Early Intervention 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

ABC's of raising happy, healthy kids.Melody Pritchard. Peak Performance Publishing, 2000. Call number: Disabilities-FAM WS 105.5 C3 P961a 2000

An activity-based approach to early intervention. 3rd ed. Diane Bricker. P.H. Brookes Pub. Co, 2004. Call number: Disabilities-PROF LC 4019.2 B849a 2004

Adapting early childhood curricula for children with special needs. Ruth Cook, Annette Tessier, M. Diane Klein.Maxwell Macmillan International, 1992. Call number: Disabilities-PROF LC 4019.2 C771a 1992

Assessing and guiding young children's development and learning. Oralie McAfee and Deborah J. Leong. Allyn and Bacon, 2002. Call number: Disabilities-TRAN LC 4019.2 M113a 2002

Assessment of young children with special needs: A context-based Approach. Susan Benner. Clifton Park, NY: Delmar Learning, 2003. Call number: Disabilities-PROF RJ 135 B469a 2003

Assuring the family's role on the early intervention team: Explaining rights and safeguards. Joicey Hurth and Paula Goff.Chapel Hill, NC: National Early Childhood Technical Assistance System, 1996. Call number: Disabilities-PROF LC 4019.2 H967a 1996

Baby play & learn. Penny Warner. Simon & Schuster, 1999. Call number: Disabilities- FAM WS 105 W283b 1999
Provides innovative and creative alternatives to interact and play with your baby of all ages.

Babytalk: Strengthen your child's ability to listen, understand, and communicate. Sally Ward. Ballantine Books, 2001. Call number: Disabilities-FAM WS 105.5 C8 W263b 2001

Basic enrichment education for preschoolers. Gay Clement-Atkinson. Columbia, S.C.: Center for Developmental Disabilities, Department of Pediatrics, University of South Carolina School of Medicine, 1989.Call number: Disabilities-PROF LC 4019.2 C626b 1989

Becoming partners with children: From play to conversation. James MacDonald. Special Press, 1989. Call number: Disabilites-FAM WS 105.5 F2 M135b 1989
        -A developmental guide for parents and professionals.

Brass tacks: A self-rating of family-centered practices in early intervention. P.J. McWilliam & Pam Winton. University of North Carolina, 1990. Call number: Disabilities-PROF HQ 759.913 M177b 1990

- This booklet was developed to assist early intervention programs, teams, and professionals determine the extent to which their practices reflect a family-centered approach.

Bright beginnings: A prevention curriculum for early childhood and preschool programs. Marcia Kelly. SC Department of Disabilities and Special Needs, 1994. Call number: Disabilities-PROF WS 350.6 B855 1994

Building blocks for teaching preschoolers with special needs. Susan Sandall, Ilene Schwartz. 2002.Call number: Disabilities-PROF LC 4019.2 S213b 2002

Caring for your baby and young child: Birth to age 5. Steven Shelov. Bantam Books, 1998. Call number: Disabilities-FAM WS 113 C278 1998

The Carolina curriculum for infants and toddlers with special needs. Nancy Johnson-Martin. Brookes Pub. Co., 1991. Call number: Disabilities-PROF LC 4019.2 J681 1991

Coaching families and colleagues in early childhood. Barbara E. Hanft, Dathan D. Rush, M'Lisa L. Shelden. Baltimore, Md.: Paul H. Brookes Pub. Co., 2004. Call number: Disabilities-PROF WS 105 C652 2004
- A model to help early interventionists strengthen their knowledge and implementation of evidence-based practices. It is based on five steps of coaching: initiation, observation, action, reflection, and evaluation.

Complete early childhood curriculum resource. Mary Sobut, Bonnie Neuman Bogen. Center for Applied Research in Education, 1991. Call number: Disabilities-PROF LB 1139.25 S677c 1991

Consultation in early childhood settings. Virginia Buysse, Patricia W. Wesley. Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes Pub., 2005.Call number: Disabilities-PROF BF 637 .C56 B992c 2005
        -Written for early childhood professionals, the authors present an eight-step process for improving the communication between caregivers, educators, and professionals alike, thus improving the consultation process in general.

