In this playlist, Dr. Cate Crowley walks Early Intervention Evaluators through critical steps in conducting an Early Intervention evaluation considering current federal law, state regulations, clinical judgment, and evidence-based practice.
In this playlist, Dr. Crowley, first looks at the legal requirements for Early Intervention evaluations emphasizing that evaluations do not require standardized test scores. She continues by breaking down some of the issues with the standardized tests currently used in Early Intervention evaluations. Dr. Crowley then discusses the Critical Questions that should be considered during an Early Intervention evaluation and how clinicians can develop informed clinical opinion to utilize during their evaluations. She discusses some important points for conducting bilingual evaluations and apraxia diagnosis and treatment.
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