We used a multiple-probe single-case design to determine whether there was a functional relation between peer-delivered, technology-enhanced, performance-based feedback (TEPF) and early intervention (EI) providers’ use of family engagement strategies and embedded learning opportunities. Participants included three coaches, three EI providers, three caregivers, and three children receiving EI services. Results suggest that although peer-delivered, TEPF did increase some of the EI providers’ practices, we did not observe a functional relation. Implications for future EI research and practice are discussed.
- birth to 3
- early intervention
- embedded learning opportunities
- family engagement
- Part C