Articles for training hours by our Early Intervention Staff and Contractors.

TRAINING HOURS = 30 minutes each article unless otherwise noted 

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Autism Navigator Course. A free on-line (2) hour course About Autism in Toddlers is available for families, professionals and physicians from Autism Navigator. It can be accessed by registered for the course using the link:


Dealing with Difficult People – Psychology Today:

Dealing with Difficult People – Think Simple Now:

How to Use Positive Reinforcement to Address Child Behavior Problems:

How to Use Positive Reinforcement for Children:

Behavior Problems in Children and How to Deal with Them:

6 Little Behavior Problems You Shouldn’t Ignore:

EI Developing a Behavior Support Model


Imitation Therapy in Young Children with Autism:

Attention, Joint Attention, and Social Cognition:

Joint Attention and Social Referencing:

How to Improve Joint Attention Skills in Young Children with Autism:

Floor Time Basics – Let’s Play

Natural Environments Article


A Feeding Guide for Good Nutrition – Food Groups and Serving Sizes
Ways to Help a Child Who is Underweight



The Four Styles of Parenting:

Parenting Styles:  A Guide for the Science-Minded:

Parenting Spectrum Children


The Goal and Opportunity of Physical Therapy for Children with Down Syndrome:

Grounding Early Intervention:  Physical Therapy Cannot Just Be About Motor Skills Anymore:

How to add Yoga into your EI Therapy


Sensory Integration Articles and Resources:

Articles for OT CEUs:–

What is Sensory Processing Disorder?

Sensory Integration:


The Hanen Centre Articles:

Enhancing the Language Development of Young Children:

Language Development in Children:

Young Children’s Oral Language Development:

Forever Free – Georgia Pathway to Language & Literacy:

Benefits of Sign Language for Early Childhood Education Centers:

Babies and Sign Language:

Including Sign Language in Early Childhood Curriculum:

What is PECS
Sign – But I want my child to talk!
When Do Children with Down Syndrome Enter the One-Word Stage