Video Interaction Project


The Video Interaction Project (VIP) is an evidence-based parenting program for parents of infants and young children that takes place in the pediatric clinic on days of routine well-child visits. At each session, families meet individually with an interventionist for approximately 30 minutes. Through the use of videotaping and developmentally-appropriate toys, books, and resources, VIP helps provide parents with tools for using pretend play, shared reading, and daily routines as opportunities for strengthening early development and literacy in their children.

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