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Module Two: Lesson Two


In this lesson, you learned about the second component of the Early Intervention in Natural Environments-Five Component Model; Functional Intervention Planning. Dr. McWilliam emphasized that by using a routines-based assessment tool such as the Routines-Based Interview you can achieve the purposes of functional intervention planning. The purposes are to continue to build a positive relationship with the family, obtain concrete priorities for the IFSP from the family, and to assess family function and needs. This lesson clearly states that functional intervention planning is a vital component of the Early Steps service delivery system and is reflected in its policies and procedures.

Module Two: Lesson Three will cover the final three components of the EINE model, Integrated Services, Effective Home Visits, and Collaborative Consultation to Child Care.

You are now ready to complete the Lesson Two Self-assessment.


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