“At the core of the provision of family-centered care lies the premise that practitioners believe that all families are capable and competent.” – Rush & Shelden, 2011
On this page the Listening Together team will share what they have learned about providing tele-intervention along with resources from other experts. Content will be updated every week so check back.
Listening Together Blog Posts
Planning and Conducting Tele-Intervention
A 90-minute free webinar conducted by Elizabeth Rosenzweig, MS, CCC-SLP, LSLS Cert AVT on the “how-to”s of teletherapy. You will find planning suggestions, activities, and resources in this webinar.
An in-depth resource by the National Center for Hearing Assessment and Management detailing how to prepare parents, conduct a tele-intervention session, and evaluate outcomes.
A chapter written by Dr. Jenna Voss and Dr. Arlene Stredler-Brown describing a framework for family-centered early intervention and coaching practices.
A guide from the Family Guided Routines Based Intervention Project from Florida State University.
From the Council on Exceptional Children’s Division for Communication, Language, and Deaf/Hard of Hearing, includes virtual activities for teachers and families.
An overview of telepractice along with discussion of roles and responsibilities, licensure, reimbursement, and other resources from American Speech Language Hearing Association
Activity Ideas and Resources
Online books for children at various reading levels and in multiple languages.