Honoring Family Culture in Early Intervention - Part 2: Max's Story

This two-part video series describes and illustrates how Amigo Baby, an early intervention program in Ventura, California, provides virtual home visiting services that are culturally and linguistically sensitive and responsive to Latinx families, including both Spanish-speaking and migrant indigenous families who speak Mixteco. The videos include insightful interviews with the program director, an early interventionist, an occupational therapist, and parents along with illustrative recordings of virtual home visits.

Part 2: Max's Story expands on the themes introduced in Part 1 and describes socio-economic and cultural challenges frequently faced by migrant indigenous families, strategies for supporting a family’s basic needs, recruiting practitioners who are a part of a family’s community, and using technologies that meet a family’s needs and resources.

Reflective Questions to Accompany the "Honoring Family Culture in Early Intervention" Videos

Honoring Family Culture in Early Intervention - Part 1: Isai and Eliel's Story