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Individual Academic Course in
Early Childhood Intervention Disorders and Disabilities

Presentation

Early Childhood Intervention is a fairly new area of intervention dedicated to responding to the needs of children between 0 and 6 years old who have developmental problems or who are at risk of developing them. It helps to integrate these children in their surroundings. This type of intervention not only involves the child but also the family and school.

This course provides fundamental information about childhood development, possible risk factors, and key points about how to use Early Childhood Intervention to allow children to achieve optimal development. This course is kept current by including information about alternative or complementary therapies alongside more traditional methods.

10 ECTS Credits

120 hours

Syllabus

1. EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT AND INTERVENTION BETWEEN 0 AND 6 YEARS OLD

1.1 Early Childhood Intervention
1.2 Foundations of Childhood Development

2. RISK FACTORS, DISABILITIES AND DISORDERS IN CHILDREN BETWEEN 0 AND 6 YEARS OLD

2.1 Main Risk Factors
2.2 Prevention Factors
2.3 The Diagnosis
2.4 Classifying Disabilities and Disorders

3. EARLY CHILDHOOD INTERVENTION

3.1 Evaluation
3.2 Early Childhood Intervention
3.3 Intervention in Specific Populations
3.4 Play
3.5 Case Study

4. CONTEXTUALISED INTERVENTION AND ALTERNATIVE THERAPIES

4.1 Contextualised Intervention
4.2 Complementary or Alternative Interventions

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Duration: 6 months
FREE enrollment
Personal Tutor support
Minimum completion time: 30 days
Self-paced learning: no time-tracking or fixed exam dates

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