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Chen., D.& Klein, M.D., (2008). Home-visit early intervention practices with families and their infants who have multiple disabilities. In C.A. Peterson, L. Fox, & P. Blasco (Eds.).Early intervention for infants and toddlers and their families: Practices and outcomes.  Young Exceptional Children Monograph Series, No. 10. (pp.. 60-74). Longmont, CO:  Sopris West.

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A review of the research on home visiting in early intervention services to infants and toddlers with disabilities and their families identifies key issues and challenges in providing effective family-centered services. The article also presents a conceptual framework for guiding home visit services based on the context- family and program variables- to address the complex needs of children and families.

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Chen, D., Klein, M.D, & Minor, L. (2009). Interdisciplinary perspectives in early intervention.Professional development in multiple disabilities through distance education. Infants & Young Children,22. 146-155.

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This article reviews the research on professional development of early intervention service providers. It examines the effectiveness of distance education methods to provide a three unit course that addressed home visiting, parent-child communication, sensory processing disorders, physical disabilties development, visual impairments, hearing loss, and embedding objectives within daily routines.

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Chen, D. (2009). Guiding principles in early intervention: Implications for practice. In E. Trief & R. Shaw (Eds.). Everyday activities to promote visual efficiency. A handbook for working with young children with visual impairments. New York: AFB Press.

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This chapter discusses evidence-based practices in providing early interention services and considerations for practitioners providing family-centered services to families and their infants and toddlers who have visual impairments.

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Chen, D. (2013). Inclusion of children with special needs in diverse early care settings. In E.A. Virmani & P.L. Mangione (Eds.). Infant/toddler caregiving: A guide to culturally sensitive care (2nd. ed.,pp. 25-40). Sacramento, CA: California Department of Education

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A discussion of diverse perspectives on disability; early intervention terminology, eligibility and intervention; gathering and sharing information with families; and evidence-based and recommended practices in early intervention.

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