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Without experimental studies directly comparing ABA with alternative early intervention programs, one can have little confidence in any unique benefits of ABA for autism.
In recent years, early intervention programs funded by the Division of Blind Services (DBS) in Florida receive approximately $2,500 per child annually, yet some members of the Florida Association of Agencies Serving the Blind (FAASB) estimate the actual cost per child exceeds $5,000.
This teacher works an Early Intervention Program for a county SELPA (Special Education Local Planning Agency) in the San Francisco Bay Area and has been teaching for 15-20 years.
I truly believe these gains are the result of the early intervention program and our parental support.
The heritage of contemporary family-oriented early intervention programs can be traced to the infant and pre-school initiatives of the 1960s and 1970s.
For example, not only are progressive declines in the cognitive development of children with Down syndrome prevented from occurring, but similar outcomes have been observed for the motor development of children with cerebral palsy participating in a comprehensive early intervention program (Palmer, Shapiro, et al.
For its Promotion des habiletes parentales et prevention des comportements agressifs project, an early intervention program for students identified as being at risk of developing anti-social behaviours.
Assistance to states for the education of children with disabilities and the early intervention program for infants and toddlers with disabilities; Final regulations, 34 C.
He's very authentic,'' said Elaine Schneider, executive director of Baby Steps, an early intervention program for developmentally delayed children in Saugus where Gadbury recently played Santa Claus.
The need to probe and to evaluate may also conflict with the collaborative (rather than clinical) relationship with families preferred by many early intervention program staff (Zeitlin, Williamson, & Rosenblatt, 1987) and families themselves (Moeller, 1986).
The Child Development Matrix is being used in PACE's Early Intervention program for children with autism up to age 6.
I feel that if they didn't have an early intervention program, Amanda and Jared wouldn't be where they are right now,'' Alden said.

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