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‘The coaching model is super easy’, said no clinician ever.

Successfully coaching parents to implement language interventions with their young children requires a lot from SLPs—here are some pointers on how to improve your practice. 

May 14, 2020

Early Intervention coaching models have good evidence behind them. But what happens when you take a researcher-developed model and apply it to the wild world of EI? This paper by Romano & Schnurr highlights some of the reasons coaching models are actually pretty difficult to implement, including the fact that early interventionists need a wide skill set in order to be successful, and infrequently get adequate training or feedback to build the skill set. For example, early intervention SLPs have to have well-developed child-oriented skills, adult-oriented skills, as well as to deeply understand evidence-based interventions, child development, and how culture can impact family routines…

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