Getting started with telehealth for early intervention: Learning modules

Building the intervention from the assessment information

Your provider will use all of the assessment information that they collect to build an individualized intervention plan for your child.

Your provider wants your input; you are a key partner in building an intervention plan for your child!

Your child’s intervention will be individualized, meaning it will be built exactly for them, based on the information from the assessments, their strengths and needs, and the priorities that you have as a family. 

Building communication skills is one of the main priorities of beginning early intervention.

If your child engages in some interfering behavior forms, as many children do, improving interfering behaviors is also one of the main priorities of beginning early intervention. Improving interfering behavior is prioritized to help improve your child and family’s quality of life and to help your child be ready to learn additional skills.

When making an intervention for parents to implement, providers try to make interventions that are based on your child and family’s routine and to involve the family in the development of the intervention.

Congratulations, you have now completed Module 3: Assessment with your child!