Looking for videos about Early Intervention? You've come to the right place!
There is nothing as powerful as seeing early intervention (EI) in action or hearing about the impact of intervention from families and service providers! This video library is designed to be a central resource for EI videos which can be used for professional development, preservice preparation, public awareness, and individual study. These videos address a variety of topics and represent EI as provided in a variety of states. All videos embedded in this site are available as free resources. Please note that videos are not downloadable from this library but you may go to the video's source to request those permissions as needed.
This video library is a collaborative project of the Early intervention-Early Childhood Professional Development Community of Practice (EI-EC PD CoP) and the Virginia Early Intervention Professional Development Center.
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Honoring Family Culture in Early Intervention - Part 1: Isai and Eliel's Story, Part 2: Max's Story
This two-part video series describes and illustrates how Amigo Baby, an early intervention program in Ventura, California, provides virtual home visiting services that are culturally and linguistically sensitive and responsive to Latinx families, including both Spanish-speaking and migrant indigenous families who speak Mixteco. The videos include insightful interviews with the program director, an early interventionist, an occupational therapist, and parents along with illustrative recordings of virtual home visits.
Visit the Desired Results Access Project Video Library to find this series under the Infant/Toddler Themes tab.
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