Recommended Readings

Dunst, C.J. (2000). Revisiting "rethinking" early intervention. Topics in Early Childhood Special Education, 20(2), 95-104.

Dunst, C.J., Hamby, D., Trivette, C.M., Raab, M., & Bruder, M.B. (2000). Everyday family and community life and children's naturally occurring learning opportunities. Journal of Early Intervention, 23(3), 151-164.

Dunst, C.J., Herter, S., & Shields, H. (2000). Interest-based natural learning opportunities. In S. Sandall & M. Ostrosky (Eds.), Young Exceptional Children Monograph Series No. 2 (pp. 37-48). Denver, CO: Division for Early Childhood of the Council for Exceptional Children.

Dunst, C.J., Trivette, C.M., Humphries, T., Raab, M., & Roper, N. (2001). Contrasting approaches to natural learning environment interventions. Infants and Young Children, 14(2), 48-63.

Hanft, B., & Pilkington, K. (2000). Therapy in natural environments: The means or end goal for early intervention? Infants and Young Children, 12(4), 1-13.

Hanft, B.E., Rush, D.D., & Shelden, M.L. (2004). Coaching Families and Colleagues in Early Childhood Intervention. Baltimore, MD: Paul H. Brookes.

Harris, S. (2001). Challenging myths in physical therapy. Physical Therapy, 81(6), 1180- 1182.

Harris, S. (1996). How should treatments be critiqued for scientific merit? Physical Therapy, 76(2), 175-181.

Jung. L.A. (2003). More is better: Maximizing natural learning opportunities. Young Exceptional Children, 6, 21-26.

Logemann, J.A. (2000). What is evidence-based practice and why should we care? ASHA Leader, 5(5), 3.

McWilliam, R.A., & Scott, S. (2001). A support approach to early intervention: A three part framework. Infants and Young Children, 13(4), 55-66.

Roper, N. and C. J. Dunst (2003). Communication intervention in natural learning environments: Guidelines for practice. Infants and Young Children, 16(3): 215-226.

Shelden, M.L. & Rush, D.D. (2001). The ten myths about providing early intervention services in natural environments. Infants and Young Children, 14(1), 1-13.