Parent/Provider Partnership Agreement

  • Early Intervention is designed to support and inform caregivers and parents.

    • Use the toys and materials that are already available to the child and incorporate them into strategies for learning.
    • Avoid cell phone use for the duration of the session.
    • Encourage parents and caregivers to try suggested strategies during sessions, offer feedback and provide support that will build confidence.
    • Ask the family questions about daily activities and routines at each session to more effectively embed strategies in the family’s lifestyle.
    • Create an interactive environment where parents, siblings, caregivers and others who are important to the child are valued and engage during sessions.
    • Accompany children and their caregivers to locations inside and outside of the home, as agreed upon by the team, where learning strategies can be incorporated.

    • Be actively involved in each Early Intervention session. During the session, practice the strategies suggested by the Provider to get feedback and support.
    • Ask questions. Share your concerns and challenges about your daily routines with your Provider.
    • Identify the routines that are important to your family so that strategies can be identified to support your needs.
    • Feel free to tell the Provider when strategies will not fit into your routines and lifestyle. Help come up with solutions and alternative strategies.
    • Agree to identify other important people in the child’s life who participate in the family routines so that strategies can be shared to support the family’s needs.
    • Agree to inform the Provider of changes, needs, priorities, and/or routines so that recommendations can be revised to support the changes.

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