Controlling movement: A theraputic approach to early intervention. Margaret Baker Aspen Publishers, 1991.Call number: Disabilities-PROF WS 39 C764 1991

Coping in young children: Early intervention practices to enhance adaptive behavior and resilience. Shirley Zeitlin and G. Gordon Williamson. Baltimore: Brookes, 1994. Call number: Disabilities-PROF WS 105.5 .A8 Z48c 1994

Creative activities for young children. Mary Mayesky. 6th Ed. Albany, N.Y. : Delmar Publishers, 1998. Disabilities-TRANSITION WS 105 M468c 1998.
        - “For individuals who want to know more about creative children, creative teaching, and creative curriculum activities...Overall emphasis on creativity and process over product…Written in a developmental context, you will learn why activities should be used as well as how to implement them.”

Creative activities for young children. Jennifer Johnson. Australia; Clifton Park, NY: Thomson/Delmar Learning, 2006. Professional Enhancement Booklet. Call number: Disabilities-TRANSITION WS 105 J67c 2006

-Companion to the popular book Creative Arts for Young Children by Mary Mayesky. An excellent tool for fostering creativity in young children. Can be used by both professionals and interested parents.
Creative resources for infants and toddlers. Judith Herr, Terri Swim. Albany, NY: Delmar, 1999. Disabilities-TRANSITION WS 105 H564c 1999.
        -"Focuses on the growth of the whole child covering all areas of development: physical, language and communication, cognitive, social, and emotional. To support, enhance, and promote the child’s development in all of these areas, this unique book includes 280 specially-designed activities.”

Creative resources for the early childhood classroom, 3rd Ed.. Judy Herr, Yvonne Libby-Larson. Albany, NY: Delmar, 2000. Call number: Disabilities-TRANSITION WS 18.2 H564c 2000
-Focuses on the growth of the whole child and includes hundreds of activities that make learning interesting and challenging for young children.

Creativity and the arts with young children, 2nd Ed.. Rebecca T. Isbell, Shirley C. Raines. Clifton Park, NY: Thomson Delmar Learning, 2007. Call number: Disabilities-TRANSITION LB 1139.5 I73c 2007
-Includes information about artistic development, children's books, creative drama, movement, musical development, musical instruments, physical development, play, puppetry, recipes, singing, children with special needs, tools and materials, two dimensional art, etc.

Current trends in the use of paraprofessionals in early intervention and preschool services. Nancy Striffler. Chapel Hill, N.C.: National Early Childhood Technical Assistance System, 1993. Call number: Disabilities-PROF LC 4019.2 S917c 1993

DEC recommended practices in early intervention/early childhood special education. Susan Sandall, Mary McLean, and Barbara Smith. 2000.Call number: Disabilities-PROF LC 4019 D2912 2000

Developmental rainbow: Early childhood development profile. Gerald Mahoney, Frida Mahoney. Family Child Learning Center, 1996.Call number: Disabilities-PROF LB 1140.2 M216d 1996

Early childhood education and care in the USA. Edited by Debby Cryer and Richard Clifford. Baltimore: P.H. Brookes, 2003. Call number: Disabilities-PROF LB 1139.25 E12 2003
        -Key areas covered include access to education and care programs, regulatory policy, funding issues, staff roles and compensation, and program evaluation.

Early childhood special education: Birth to three. Edited by June Jordan. Council for Exceptional Children, 1990. Call number: Disabilities-PROF LC 4019.3 E11 1990

Early childhood workshops that work! The essential guide to successful training and workshops. Nancy Alexander. Gryphon House, 2000. Call number: Disabilities-PROF LB 1743 A377e 2000
-Designing training, making and using effective workshop materials, activities for individuals and small groups, and trouble shooting are some of the chapters included in this book.

