By Amanda Morin
If your child is under age 3, getting an evaluation for early intervention services involves a multidisciplinary team of professionals. Each member plays an important role in assessing your child’s strengths and needs.
A parent advocate and former teacher, Amanda Morin is the proud mom of kids with learning and attention issues and the author of The Everything Parent’s Guide to Special Education.
Kristen L. Hodnett, M.S.Ed.
Jul 09, 2014
Jul 09, 2014
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