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Family Centered Individualized, Culturally Responsive Services and Supports
Family members are often unfamiliar with the process of embedding intervention in the child and family's natural environments. Sharing information with family members and caregivers about daily routines, and the embedded intervention strategies sets the stage for active family participation in their child's early intervention program. Time spent discussing and demonstrating how young children learn throughout the day illustrates how parents and careviders support their children's development in meaningful and functional interactions.

Resources
Supporting Family Participation
8 Concepts from Adult Learning
A Day in the Life of Katie
Home Field Advantage
Meeting the Family
Implementation of Family Centered Supports and Services in Natural Environments: The Family’s Perspective

Getting to Know Your Child
Zahra
JP
Spanish
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Family Stories
Click below to meet families involved in previous research on Natural Environments and see examples of intervention planning and data collection forms.

Resources
FACETS
TaCTICS
IA-DMM