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Module Two: Lesson Three

Activity

Review

1. Which one of the following team approaches is synonymous with the primary service provider model?
a. Multidisciplinary
b. Transdisciplinary
c. Unidisciplinary
d. Interdisciplinary
2. Joint home visits are focused on consultation, from the specialist, around needs related to functioning in routines. Which of the following are the four goals of these joint home visits?
a.

Identify the problem contributing to the routines-based need. Train the caregiver to do therapy. Provide information that will enhance intervention between home visits Delegate discipline specific service provision to the primary service provider.

b.

Enhance the competence and confidence of the caregiver and the primary service provider. Provide information that will enhance intervention between home visits Delegate discipline specific service provision to the primary service provider. Provide other information needed.

c.

Identify the problem contributing to the routines-based need. Provide information that will enhance intervention between home visits. Provide other information. Enhance the competence and confidence of the caregiver and the primary service provider.

d.

Identify the problem contributing to the routines-based need. Train the caregiver to do therapy. Provide information that will enhance intervention between home visits. Delegate discipline specific service.

3. Three types of support, including emotional support and material support, have been identified as the basis for family-centered home-based early intervention. Name the third type of support and type it in the textbox below.

Answer: Informational Support

4. Which of the following are the six key ingredients in successful integrated services in classroom programs?
a. Specialist and teacher should communicate their expectations.
Specialist should rearrange the existing classroom routines.
Specialist should independently develop a plan for the teacher.
Specialist should use collaborative, not expert, consultation.
Specialist should communicate with the teacher.
Team should use routines-based assessment to identify functional goals.
b. Specialist and teacher should communicate their expectations.
Specialist should establish ground rules.
Specialist should use collaborative, not expert, consultation.
Specialist should communicate with the teacher.
Team should use routines-based assessment to identify functional goals.
Specialist should be humble.
c. Specialist and teacher should communicate their expectations.
Specialist should establish ground rules.
Specialist should independently develop a plan for the teacher.
Specialist should use collaborative, not expert, consultation.
Specialist should communicate with the teacher.
Team should use routines-based assessment to identify functional goals.
d. Specialist and teacher should communicate their expectations.
Specialist should establish ground rules.
Specialist should independently develop a plan for the teacher.
Specialist should use collaborative, not expert, consultation.
Specialist should communicate with the teacher.
Specialist should be humble.
e. Specialist and teacher should communicate their expectations.
Specialist should establish ground rules.
Specialist should independently develop a plan for the teacher.
Specialist should use collaborative, not expert, consultation.
Specialist should communicate with the teacher.
Specialist should be humble.
5. Which of the following are the four principles of the EINE model?
a. It's the regular caregivers who influence the child, and professionals can influence the family.
Children learn throughout the day.
All the intervention for the child occurs between professionals' visits.
Every need requires a service.
b. Specialized professional support is the determining factor in child progress.
Children learn throughout the day.
All the intervention for the child occurs between professionals' visits.
Every need requires a service.
c. It's the regular caregivers who influence the child, and professionals can influence the family.
Children learn throughout the day.
All the intervention for the child occurs between professionals' visits.
It is maximal intervention the child needs, not maximal services.
d. It's the regular caregivers who influence the child, and professionals can influence the family.
Children learn throughout the day.
All the intervention for the child occurs between professionals' visits.
Every need requires a service.

 

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