Partners in Communication
Mallory Mast mallorymast@gmail.com Jen Kudsin kudsinj1@msu.edu
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This document is a resource list provided at the 2010 Annual Early On Conference/Workshop titled, "Partners in Communication". The PowerPoint presentation accompanies this piece. Presenters included three students from Michigan State University and two parent partners.

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Partners In Communication

  1. 1. Partners in Communication Mallory Mast mallorymast@gmail.com Jen Kudsin kudsinj1@msu.edu Lindsay Reilly reillyli@msu.edu Laura Last Name laurasnowbird@ameritech.net Victoria Meeder meeder_v@ccresa.org Journals Bruce, M., DiVenere, N., & Bergeron, C. (1998). Preparing students to understand and honor families as partners. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 7, 85-94. Crais, E.R., Roy, V.P., & Free, K. (2006). Parents' and professionals' perceptions of the implementation of family- centered practices in child assessments. American Journal of Speech Language Pathology, 15, 365-377. Crais, E. (1993). Families and professionals as collaborators in assessment. Topics in Language Disorders, 14, 29- 40. Hidecker Cooley, M. J., Jones, R.S., Imig, D.R., & Villarruel, F.A. (2009).Using family paradigms to improve evidence-based practice. American Journal of Speech- Language Pathology, 18, 212-221. Madsen, W.C. (2009). Collaborative helping: A practice framework for family-centered services. Family Process, 48, 103-116. Rush, D.D., Shelden, M.L., & Hanft, B.E. (2003). Coaching families and colleagues. Infants & Young Children, 16, 1, 33-47. Shannon, P. (2004). Barriers to family centered services to infants and toddlers with developmental delays. Social Work, 49(2), 301-308. Trute, B. & Hiebert-Murphy, D. (2007). The implications of “working alliance” for the measurement and evaluation of family-centered practice in childhood disability services. Infants & Young Children, 20, 2, 109-119. Winton, P., & DiVenere, N. (1995) Family-professional partnerships in early intervention personnel preparation: Guidelines and strategies. Topics in Early Childhood Special Education, 15, 296-313. Woods, J.J. & Lindeman, D. P. (2008), Gathering and giving information with families. Infants and Young children, 21, 272-284. Websites American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. (2008). Roles and Responsibilities of Speech-Language Pathologists in Early Intervention: Guidelines. http://www.asha.org Communicating Partners: Helping parents help children. Programs for parents, therapists, and educators. Created by Dr. James D MacDonald http://jamesdmacdonal.org Early On Michigan Website http://www.1800earlyon.org Books Donahue-Kilburg, G. (1992). Family- centered early intervention for communication disorders: Prevention and treatment. Gaithersburg, MD: Aspen. Dunst, C., Trivette, C., & Deal, A. (1988). Enabling and empowering families. Cambridge, MA: Brookline.

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