A developmental systems model for early intervention

Title

A developmental systems model for early intervention

Creator

Guralnick MJ

Publisher

Infants & Young Children

Date

2001

Subject

Family; Children; Intervention; Interventions; Families; Process Mapping; Core Principles; Developmental Framework; Developmental Systems Model; Early Intervention SYstems; Research to Practice

Description

The article presents a rationale for and components of a developmental systems model to guide early intervention programs for vulnerable children and their families. Core principles emphasizing a developmental framework, integration, and inclusion, as well as related principles, are expressed in the context of a multicomponent interactive system. A central organizing feature of the model is its focus on maximizing family patterns of interaction by addressing potential stressors related to risk and disability conditions. It discusses the importance of consistency across the model's conceptual framework, knowledge based on developmental and intervention science, and professional practices and experiece.
2001

Rights

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Type

Journal Article

Citation List Month

Backlog

Pages

1-18

Issue

2

Volume

14

Citation

Guralnick MJ, “A developmental systems model for early intervention,” Pediatric Palliative Care Library, accessed September 20, 2021, https://pedpalascnetlibrary.omeka.net/items/show/12028.

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