ERIC Number: ED209782
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1981-Mar-18
Reference Count: 0
Family Training Program for Atypical Infants and Children. The Third Year Report.
Cantalician Center for Learning, Buffalo, NY.
The final report describes the Cantalician Center for Learning's Family/Infant Program, a 3 year demonstration project to enhance the growth and well being of developmentally disabled and at risk infants by helping family members become more effective caregivers and teachers. The first section covers the target population, provides a brief history, and outlines a statement of philosophy. The second section reviews the program and a variety of program outcomes and products. Separate subsections address the Center Program, Satellite Centers, and the Specialized Family Program. Noted among the program products are a family orientation notebook, a family oriented curriculum, and family program activites. A final section discusses procedures and contains tables and forms on collecting data relating to changes in program participants. Documents from all program areas are appended. Included are brochures, papers, policy and procedure statements, forms, evaluation materials, examples of various curricula, and dissemination products. The bulk of the document consists of evaluation forms such as the Family/Infant Program Developmental Checklist which assesses gross motor, fine motor, cognitive, language, and social/emotional skills. (SB)
Publication Type: Reports - Evaluative; Numerical/Quantitative Data; Tests/Questionnaires
Education Level: N/A
Sponsor: Office of Special Education (ED), Washington, DC.
Authoring Institution: Cantalician Center for Learning, Buffalo, NY.
Identifiers: At Risk (for Handicap)