AFIRM for Toddlers

AFIRM for Toddlers Introduction (same module as above but opens in a new browser window)

AFIRM for Toddlers

AFIRM for Toddlers are a set a of modules developed in collaboration with the Early Childhood Technical Assistance Center for early interventionists working with toddlers, families, and early care providers. Please note that these module work best in Firefox and Chrome.

NI for Toddlers

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Naturalistic Intervention (NI) is an evidence-based practice (EBP) consisting of a collection of techniques and strategies that are embedded in typical activities and/or routines in which the toddler participates to naturally promote, support, and encourage target skills/behaviors.

Time to complete:
This module will take approximately 2-3 hours to complete.

PII for Toddlers

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Parent-Implemented Intervention (PII) is an EBP that involves coaching parents or family members to deliver an intervention to their toddler within daily routines that promotes the toddler’s target skills/behaviors (Dubay et al., 2019).

Time to complete:
This module will take approximately 2-3 hours to complete.

R for Toddlers

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Reinforcement (R) is an evidence-based practice in which an arranged consequence occurs after a targeted skill or behavior that increases the use of that skill or behavior in the future (Aspy & Grossman, 2007; Henry & Myles, 2007).

Time to complete:
This module will take approximately 2-3 hours to complete.

VS for Toddlers

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Visual Supports can be used to increase target skills or behaviors of toddlers in the domains of academic, adaptive, behavior, cognitive, communication, joint attention, motor, play, school readiness, and social.

Time to complete:
This module will take approximately 3 hours to complete.