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Rosa Fernández Valero
Universidade do Minho
Portugal
http://orcid.org/0000-0002-7972-9608
Ana María Serrano
Universidade do Minho
Portugal
Robert Alexander McWilliam
Universidad de Alabama
Estados Unidos
Margarita Cañadas
Universidad Católica de Valencia
España
Vol. Extr., núm. 11 (2017) - XIV CIG-PP, XIV Congreso Psicopedagogía. Área 11: NECESIDADES EDUCATIVAS ESPECIALES, páginas 317-321
DOI: https://doi.org/10.17979/reipe.2017.0.11.3054
Enviado: sep 17, 2017 Publicado: dic 17, 2017
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Este trabajo pretende estudiar el nivel de empoderamiento de las familias en relación con la Calidad de los Servicios de Atención Temprana en España, donde en la actualidad se está viviendo una transformación en los modelos de intervención. La recogida de datos se esta llevando a cabo a través de la percepción de las familias receptoras de  estos servicios. Se están utilizando las siguientes herramientas: FOS (Early Childhood Outcomes Center, 2010); FES (Paul E. Koen, Neal DeChillo y Barbara J. Fieson, 1992), FSS (Dunst, Trivette y Jenkins, 1984) y Family FINESSE (McWilliam, 2015). Para llevar a cabo este trabajo, hemos desarrollado el Análisis Factorial Exploratorio de Family FINESSE. Así pues, presentamos los factores analizados en dicha escala, así como otros datos psicométricos de la misma.

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