Early intervention for at-risk and handicapped infants, toddlers, and preschool children. Diane Bricker. VORT Corp., 1989. Call number: Disabilities-PROF LC 4019.2 B849e 1989

The early intervention dictionary: A multidisciplinary guide to terminology. Jeanine Coleman.Woodbine House, 1999.Call number: Disabilities-PROF WS 15 C692e 1999

Early intervention for handicapped and at-risk children: An introduction to early childhood-special education. Nancy Peterson.1988.Call number: Disabilities-PROF LC 4019.2 P485e 1988

Early intervention for infants and children with handicaps: An empirical base. Edited by Samuel Odom and Merle Karnes. Brookes Pub. Co., 1988.Call number: Disabilities-PROF LC 4019.2 E26 1988

Early intervention for infants and toddlers with special needs and their families: An interdisciplinary training curriculum. Jean Ann Summers. Jefferson City, Missouri: Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, 1993.Call number: Disabilities-PROF LC 4019.2 S955e 1993

The early intervention guidebook for families and professionals: Partnering for success Bonnie Keilty. New York: Teachers College Press, c2010. Call number: Disabilities-FAM WS 350.6 K27e 2010.

Early intervention practices around the world. Edited by Samuel L. Odom. Paul Brookes, 2003. Call number: Disabilities-PROF HV 891 E12 2003
        -This book spotlights effective practices at work in 13 countries. Focuses on innovations in four areas: service delivery models, family support, professional development, and organizational support.

Early intervention regulation: Annotation and analysis. Wesley Brown. LRP Publications, 1994. Call number: Disabilities-PROF KF 4210 B881e 1994

Early services for children with special needs: Transactions for family support. Alfred Healy, Patricia Keesee, Barbara Smith. P.H. Brookes Pub. Co., 1989.Call number: Disabilities-PROF HV 888.5 H434e 1989

Educating young children: Active learning practices for preschool and child care programs. Mary Hohmann and David Weikart.High/Scope Press, 1995. Call number: Disabilities-PROF LB 1027.23 H719e 1995

The effectiveness of early intervention. Edited by Michael Guralnick. Baltimore: P.H. Brookes, 1997. Call number: Disabilities-PROF WS 350.6 E27 1997

Enhancing early emotional development: Guiding parents of young children. Jean Wixson Gowen and Judith Brennan Nebrig. P.H. Brookes Pub. Co., 2002. Call number: Disabilities-PROF BF 720 E45 G722e 2002
        -Readers will get an in-depth look at children's emotional development at five stages from birth to 24 months, examine challenges to effective parenting, and learn from realistic vignettes that demonstrate appropriate interventions.

Evaluation and programming system for infants and young children: Curriculum level I, developmentally 1 to 36 months. Juliann Cripe, Kristine Slentz, Diane Bricker. 1990. Call number: Disabilities-PROF WS 105.5 .E8 C931e 1990
- Curriculum provides activities for working on developmental areas identified by EPS testing materials.

Families, disability, and empowerment: Active coping skills and strategies for family interventions. Edited by George Singer and Laurie Powers. Brooks, 1993. Call number: Disabilities-PROF HV 1553 F198 1993

Family assessment in early intervention. Donald Bailey, Jr., Rune Simeonsson.Merrill Pub. Co., 1988. Call number: Disabilities-PROF WS 350.6 B154f 1988

Family-centered early intervention with infants and toddlers: Innovative cross-disciplinary approaches. Edited by Wesley Brown, S. Kenneth Thurman, and Lynda Pearl. P.H. Brookes Pub. Co.,1993. Call number: Disabilities-PROF HV 888.5 F198

Family-centered intervention planning. R.A. McWilliam.Communication Skill Builders, 1992. Call number: Disabilities-PROF HV 699 M177f 1992

The family/child curriculum: A family/relationship focused approach to parent education/early intervention. Gerald Mahoney. Family Child Learning Center, 1996. Call number: Disabilities-PROF WS 105.5 .F2 M216f 1996

The first years: A parent & caregiver's guide to helping children learn. Janet Pozmantier, Joanne Go, Laurie Segal Robinson. 1st Ed. New York, N.Y. : DK Publishing, 2001. Call Number: Disabilitites-FAM WS 105.5.C3 P893t 2001.
- “Focuses on helping children learn in their first three years of life… Offers insight into early development, based on research, as well as practical suggestions for joyful parenting...Accessible text written in layman’s terms."

