Functional Participation Based Outcomes
The quality of routines based intervention depends on the creation of a meaningful and functional intervention plan. The child's outcomes should reflect the learning targets necessary to participate in the routines and activities identified as important to the family and provide sufficient opportunity to practice throughout the day. The teaching and learning opportunities should be planned to correspond to locations, preferences and interests of the child and involve adults and other children in the child's life.

Observing Caregiver and Child Routines
Monitoring Progress on Family Guided Routines Based Intervention
Keeping Track

Natural Learning Oppurtunities:
Tyree: Bathroom
Cody: Playground

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