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Early Intervention Book Questions
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The intake visit should emphasize that early intervention is about what?
Families should be introduced to the idea that early intervention is about families at which visit?
Because it takes a long time for referral sources to change their ideas about an agency, the early intervention program should what?
develop a 5-year plan for educating the community
The referral call should be taken by someone who what?
can explain early intervention in terms of support to families
During intake, asking the family about the child's story is what?
a valuable way to get the social and medical history
An ideal intake visit consists primarily of what?
questions to the family about what questions they would like answered and of questions to get to know the family
The purpose of the ecomap is to what?
to know the family, so good recommendations can be made
At the beginning of the ecomap process, families should be told what?
that they can refuse to answer any or all questions
Determining who the child's father is?
is not necessary
The thickness of the support lines from boxes back to central (nuclear family) box is what?
subject to the view of the professional, based on the family's description
The informal network consists of what?
extended family members and friends
Asking about worship activities does what?
recognizes that this is important to many American families
Over time in early intervention, we need to be concerned about what?
depleting informal supports while expanding formal supports
Ecomaps should be reviewed when?
In the five-component model of early intervention, if you're doing an ecomap, the picture (actual ecomap) is what?
In the model, informal-support network members are arrayed where?
across the top
A dotted line between a box and the central family indicates what?
someone who is a source of stress to the family
Which of the following statements is the most accurate about sources of assessment information?
parent report is a report of multiple observations
What is assessment?
less important than intervention
The emphasis of early intervention should be on what?
intervention providing ongoing information about the child's learning and progress
Families need what?
one competent professional backed up, as necessary, by other professionals
Children with established conditions need what?
need to have a multidisciplinary assessment in 5 domains
Children referred to early intervention because of potential delay need to be what?
-need to be tested to determine their developmental age
-need to have a multidisciplinary assessment in 5 domains
-need to have parental permission to be tested
When a delay in a particular domain has been identified what happens?
an outcome/goal addressing the delay might be chosen by the family
In early intervention, RBI stands for what?
The RBI addresses children's functioning where?
Research on the RBI shows what?
families are more satisfied with IFSP process when an RBI is used than when it is not
In the context of RBI, routines are what?
what the family naturally does in a typical day
To prepare families for the RBI, professionals do what?
give them the family preparation form
The RBI is what?
a semistructured interview
To proceed through the day, using the RBI, the interviewer should do what?
ask what happens next
During discussion of each routine, the interviewer should find out about the child's what?
Information from the interview should be captured where?
in narrative notes, with concerns starred
The family's satisfaction with home routines is what?
rated by the family on a 1-5 scale
The worry and change questions can what?
produce very important information related to families' desires
The recap is what?
a reminder of what was discussed during the interview
With the RBI, outcomes and goals are chosen by who?
chosen by the family
Which of the following is not true about conducting interviews?
(do not) use professional language to establish credibility
If the interviewer fails to ask about something then what?
it is to be expected and should not affect the outcome of the interview
if the parent does not select an outcome/goal related to a documented deficit then what?
the deficit can still be addressed while addressing other family priorities
The RBI is best implemented when?
after eligibility has been determined but before the completion of the IFSP
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