Free online training: Early intervention focused on the family and natural environments


Ms. Mª Isabel Pérez Sánchez has a degree in Philosophy and Educational Sciences (Pedagogy). Doctor in Educational Sciences. Speech therapist. Education expert with the Social Services Management of the Junta de Castilla y León. She has carried out her teaching and research work as a professor of Speech Therapy at UPSA since 1986. Invited professor at USAL. She is the author of several publications on different disabilities. She belongs to a research group financed by the JCyL. Technical advisor of the support group for the implementation of a new model of Early Intervention for the Social Services Management of the JCyL.

Training Objectives

Learn about the evolution of Early Intervention services.

Know the bases and theoretical principles of the Family Centred Model and in natural environments.

Understand the family as an agent that enhances learning and support.

Learn to identify the natural learning opportunities that arise in daily routines.

Training content

  • Evolution of Early Intervention services. Where do we come from where are we going?
  • Good practices that should be incorporated into Early Intervention. Evidence-Based Practices
  • The family in Early Intervention. Differences between the Clinical Model vs Family Centred Model.
  • Principles and bases of the Family Centred Model and its life project.
  • Educational environment. Importance of daily routines in learning. Benefit of routines in children with ASD.
  • Information collection tools for intervention in the environment.
  • Creation and implementation of a programme in natural environments that favour autonomy and participation through routines.


Sunday,8 May 2022 10.30 a.m. to 1.30 p.m.

Sunday,15 May 2022 10.30 a.m. to 1.30 p.m.


Five hours (2 hours and 30 minutes in each session)

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A certificate of completion of the course will be issued