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Position Statement EARLY CHILDHOOD SERVICES The National Association of School Psychologists believes that services for young children should

By Focus On and All Young Children

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be coordinated, prevention-oriented and relevant to all young children, and grounded in evidencebased practice. NASP believes services should be linked to important goals for all young children and evaluated for effectiveness on a routine basis to ensure children, programs, and systems of care are making meaningful progress toward those goals. NASP recognizes that important skills in early childhood often bridge multiple developmental domains (social, motor, communication, cognitive, and early academic) and therefore emphasizes the identification of functional and generative skills that can be assessed and targeted for intervention across a number of contexts relevant to the everyday lives of children (Slentz & Hyatt, 2008). NASP also recognizes that important cultural and linguistic differences exist that may alter skill sequences, family priorities, and decisions about what skills require intervention

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Year: 2011
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