Identifying Best Family-Centered Practices

Hammond, Helen
July 1999
Teaching Exceptional Children;Jul/Aug99, Vol. 31 Issue 6, p42
Academic Journal
Reports on the use of the Family-Centered Program Rating Scale (FamPRS) as an evaluation and planning tool for improving the family-centered practices of early-intervention programs. Definition of family-centered practices; FamPRS training in a rural Minnesota community; Follow-up workshops and assessments for early-intervention programs; Perspectives on the usefulness of the FamPRS.


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