your response to this Assessment should:
- Reflect the criteria provided in the Rubric.
- Adhere to the required assignment length.
For this Written Response Assessment, you will respond to a series of prompts related to Early Intervention programs and services for young children from birth through age 2 and their families.
Download the Written Response Submission Form, which includes the Rubric for this Assessment. Complete the form using the criteria presented in the Rubric.
Submission Length: 7 prompts with responses ranging from 1–3 paragraphs in length
USE THE —-> Written Response Submission Form IN THE ATTACHMENT AREA!!!