Dignity Principle

Respect the individuality of the child and cultural, social and educational differences of each family.

-          deal with the client in each situation according to principles of partnership

-          the area for out-patient programme is equipped and designed so that it will not offend the client and will not decrease his/her dignity

-          documentation is kept with regards to clients’ dignity


Protection of Client’s Privacy Principle

During the in home consultation the worker of early intervention service steps only into the areas, where he/she is allowed by the client. 

-          All the client’s information are provided only with the client’s approval

-          Client’s documentation is to be handled as confidential 


Procuration Principle

The worker respects the client’s right to qualified and objective information in an amount that will be given by the right and responsibility of the client to make decisions on him/herself.

-          When planning and evaluating the early intervention services programme, the parents are members of the interdisciplinary team

-          Early intervention services support the legal awareness of families and fellowship of the client groups 

 

Independence Principle

Early intervention services support the parents and children to find and use own sources and abilities to cope with the situation in which they are.

-          Client services are granted in a way, so that they will not make the family dependent on any educational institution or establishment, where the services are independent and divided contextually, financially and personally.  

Team Approach and Service Comprehensiveness Principle

Cooperation of external and internal members in the interdisciplinary team and their mutual know-how brings in the end qualitative, time and economic advantages for the client as well as the society.

-          The client is invited to decisive meetings

 

Natural Setting Principle

The predominant part of the services to clients (according to workplace specialization) is granted in a natural setting of the child i.e. in the family.

-          The services of early intervention select such methods, which support the natural setting in the family and community of the child, where there is only special things, that are only needed

-          The worker set the in home consultations in a way, so that he/she fully respects the natural rhythm and running  of the family

The Right of Choice Principle

Client can decide on accepting or declining of the offered services.

-     Services of early intervention are conceived based on co-determination of service selection and making up of individual plan.

 
Continuity of Care Principle

Within the termination of care the client is informed about the consecutive services and is offered mediation of the services in the region.

-          Services of Early intervention support social integration-inclusion of the child and his/her family within the community and region