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Routines-Based Intervention & Caregiver Coaching

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1.  _____% of practitioners did not feel well prepared for early intervention work.
  1. 50%
  2. 60%
  3. 80%
  4. 90%
2.  Family-centered practice in early intervention is associated with:
  1. Child outcomes
  2. Increased caregiver self-efficacy
  3. Improved child & caregiver mental health and well-being
  4. All of the above
3.  20 daily activities afford some _______________ learning opportunities by the 1st birthday.
  1. 20,000
  2. 40,000
  3. 75,000
  4. 100,000
4.  Which of the following was NOT mentioned as a way to increase family engagement?
  1. Have clear expectations
  2. Be caring and flexible
  3. Focus on provider priorities
  4. Focus on family priorities
5.  Infants and toddlers learn best through everyday experiences and interactions with familiar people in ____________ contexts.
  1. New
  2. Familiar
  3. Unfamiliar
  4. Different
6.  The best routines for early intervention are:
  1. Predictable
  2. Expandable and retractable
  3. Functional
  4. All of the above
7.  Ultimately it is the _________________ decision which routines are used.
  1. Child's
  2. Caregiver's
  3. Provider's
  4. None of the above
8.  Which of the following is a specific coaching strategy?
  1. Information sharing
  2. Observation
  3. Demonstration with narration
  4. Joint interaction
9.  Observation is a general coaching strategy that requires:
  1. Participating in an everyday routine between a child and caregiver
  2. Identifying areas of concern within a family's everyday routines
  3. Watching an everyday routine and identifying at least one strength
  4. Watching a routine and asking caregivers to identify their strengths and weaknesses
10.  Reflection is a specific coaching strategy that includes:
  1. Caregiver's analysis of a behavior/routine/intervention
  2. Early interventionist's analysis of behavior/routine/intervention
  3. Restating the facts/events that occurred during the intervention session
  4. Problem solving an anticipated problem