By Maurice A. Feldman
This reader covers present idea, examine and perform in Early Intervention with young ones, bringing jointly the easiest contemporary papers via popular researchers within the box. a set of the simplest fresh papers on Early Intervention. Brings jointly present concept, examine and perform in EI with little ones. Covers quite a number issues in early life improvement and intervention. every one paper is brought and contextualised via the editor.
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Tennen, H. (1993). Cognitive adaptation to adversity: Insights from parents of medically fragile infants. In A. P. Turnbull, J. M. Patterson, S. K. Behr, D. L. Murphy, J. G. Marquis, & M. J. ), Cognitive coping, families, and disability (pp. 135–150). Baltimore: Brookes. , & Walker, L. (1989). Effects of formal support on mothers’ adaptation to the hospital-to-home transition of high-risk infants: The beneﬁts and costs of helping. Child Development, 60, 488–501. , Duffy, F. , McAnulty, G. , & Blickman, J.
Journal of the Division for Early Childhood, 7, 69–77. Beckman, P. , & Pokorni, J. L. (1988). A longitudinal study of families of preterm infants: Changes in stress and support over the ﬁrst two years. The Journal of Special Education, 2, 56–65. Behr, S. , & Murphy, D. L. (1993). Research progress and promise: The role of perceptions in cognitive adaptation to disability. In A. P. Turnbull, J. M. Patterson, S. K. Behr, D. L. Murphy, J. G. Marquis, & M. J. ), Cognitive coping, families, and disability (pp.
J. ), The Effectiveness of Early Intervention, 1997, Baltimore: Brookes. Copyright 1997 by Brookes. Reprinted with permission are discussed next, ﬁrst for children at biological risk and those with established disabilities and then for children at risk due to environmental factors. 2 summarizes the major components of early intervention programs as they are currently constituted. 1). Resource supports are perhaps most fundamental of all. Becoming aware of, accessing, and coordinating appropriate educational, health, and social services can be a formidable challenge for even the most adept of families.
Early Intervention: The Essential Readings (Essential Readings in Developmental Psychology) by Maurice A. Feldman