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Module Two: Lesson Two

Self Assessment

The following quiz will help you determine how well you understand the material in this lesson and help you prepare for the Module Two Exam or the Final Cumulative Exam. If you feel that you don't understand a question or its answer, please review the appropriate section(s).

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1. Which of the following are the three purposes of Functional Intervention Planning?
a. To assess family function and need
b. To identify child deficits
c. To continue establishing a positive relationship with the family
d. To identify early intervention services
e. To obtain the family's concrete priorities for the IFSP
2.Which of the following are the five phases of the Routines-Based Interview?
a. Prepare the family and staff
b. Review outcomes and strategies
c. Identify family resources and supports
d. Assess the child's skills
e. Outcome selection by the family
f. Write objectives and strategies by professionals with family input
g. Conduct the interview
3. Which of the following are the four principles that McWilliam states that you need to understand the EINE model?
a. Children learn throughout the day.
b. Professional supports lead directly to child outcomes.
c. It's the regular caregivers who influence the child, and professionals can influence the family.
d. Different professionals working directly with the child provides optimum results.
e. All the intervention for the child occurs between professionals' visits.
f. It is maximal intervention that the child needs, not maximal services.
4. Which one of the following reflects the Early Steps policy for Functional Intervention Planning?
a. Early Steps policy requires that all local Early Steps be trained in the Asset-Based Context (ABC) Matrix for assessment and intervention planning.
b. Early Steps policy requires the use of the Routines-Based Interview during the assessment process and IFSP development.
c. Early Steps policy requires that an assessment process be used that results in useful and functional assessment information based on children's participation in the contexts of family life, community life, and early care and education programs.
d. Early Steps policy requires that services can only be provided in the home.
5. Functional child outcomes are those that address engagement needs, independence needs, and social-relationship needs.
a. True
b. False


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