Handbook of early childhood intervention. Edited by Jack Shonkoff, Samuel Meisels. Cambridge University Press, 2000. Call number: Disabilities-PROF LC 4019.2 H2361 2000

Handbook of infant mental health. World Association for Infant Mental Health. Joy Osofsky and Hiram Fitzgerald, editors.2000. 4 vols. Call number: Disabilities-PROF WS 105 H2363 2000
v. 1. Perspectives of infant mental health -- v. 2. Early intervention, evaluation, and assessment -- v. 3. Parenting and child care -- v. 4. Infant mental health groups at high risk.

Health, safety, and nutrition. Ann Watts and Phygenia Young. Clifton Park, NY : Thomson Delmar Learning, 2007. Call number: Disabilities-TRANSITION LB 3409.U5 W38h 2007
-Companion to the popular book Health, Safety, and Nutrition for the Young Child by Lynn Marotz, Marie Z. Cross, and Jeanettia M. Rush. Provides exercises and suggestions to better implement and use the advice offered in the book. Useful to both professionals and parents.

HELP--at home: Based on the Hawaii Early Learning Profile (HELP). Activity sheets for parents. Stephanie Parks. VORT Corp., 1992. Call number: Disabilities-FAM HQ 774.5 H483 1992

Home visiting: Promoting healthy parent and child development. Carol Klass. P.H. Brookes Pub. Co., 1996. Call number: Disabilities-PROF HQ 755.7 K63h 1996

In time and with love: Caring for the Special needs infant and toddler. Marilyn Segal. 2nd ed. Newmarket Press, 2001.Call number: Disabilities-FAM HQ 773.6 S454i 2001
        -This book gives parents of preterm babies and children with disabilities from birth to preteen practical advice on care and activities to enhance development. It includes advice on nursing, feeding, dressing, interacting with siblings, discipline, and social skills development.

Inclusive child care for infants and toddlers: Meeting individual and special needs. Marion O'Brien. P.H. Brookes Pub., 1997. Call number: Disabilities-PROF WS 113 O13i

Infant and toddler development and responsive program planning: A relationship-based approach. Donna S. Wittmer, Sandra H. Petersen. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson/Merrill Prentice Hall, 2006. Call number: Disabilities-TRANSITION WS 105 W832i 2006
-This comprehensive introduction to infant and toddler development, responsive program planning, and responsive relationship-based curriculum incorporates all of the themes crucial to providing quality education and care to our youngest, very capable members of society.

Infant/toddler caregiving: A guide to language development and communication. Edited by J. Ronald Lally, Peter Mangione, and Carol Lou Young-Holt.California Dept. of Education, 1992. Call number: Disabilities-PROF HV 857. C3 I431 1992

Infant/toddler caregiving: A guide to social/emotional growth and socialization. Edited by J. Ronald Lally. California Dept. of Education, 1990. Call number: Disabilities-PROF HV 857 C3 I432 1990

Infants & Young children series. Edited by James Blackman.Aspen Publishers, Inc. 1995. 8 vols.
v.1- Innovations in practice in early intervention. Call number: Disabilities-PROF WA 320 I58
v.2- Training and continuing education in early intervention. Call number: Disabilities-PROF W 20 T7678
v.3 - Technology in early intervention. Call number: Disabilities-PROF WS 368 T255
v.4 - Medical aspects of early intervention. Call number: Disabilities-PROF WS 350.6 M489
v.5 - Infant development and mental health in early intervention. Call number: Disabilities-PROF WS 350.6 I425
v.6 - Working with families in early intervention. Call number: Disabilities-PROF WM 430.5 .F2 W926
v.7 - Treatment options in early intervention. Call number: Disabilities-PROF WS 350.6 T7847
v.8 - Identification and assessment in early intervention. Call number: Disabilities-PROF WS 350.6 I19

Infants and young children with special needs: A developmental and ecological approach. S. Kenneth Thurman and Anne Widerstrom. Brookes Pub. Co., 1990. Call number: Disabilities-PROF LC 4019.2 T539i 1990

