The Routines-Based Model Internationally Implemented


Professionals from 10 countries are implementing practices from the Routines-Based Model, which has three main components: needs assessment and intervention planning, a consultative approach, and a method for running classrooms. Its hallmark practices are the Routines-Based Interview, support-based visits with families, and a focus on child engagement. Implementers were interested in actual practices for putting philosophy and theory into action in their systems and cultures. We describe implementation challenges and successes and conclude that (a) models have to be adaptable, (b) some principles and practices are indeed universal, (c) we can shape excellent practices for international use, and (d) leadership is vital.

routines, intervention planning, collaborative consultation, international, implementation, EARLY INTERVENTION, ICF-CY, ADMINISTRATORS, PERSPECTIVES, CHILDREN, LINKAGE, RISK, Environmental Sciences, Public, Environmental & Occupational Health
McWilliam, R., Boavida, T., Bull, K., Cañadas, M., Hwang, A.-W., Józefacka, N., Lim, H., Pedernera, M., Sergnese, T., & Woodward, J. (2020). The Routines-Based Model Internationally Implemented. In International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health (Vol. 17, Issue 22, p. 8308). MDPI AG.