Early Intervention Audiovisual Resources available at the Center for Disability Resources Library


To check out any of the materials listed, please contact:
Steven Wilson
Phone: 803-216-3206
Email: steve.wilson@uscmed.sc.edu
Web site: http://uscm.med.sc.edu/CDR



Activity-based intervention (video). Diane Bricker, Peggy Veltman, Arden Munkres.University of Oregon, Early Intervention Program. 1995. 14 min. Call number: Disabilities-AV LC 4019.2 B849a 1995
- This practical and illustrative video presents easy-to-use strategies. Informative discussions and vivid footage offer valuable tips on promoting functional skill development, facilitating routine, and planned and child-initiated activities.

Alabama Early Intervention System (video). Alabama State Department of Education. 1993. Call number: Disabilities-AV LC 4001 A316 1993
- Describes the Alabama Early Intervention System, which includes families in the development of plans to deliver services for children eligible under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, or IDEA, Part H.

Daycare: Focus on children's rights (video). University of Medicine & Dentistry of New Jersey, 1989. 11 min. Call number: Disabilities-AV HV 851 D2735 1989
- Gives an overview of the different aspects of daycare that are important for each stage of a child's development.

Detecting disabilities (video). Columbia, SC: SCETV, 1998. 47 min. Call number: Disabilities-AV WS 350.6 D479 1998.
- Describes the characteristics of developmental disabilities, especially delayed milestones. Stresses early detection and early intervention for optimal outcomes. Describes milestones parents need to look for.

Discipline, guidance techniques for young children (video). South Carolina Educational Television Network for NAEYC, 1988. 28 min. Call number: Disabilities-AV WS 105 D611 1988
- Illustrates how positive guidance of young children toward healthy social and emotional development is the foundation of a good early childhood program. Discusses how to teach self-discipline.

Discoveries of infancy: Cognitive development and learning (video). Department of Education, State of California, 1991. 32 min. Call number: Disabilities-AV WS 105.5 C7 D611 1991
- It shows six major kinds of discoveries children make in the first three years of life and offers guidelines on how to support early learning. From birth onwards, infants continually increase their understanding of each of the following six discoveries: Learning schemes, cause and effect, use of tools, object permanence, understanding space, and imitation.

The early childhood teacher resource video collection: Training videotapes for teachers of young children from the South Carolina State Library. South Carolina State Library.Columbia, S.C.: South Carolina State Library, 1999. Call number: Disabilities-PROF LC 4019.2 S726e 1999
-This booklet lists early childhood videos from the South Carolina State Library that can be checked out through the Center for Disability Resources Library.

Early intervention (video).Young Adult Institute.1987.27 min. Children with special needs; no. 24.Call number: Disabilities-AV HV 888 .C54 E12 1987
- Discusses early intervention programs for children with handicaps.

Early intervention on the move (video). Metro Video Productions, 1998. 13:47 min Call number: Disabilities-AV WS 350.6 E124 1998.
- An overview of a program for infants and toddlers with disabilities, Part C of IDEA. This act was developed to encourage states to develop and implement early intervention programs.

Families on the move (video). National Center for Policy Coordination in Maternal and Child Health at the Institute for Child Health Policy. 1990. 12 min. Call number: Disabilities-AV LC 4031 F198 1990
- This video explains Part H under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). It describes the benefits children are entitled to under the act and how to get them.

Families of young children with special needs (video). Concept Media, 1996. 27 min Call number: Disabilities-AV WS 350.6 F198 1996
- Discusses the practical and emotional stress of raising a child with special needs, and the role of the professional in helping the family.

Family-guided activity-based intervention for infants & toddlers (video). Brookes Pub. Co., 1995. 20 min. Call number: Disabilities-AV WS 105 F198 1995
- Gives a firsthand look at family-guided activity-based intervention, an effective set of strategies that enables parents and other caregivers to take advantage of natural learning opportunities.

The first years last forever (video). Reiner Foundation. 1997. 29 min. Call number: Disabilities- AV WS 113 F527 1997
- New parents learn how to help their infants reach their full potential

First years together (video). Child Development Media. 20 min. Call number: Disabilities-AV WS 105 F527
- Discusses developmental evaluations in respect to how they are conducted, what they are trying to determine and parental participation during the process.

Getting in tune: Creating nurturing relationships with infants and toddlers (video). California State Dept. of Education, 1990. 24 min Call number: Disabilities-AV WS 105 G394 1990
- Presents steps caregivers can take to establish supportive, responsive relationships with infants and toddlers.

Human development: The first 2 1/2 years (video). Concept Media, 1991.Call number: Disabilities-AV WS 105 H919 1991
Vol. 1. Physical growth & motor development (19 min.)
Vol. 2. Cognitive development (25 min.)
Vol. 4. Emotional and social development (22 min.).

The IFSP in action (video). Columbia, SC: EI-TAC, 1998. 35 min Call number: Disabilities-AV LC 4019.2 I23 1998.
- Describes the importance of an IFSP in tailoring an appropriate early intervention program for each child with special needs in the BabyNet program.

Infant motor development: A look at the phases (video). Kerry Goudy, Joan Winger. Therapy Skill Builders, 1988. 20 min. Call number: Disabilities-AV WE 103 G688i 1988.
- This video designed to educate professionals, parents, and students about normal infant motor development from birth to twelve months. This presentation identifies components of movement and specific skills that are acquired during four phases of motor development: Infantile, Preparation, Modification, and Refinement.