Inside HELP: Administrative and reference manual for HELP (the Hawaii Early Learning Profile) birth - 3 years. Stephanie Parks. 1997. Call number: Disabilities-PROF HQ 773.6 P252i 1997

The INSITE model: A model of home intervention for infant, toddler, and preschool aged multi-handicapped sensory impaired children. Utah State University: HOPE, Inc., 1989. Call number: Disabilities-PROF WS 350.6 I59 1989 v.1, v.2

Interdisciplinary assessment of infants: A guide for early intervention professionals. Edited by Elizabeth Gibbs and Douglas Teti. P.H. Brookes Pub. Co., 1990. Call number: Disabilities-PROF WS 105.5 E8 I61 1990

Interdisciplinary clinical assessment of young children with developmental disabilities. Edited by Michael Guralnick. Brookes Pub. Co., 2000.Call number: Disabilities-PROF WS 350.6 I588 2000

Learning through supervision and mentorship to support the development of infants, toddlers and their families: A source book. Edited by Emily Fenichel. Zero to Three/National Center for Clinical Infant Programs 1992. Call number: Disabilities-PROF WM 30 F333L 1992.

Linking assessment and early intervention: An authentic curriculum-based approach. Stephen Bagnato, John Neisworth, and Susan Munson.1997.Call number: Disabilities-PROF LB 1140.4 B147L 1997

Lives in progress: Case stories in early intervention. P.J. McWilliam. P.H. Brookes, 2000.Call number: Disabilities-PROF HV 741 M177L 2000

Mainstreaming young children: A training series for child care providers. Patricia Wesley. Frank Porter Graham Child Development Center, 1992.Call number: Disabilities-PROF LC 4031 W514m 1992

Medicaid and early intervention services: Building comprehensive programs for poor infants and toddlers. Tracey Orloff. Children's Defense Fund, 1992.Call number: Disabilities-PROF WA 320 M489 1992

Meeting early intervention challenges: Issues from birth to three. Edited by Lawrence Johnson, R.J. Gallagher, M.J. LaMontagne and June Jordan. Brookes Pub. Co., 1994. Call number: Disabilities-PROF LC 4019.2 M495 1994

More infant and toddler experiences. Fran Hast and Ann Hollyfield. St. Paul, Minn. : Redleaf Press, 2001. Disabilities-TRANSITION WS 105 H356m 2001.
        -“Find creative suggestions for interactions that strengthen both the developing child and the caregiver...Offer directions on planning environments to support infant and toddler learning...Will give both novice and experienced infant/toddler teacher fresh approaches and new experiences to try.”

NEC*TAS information packet on the financing of early intervention and preschool services. Prepared by NEC*TAS at the Georgetown University Child Development Center.1990.Call number: Disabilities-PROF LC 4019.2 N369

The new first three years of life. Burton White. Fireside Book, 1995. Call number: Disabilities-FAM WS 105 W582f 1995

New teachers for a new century: The future of early childhood professional preparation. U.S. Dept. of Education 2000. Call number: Disabilities-PROF LB 1732.3 N532 2000

Normal development of functional motor skills: The first year of life. Rona Alexander, Regi Boehme, Barbara Cupps. Therapy Skill Builders, 1993. Call number: Disabilities-PROF WE 103 A3772n 1993

Our best hope: Early intervention with prenatally drug-exposed infants and their families. Jane Stump. Child Welfare League of America, 1992. Call number: Disabilities-PROF WQ 210 S934o 1992

Parent articles for early intervention. Edited by Marsha Dunn Klein. Communication Skill Builders, 1990.Call number: Disabilitites-FAM WS 368 P228 1990

Partnerships in early intervention: A training guide on family-centered care, team building, and service coordination. Peggy Rosin. Wisconsin Family-Centered Inservice Project, 1993. Call number: Disabilities-PROF WS 350.6 P273 1993
- 34 leaves of overheads/handouts in back pocket.

