Evidence from systematic review indicates that parents can learn to implement naturalistic interventions leading to improved language skills in their children with disabilities
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Rakap S., & Rakap S. (2014). Parent-implemented naturalistic language interventions for young children with disabilities: A systematic review of single-subject experimental research studies. Educational Research Review, 13, 35–51. doi:10.1016/j.edurev.2014.09.001 Sources of funding and declaration of interests: David Trembath is supported by a NHMRC ECR Fellowship (GNT1071811). Q (1) What parent-implemented naturalistic language intervention approaches have been reported in the literature? (2) What are the attributes of study participants in these studies? (3) What are the characteristics of parent training programs? (4) What is the methodological quality of the studies? (5) What outcomes have been observed for parent and child participants with respect to skill acquisition, generalization, and maintenance?
Evidence-Based Communication Assessment and Intervention
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