Like many of you, the staff members here at the Family, Infant and Preschool Program are working hard to ensure that children and families continue to receive early childhood intervention services, but in a manner that protects the health of the child, family, and early intervention practitioner.


This brief video shows how you can use tele-intervention during this time of social distancing and includes an overview of system requirements, how to plan a visit, the three parts of a virtual visit, and what conducting an tele-intervention visit looks like in action. 

Early Childhood Intervention Practices

Supporting Early Childhood Intervention Practitioners Virtually

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Early Childhood Intervention


To request individual or group training, contact Sarah Sexton at the Family, Infant and Preschool Program at sarah.sexton@dhhs.nc.gov or (828)433-2661.


Early Childhood Intervention Roles

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Tools to Support Evidence-Based Practices

Early Childhood Intervention Teaming Practices

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Tele-Practice Infographics 

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Tele-Practice

The Promoting Interest-Based Child Learning in Natural Settings using a Coaching Interaction Style is a guide for early childhood practitioners to build the capacity of a caregiver to promote child learning and development as part of everyday activities. This guide can be used to facilitate a tele-intervention visit or a live face-to-face visit.