Conceptual Framework for Evidence-Based Practices in Early Intervention

Evidence-based practices are practices informed by research, in which the characteristics and consequences of environmental variables are empirically established and the relationship directly informs what a practitioner can do to produce a desired outcome (Dunst, Trivette, & Cutspec, 2002). The Conceptual Framework for Evidence-Based Practices in Early Intervention contrasts the new capacity-building paradigm with a traditional paradigm for supporting children with disabilities and their families.

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