This article provides a rationale for and description of the family-focused interview, a collaborative mechanism for family assessment and goal-setting in early intervention. Included are a description of skills believed necessary to conduct an effective interview and examples of the impact of the interview on interventionists and goals that are set for families and children.
The family-focused interview: A collaborative mechanism for family assessment and goal-setting
Winton, PJ., & Bailey, D. (1988). The family-focused interview: A collaborative mechanism for family assessment and goal-setting. Journal of Early Intervention, 12(3), 195-207. https://doi.org/10.1177/105381518801200301
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