Home-Based Intervention

By Alexandra Gantner, M.A., CCC-SLP, Lead Therapist at Communication Clubhouse

For our early intervention population (children ages birth to 3 years) therapy services are typically conducted in the child’s home or other natural environment, including day care. Home-based intervention allows for the therapist to encourage active participation of families in the therapeutic process by imbedding intervention strategies into the family’s routine. Ultimately, parents provide intervention by learning to creatively facilitate therapeutic goals in their everyday lives. Parent interaction during the home-based session is critical, as the family becomes the implementer of the strategies throughout the child’s daily routines for the rest of the week.


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