A Journey through the first year of life (video). American baby magazine, 1985. 45 min. Call number: Disabilities-AV WS 105 J86 1985
- Discusses growth & development from birth to 1 year.

Learning to communicate: The first three years (video). Vanderbilt University School of Medicine. Bill Wilkerson Center Press, 1993. 11 min. Call number: Disabilities-AV WS 105.5 C8 L438 1993
- Illustrates the milestones of normal communication development in the first three years of life. Discusses the anatomic prerequisites and environmental conditions necessary for speech and language development and outlines warning signs that may indicate a possible delay in speech and language development.

Making all the difference (video). Psaras Foundation for South Carolina First Steps to School Readiness. 2000. Call number: Disabilities-AV WS 105.5 C7 M235 2000.
- Subtitle on container: Suggestions to help boost your child's brainpower.

My turn, your turn (video). Child Development and Mental Retardation Center, University of Washington, 1989. 24 min. Call number: Disabilities-AV WS 107 M995 1989
- Examines ways that parents can help their mentally handicapped children to learn how to share.

Parenting children with special needs (video). Clark County School District. Las Vegas, Nevada. 1993. 30 min. 1 video and 1 userís guide. Practical parenting series. Program 9. Call number: Disabilities-AV HQ 759.913 P228 1993
- Provides a comprehensive overview beginning with the initial diagnosis of a potential problem through the child entering primary school and receiving educational support. Includes the psychological stages most parents experience, the importance of early intervention, tips on communicating with other important caregivers and professionals, and a general overview of federal laws that impact families of children with disabilities.

Pathways, a training and resource guide for enhancing skills in early intervention service coordination. Peggy Rosin. University of Wisconsin, 1996.(1 videocassette + 1 video guide) Call number: Disabilities-AV LC 4019.2 P297 1996
- Training and resource guide for enhancing skills in early intervention service coordination.

Promoting motor development (video). Cinemasound Video, Ltd. 1992. 23 min. Call number: Disabilities-AV WY 159 P965 1992
- The program illustrates abnormal postures and movement patterns often seen in hospitalized infants and young children. It illustrates positioning and handling techniques caregivers can use during daily routines to enhance the motor development of these young children.

Pro-parents (video): Early childhood. SCETV, 2000. 13:37 min. Call number: Disabilities-AV LC 4019.2 P962 2000
- Discusses parents' options in South Carolina for their young children with special needs. Also discusses the IFSP and IEP that children and their families need to put together.

South Carolina early intervention systems for infants & toddlers (video). Columbia, S.C.: Dept. of Health and Environmental Control. 1994. 7 min. Call number: Disabilities-AV LC 4019.2 S7266 1994
- A description of BabyNet and its services.

Stepping stones: Pathways to early development (video). ETIPS Project. Tennessee Technological University, 1986.Call number: Disabilities-AV WS 105 S837 1986
- Set of 15-minute video programs about the development of infants, toddlers, and preschoolers and the family's role in teaching typically developing or special-needs children. Tells how, why, and when infants and toddlers, from birth to 36 months, develop basic skills.
No.16 Stacking, building, & knocking over
No.17 Standing up
No.18 Shapes & formboards
No.19 Cruising & toddling
No.20 Playing & socializing with adults
No.21 Placing & removing objects
No.22 Making toys work
No.23 Scribbling
No.24 Looking at and interacting with books
No.25 Climbing and running
No.26 Naming objects & people
No.27 Jumping
No.28 Means-ends
No.29 Throwing & catching
No.30 Conclusion

Successfully parenting your baby with special needs (video).Grace Hanlon. Edvantage Media, 1999. Call number: Disabilities-AV WS 105.5 C3 S942
- Early intervention is a system of services designed for children with unique needs between the ages of birth to three and their families. This video explains early intervention, the process of diagnosis and referral, how a child is evaluated, creating an individualized family service plan, how to access available resources and services, and preparing for transitions.

Supporting families and their prematurely born babies: A guide for training care providers. Valerie Thom. University Affiliated Program, Child Development and Rehabilitation Center, Oregon Health Sciences University, 1990.video and guide Call number: Disabilities-AV WS 410 S959 1990
- The training guide is organized into 2 units, each unit consists of 5 sections including a trainer's agenda, presentation notes, transparencies and training handouts. Videocassette contains video segments in support of the guide for training care providers.  

When the chips are down... Strategies for Improving Children's Behavior. The Learning Disabilities Project at Weta, Washington, D.C. Alexandria, VA: PBS Video, 1997. Call number: Disabilities- AV LC 4704 W567 1997
- "Host Richard Lavoie, a nationally-known expert on learning disabilities, offers practical advice on dealing with behavioral problems quickly and effectively. He shows how preventive discipline can anticipate many problems before they start. And he explains how teachers and parents can create a stable, predictable environment in which children with learning disabilities can flourish."

The whole picture (video). Iowa Early Intervention Parent-Physician Collaboration Project. University of Iowa, 1989. 19 min. Call number: Disabilities-AV WS 350.6 W551 1989
- Looks at health care and early intervention. It shows the importance of planning health care together with parents, physicians and educators.


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