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Are you looking for a video to enhance your own or your staff’s professional development? To help you find the videos that we have developed and posted on this site, here is a list of the video clips with a link for where you can find them. If you use these clips in professional development for your staff, we ask that you cite the VA EI Professional Development Center as your source. Links to videos from other sources can be found on corresponding Early Intervention Topics and Trends pages elsewhere on this site.

 

We are so very grateful to the families and service providers who have shared their stories and talents with us! We are always searching for families and service providers who may be willing to let us capture their experiences. Email Cori Hill as cfhill@vcu.edu or Dana Childress at dcchildress@vcu.edu if we can tag along on your next early intervention visit!

 

Be sure to check out the VEIPD Videos YouTube Channel!   

 

Limitations on Video Use

These videos were produced and posted to this website with voluntary written permission from all parties who appear in the video. These videos many not be used for commercial purposes and may not be edited, altered, transformed, or built upon without written permission. These videos may be used for professional development or public awareness, with appropriate citation. If you have questions about how to cite the videos or to request permission to use a video, please contact Dana Childress at dcchildress@vcu.edu.

 


Early Intervention in Action! – EI Video Library
Visit this site for a variety of freely available videos and video links about early intervention. This video library is a collaborative project of the Early Childhood/Early Intervention Community of Practice and the Virginia Early Intervention Professional Development Center. If you have a video to add to the library, please submit a link by email Dana Childress at dcchildress@vcu.edu.

 


What is Early Intervention in Virginia?

Video - Early Intervention: A Routines-Based Approach
Part 1: Traditional vs. RoutinesWhat is Early Intervention in Virginia?
VA's Integrated Training Collaborative

This video features Virginia service providers, families, and administrators as they describe early intervention. Video clips and photos are also featured to help viewers understand what early intervention looks like and why it works.

 

For guidance about how to use this video to explain early intervention, check out the following two resources:

 

Video - Early Intervention: A Routines-Based Approach
Part 1: Traditional vs. RoutinesEarly Intervention: A Routines-Based Approach
Part 1: Traditional vs. Routines
| Related Resource Page
VA's Integrated Training Collaborative

This is the first in a three part series of short videos featuring three current early intervention service providers sharing their insights into providing supports and services using a routines-based approach. Part 1 features an experienced interventionist sharing her personal journey from a clinical approach to one focusing on family routines and activities as the context for effective early intervention.


Video - Early Intervention: A Routines-Based Approach
Part 2: What Intervention Can (and Should) Look LikeEarly Intervention: A Routines-Based Approach
Part 2: What Intervention Can (and Should) Look Like
| Related Resource Page
VA's Integrated Training Collaborative

This is the second video in a three part series. Part 2 features three early interventionists discussing and demonstrating what intervention looks like when it is provided by collaborating with families during their natural routines and activities. 


Video - Early Intervention: A Routines-Based Approach
Part 3: Changing the Mindset Early Intervention: A Routines-Based Approach
Part 3: Changing the Mindset
| Related Resource Page


VA's Integrated Training Collaborative

This is the third video in a three part series. Part 3 features three early interventionists sharing their insights about how they evolved their practices towards a more effective, routines-based intervention approach.

 


Benefits of Early Intervention

 

Video - The Benefits of Early Intervention - Erin and ArloThe Benefits of Early Intervention – Erin & Arlo | Related Resource Page

Erin describes how early intervention has helped her son, Arlo, thrive.




Video - The Benefits of Early Intervention - Erin and ArloThe Benefits of Early Intervention – Kurt Kondrick | Related Resource Page

Kurt describes how well his daughter Chloe has adjusted with a solid foundation from early intervention.

 

 

Video Early Intervention Saved His LifeEarly Intervention Saved His Life | Related Resource Page

Carol describes how she believes that early intervention saved her son’s social-emotional life.

 

 


Liam's StoryLiam's Story, A Mother's Voice | Related Resource Page

Jamie, Liam's mother, reads a letter she wrote to the VA General Assembly about how important early intervention has been in her family's life. In the video, you will meet Jamie and Liam and see how, through collaboration between his family and his early intervention providers, Liam is able to communicate, use a computer, and move about at home, on trips to a museum and out to get ice cream with his family.

 

Brandon's StoryTelly AwardBrandon's Story, A Mother's Voice

Meet Brandon’s mother as she talks about the importance and impact of early intervention on her son’s life. You’ll also hear from Brandon, who is a teenager and talented musician.

 


Coaching

Coaching in ActionCoaching in Action

Integrated Training Collaborative
Partnership for People with Disabilities/VCU

 

This video features Robin, a speech-language pathologist, using a coaching interaction style with a mother during an early intervention visit. Robin uses observation, practice, reflection, feedback, and joint planning during this activity to help the mother learn intervention strategies she can use with her son.


