Inbox: Disappointed I am writing to express my disappointment in the early intervention issue from February 2014. I work in EI and I saw the issue as a cursory look, at best, accompanied by some statistical data. As practitioners who are exposed to a wide range of issues, we have a unique ... Inbox
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The ASHA Leader, April 2014, Vol. 19, 4. doi:10.1044/leader.IN1.19042014.4
The ASHA Leader, April 2014, Vol. 19, 4. doi:10.1044/leader.IN1.19042014.4
I am writing to express my disappointment in the early intervention issue from February 2014. I work in EI and I saw the issue as a cursory look, at best, accompanied by some statistical data. As practitioners who are exposed to a wide range of issues, we have a unique opportunity to explore an equally wide range of techniques to help families. Not only did the issue miss a chance to highlight the way EI staff work with other providers, but how important it is to educate families about how to become an advocate. I was initially very excited to read this issue, but I felt it did not live up to the hype on the cover.
Kate Bonci, Amesbury Mass.

The Leader has explored other aspects of early intervention in previous issues. Search “early intervention” at leader.pubs.asha.org for more.

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