Being Agreeable? A Critical Examination of Communication Among IP Groups in Early Intervention

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In New Zealand each child with an inclusive early intervention programme is supported by a group of adults: the child’s parent(s), teachers, early intervention specialists, and education support worker (teacher-aide). The group’s joint task is to prepare an individual plan […]

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