Coaching a Family during an EI VisitCoaching a Family during an Early Intervention Visit

Integrated Training Collaborative
Partnership for People with Disabilities/VCU

 

This video features, Yvonnie, a developmental services provider, using a coaching interaction style with a mother during an early intervention visit. Yvonnie reviews the mother’s joint plan for helping her son learn to self-feed and pull-to-stand. She uses reflective questions to explore the family’s experience since the last visit.


Collaboration with Pediatricians

 

Video - Strategies to Support Collaboration

 

Strategies to Support Collaboration

 


Video - What are the Benefits of Early Intervention

 

What are the Benefits of Early Intervention

 

 

 

A Pediatrician Talks About Transition

 

 

Video - Collaboration with Pediatricians - success Stories

 

Collaboration with Pediatricians - Success Stories

 

 

Video - Discussing Developmental Concerns with Families

 

Discussing Developmental Concerns with Families

 

 

How Pediatric Practices Support Early Intervention

 

How Pediatric Practices Support Early Intervention

 

 

Video - What are the Benefits of Early Intervention

 

The Importance of Referring to Early Intervention

 

 


Great Ideas For Your Toolbox - Intervention Tips & Strategies

 

Video Using Parents' Cell Phone Video Cameras to Capture Intervention Strategies in ActionUsing Parents’ Cell Phone Video Cameras to Capture Intervention Strategies in Action | Related Resource Page

Belkis, a PT with the I&TC of Fairfax , describes how she uses parents’ cell phone video cameras to capture recordings of intervention strategies so that families have a video of how to use the strategy when she is not in the home.

 


IFSP Development

 

Benefits of Training in Developing Family Centered IFSP Outcomes VideoBenefits of Training in Developing Family-Centered IFSP Outcomes | Related Resource Page

Autumn, a local system manager, talks about her experience and the benefits to her local system that she noted following regional training in outcome development.

 

 

Video Jennifer Describing the IFSP and OutcomesJennifer Describing the IFSP and Outcomes | Related Resource Page

Hear how Jennifer, a developmental services provider from the I&TC of Virginia Beach, describes the IFSP and outcomes.

 

 

 

Video - Lilly Assessment VideoLily’s Assessment & IFSP Development

This video features an assessment and IFSP team conducting a real-world assessment and initial IFSP development meeting with Lily and her grandmother. The process used by the professional team members to summarize the assessment findings using the three OSEP child outcomes as a framework is highlighted. The open-ended questions used to facilitate the IFSP outcome development process are also highlighted.

 

To help trainers, faculty, and supervisors use this video for professional development, a Video Reflection Guide is also available, which includes summaries of the video sections and reflection questions which can be used to guide discussion.



Inclusive Practices

 

Two BoysInclusion in Action: Patty's Play Group | Related Resource Page

Alexandria, VA This video features an inclusive play group in Northern VA that is designed so that toddlers with and without disabilities and their families have fun together.

 

 

Inclusion Means Everyone VideoInclusion Means Everyone! | Related Resource Page

This 3 min video describes inclusion as a basic human right. Speakers focus on the importance of all children, from infancy on through adulthood, being fully included in all aspects of family and community life. This video was developed by VA's Integrated Training Collaborative at the Partnership for People with Disabilities at VCU as a project of the VA SpecialQuest Birth-5 Project.

 




Kaleidoscope Service Coordination Training

 

Benefits of Kaleidoscope VideoBenefits of the Kaleidoscope: New Perspectives in Service Coordination Training | Related Resource Page

Marissa, a service coordinator, discusses her perspectives on and the benefits of attending the Kaleidoscope service coordination trainings.

 

Benefits of Kaleidoscope II VideoKaleidoscope: New Perspectives in Service Coordination – Barbara talks about KI and KII | Related Resource Page

Barbara, a service coordinator, shares her thoughts about her experiences with attending both Levels I and II of the Kaleidoscope service coordination training.

 


Service Coordination

 

Video Charlie HouseThe Importance of Service Coordination – Charlie House | Related Resource Page

Hear how one father describes the support his family received from their service coordinator and the importance of this support to his family.


 

Video Early Intervention Saved His LifeEarly Intervention Saved His Life | Related Resource Page

Carol describes how she believes that early intervention saved her son’s social-emotional life.

 


 

Video How Service Coordinators Support Service ProvidersHow Service Coordinators Support Service Providers | Related Resource Page

Laura, a developmental services provider from the I&TC of Norfolk, describes the important role service coordinators play in supporting service providers on the IFSP team.


 


Virginia Early Intervention Professional Development Center