The authors argue that therapy is best provided within daily routines and settings, and offer guidelines for achieving this. They also outline the benefits to families, children and therapists of therapists working in the child's natural environment. The importance of collaborating with the family in identifying and achieving outcomes is stressed. Keywords: Inclusion, Pre-school aged
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Therapy in Natural Environments: the Means and Goal for Early Intervention?
Hanft BE, Pilkington KO
Infants and Young Children, Vol.12, 2000: 1-13
Aspen Publishers Inc.
22 May 2005