Intensive Intervention: Questions Parents and Families can Ask

Intensive Intervention: Questions Parents and Families can Ask

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National Center on Intensive Intervention & Rhode Island Parent Information Network

questions parents can ask about intensive intervention



Are you a parent or family member who is interested in understanding more about intensive intervention and how to get involved? Are you an educator providing intensive intervention who would like help parents and families understand the supports their child is receiving and how they can engage in the process? This infographic, developed in collaboration with the Rhode Island Parent Information Network, provides questions to ask school teams who are providing intensive intervention. This resource is intended to provide a high-level overview of intensive intervention and should not replace ongoing communication between schools, and parents and families.  A Spanish version is also available.




Intensive Intervention: Questions Parents and Families can Ask

La intervención intensiva: Preguntas que los padres y las familias pueden hacer al hablar con la escuela de sus hijos sobre la intervención intensiva (Spanish Translation)


Special thanks to Helene Fallon and Michelle Murphey for their review and feedback as well as all of the participants at the 2016 Region 1 Parent Center Conference LEARNING, SHARING, GROWING TOGETHER who shared initial thinking and feedback on these documents. 


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