The Early Intervention Specialist: Education, Work Environment, Schedule, Commitment, and Discipline
An early intervention specialist is a professional who works with children from birth to three years old who have developmental delays or disabilities. They provide services and support to families to help the child reach their full potential. Early intervention specialists typically have a degree in social sciences and some type of certification from relevant organizations. Some states also require that they have a post-secondary Bachelors Degree in a relevant field.