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How do dads fit in? Engaging fathers in family-centered early intervention services for children

04:17 EDT 2 Aug 2017 | Medical Xpress

Early intervention services for children with disabilities or developmental delays are focused on being family centered and are ideally conducted in the home setting. Even so, fathers—custodial or noncustodial—are often left out of the process.

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