Partnerships in family-centered care: A guide to collaborative early intervention. Peggy Rosin. P.H. Brookes Pub. Co., 1996. Call number: Disabilities-PROF HV 699 P273 1996

Pathways to competence: Encouraging healthy social and emotional development in young children.Sarah Landy. Paul H. Brookes Pub., 2002. Call number: Disabilities-PROF WS 105.5 .I5 P297 2002
- Nine key social and emotional areas, including a sense of “body self,” attachment to caregivers, play and imagination, language and communication, self-esteem, morality and conscience, emotion regulation, problem solving, and social competence are explored in this text.

Play activities for young children with sensory impairments. Joan Rich and Elizabeth Rich.University of Washington, 1990. Call number: Disabilities-PROF WS 350.2 R498p 1990

Preparing paraprofessional early interventionists (PPEI). Samera Baird. Department of Rehabilitation and Special Education, Auburn University. Communication Skill Builders, 1994. Call number: Disabilities-PROF LC 4019.2 B163p
-Preparing Paraprofessional Early Interventionist (PPEI) was written to help professional early interventionists provide training for paraprofessionals so that they will become valued and respected contributors to the early intervention team.

Preschool children with special needs: Children at-risk, children with disabilities.Janet Lerner, Barbara Lowenthal, Rosemary Egan. Allyn and Bacon, 1998.Call number: Disabilities-PROF HV 888 L616p 1998
-Intended for prospective and current teachers of preschool children, this book discusses the needs of preschoolers age three to age six, provides an overview of related legislation, and describes effective interventions.

Quick quality check for infant and toddler programs.Michelle Knoll and Marion O'Brien. Gryphon House, 2001. Call number: Disabilities-PROF HQ 778.5 K72q 2001
- Includes checklists for monitoring and evaluating care in infant and toddler classrooms.

QuickNotes. Pat Wesley, Brenda Dennis, & Sabrina Tyndall. Kaplan Press, 1999. Call number: Disabilities-PROF WS 105 W514q 1999
- Each volume is written in both English & Spanish.
Vol. 1: Typical Child Development
Vol. 2: Developmental Disabilities
Vol. 3: Setting Up the Early Childhood Environment
Vol. 4: Early Childhood Curriculum
Vol. 5: What Is Early Childhood Inclusion?
Vol. 6: Including Children With Special Needs
Vol. 7: Health & Safety
Vol. 8: Promoting Appropriate Behavior
Vol. 9: Families
Vol. 10: Early Childhood Resources: Services Agencies, Printed Materials, and Videos.

Reforming personnel preparation in early intervention: Issues, models, and practical strategies. Edited by Pamela Winton, Jeanette McCollum, Camille Catlett.1997.Call number: Disabilities-PROF HV 741 R332 1997

Resources for teaching children with diverse abilities: Birth through eight. Penny Low Deiner. Harcourt Brace College Publishers, 1993. Call number: Disabilities-PROF LC 4015 D324r 1993

Safety, nutrition, & health in early education, 3rd Ed.. Cathie Robertson. Clifton Park, NY: Thomson Delmar Learning, 2007. Includes CD-ROM. Call number: Disabilities-TRANSITION LB 3409.U5 R649s 2007
-Covers the four major subject areas of safety, nutrition, health, and special topics. New to this edition is expanded coverage of children with disabilities and other special needs.

Sensory integration and self-regulation in infants and toddlers: Helping very young children interact with their environment. G. Gordon Williamson, Marie Anzalone. Washington, DC: Zero to Three, 2001.Call number: Disabilities-PROF WS 350.6 W729s 2001

Service coordination for early intervention: Parents & professionals. Irene Nathan Zipper, Marie Weil, Kathleen Rounds. Brookline Books, 1993. Call number: Disabilities-PROF WS 350.6 Z79s 1993

Sing me a story! Tell me a song! : Creative thematic activities for teachers of young children. Hilda L. Jackman. Clifton Park, NY : Thomson/Delmar Learning, 2005. Disabilities-TRANSITION LC 4019.2 J12s 2005.
        - Includes book and CD-ROM - “Provides the answers and planning tools educators need to effectively teach children from infancy to age eight using the thematic approach. The 30 themes presented provide a framework for integrating all area’s of a child’s development.”

