The effects of Smart Start on young children with disabilities & their families: Final report
An evaluation of the Smart Start initiative?s influence on infants, toddlers, and preschoolers with disabilities and their families, addressing inclusive programming access and quality, coordination and integration of services in inclusive settings, and family perceptions regarding inclusion and early intervention services
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Bringing the community into the process: Issues and promising practices for involving parents and business in local Smart Start partnerships [Executive summary]
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Promoting positive parent-child relationships through Early Head Start home visits