Parent-mediated interventions for infants with Down syndrome
Parent-mediated interventions (PMIs) are becoming increasingly popular but the parents' role as the administrator of the intervention, specifically the parental fidelity to an intervention protocol (PF) has yet to be standardized. Early syndrome specific PMIs can influence many domains of development for infants with Down syndrome (DS); however, the impact of PMIs on object exploration for infants with DS has yet to be tested. The current study examined the impact of parental fidelity to a PMI protocol on object exploration skills in infants with DS. The sample for this study consisted of 37 ...
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