Small Steps Forward: Using Games and Activities to help your preschool child with special needs. Sara Newman. Jessica Kingsley, 1999.Call number: Disabilities-PROF LC 4019.2 N555s 1999

Social competence of young children with disabilities: Issues and strategies for intervention. Edited by Samuel Odom, Scott McConnell, Mary McEvoy. P.H. Brookes Pub. Co., 1992. Call number: Disabilities-PROF HQ 773.6 S678 1992

Staffing infant intervention programs: One state's status and future direction. Sharon Palsha, Mary Sue Rennells. Carolina Policy Studies Program, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1990. Call number: Disabilities-PROF LC 4019.2 P182s 1990

The statement of the Advisory Committee on Services for Families with Infants and Toddlers.U.S. Dept. of Health & Human Services, 1994. Call number: Disabilities-PROF LC 4091 U58s 1994

Strategies for early intervention programs: From planning to service delivery. Loretta Arnn and Chris Kelsey. VORT Corp., 1989.Call number: Disabilities-PROF LC 4019.2 A749s 1989

Strategies for including children with special needs in early childhood settings. M. Diane Klein, Ruth E. Cook, and Anne Marie Richardson. Albany: Delmar, 2001. Call number: Disabilities-PROF LC 4019.3 K64s 2001
        -This book includes information on commonly seen disabilities. It also suggests strategies and activities to facilitate children's participation in daily routine activities.

Strengthening the role of families in states' early intervention systems: Policy guide to procedural safeguards for infants and toddlers and their families under Part H of the Education of the Handicapped Act. National Early Childhood Technical Assistance System, 1990. Call number: Disabilities-PROF WA 310 S915 1990

Supporting families and their prematurely born babies: A source book of selected readings. Compiled by Gloria Krahn. University Affiliated Program, Child Development and Rehabilitation Center, Oregon Health Sciences University, 1990. Call number: Disabilities-PROF WS 410 S765 1990
- Selected writings relating to early childhood intervention for infants, toddlers and their families compiled to assist in the training of early intervention service providers.

Supportive parenting: Becoming an advocate for your child with special needs. Jan Starr Campito. Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2007. Call number: Disabilities-FAM HQ 759.913 C196s 2007

Teaching infants and preschoolers with disabilities. Donald Bailey, Jr., Mark Wolery. Macmillan International, 1992. Call number: Disabilities-PROF LC 4019.2 B154t 1992

Transdisciplinary play-based intervention: Guidelines for developing a meaningful curriculum for young children. Toni Linder.1993.Call number: Disabilities-PROF RJ 53 .T7 L751t 1993

The transition sourcebook: A practical guide for early intervention programs. Andrea Lazzari. Communication Skill Builders, 1991. Call number: Disabilities-Transition LC 4019.2 L432t 1991

Using the supportive play model: Individualized intervention in early childhood practice. Margaret Sheridan, Gilbert Foley, Sara Radlinski. Columbia University, 1995. Early childhood education series.Call number: Disabilities-PROF LB 1139.35 .p55 s552U 1995

The visit: Observation, reflection, synthesis for training and relationship building. Annette Axtmann and Annegret Dettwiler. Baltimore, Md.: Paul H. Brookes Pub. Co., c2005. Call number: Disabilities-PROF HV 713 A972v 2005
        -This is a professional development resource for supervisors to use with direct care practitioners who work with young children and their families. For use in homes, clinics, or group care settings, this tool shows how supervisors and direct care practitioners can work as a team to uncover a child's strengths and challenges and relate them to the strengths and challenges of the family. To help make meetings successful and efficient, The visit includes Observation, Reflection, Synthesis Guides - one for each of eight age ranges from 2 to 36 months.

What's in a transition? Preschool preparation and transition Project. Nancy Richard. University of Hawaii at Manoa, Dept. of Special Education, 1988. Call number: Disabilities-Transition LC 4019.2 R513w

Working together with children and families: Case studies in early intervention. Edited by P.J. McWilliam and Donald Bailey, Jr. Brookes Pub. Co., 1993. Call number: Disabilities-PROF HQ 759.913 W926

Your baby & child: From birth to age five. Penelope Leach. Random House, 1995. Call number: Disabilities-FAM WS 113 L434y 1995

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