Kereki Judit:

The State of Early Childhood Intervention and Opportunities for Development in Hungary.

2020/2 | #Children’s Pathway #early childhood intervention #family centred services #interdisciplinary team #services system | DOI: 10.31287/FT.en.2020.2.4

The ways in which early childhood intervention is interpreted create the context in which structural problems may be identified and improvements made. Observing international trends and integrating elements of functioning systems from abroad into the national model in Hungary provides an opportunity to develop a more effectively functioning system for early childhood intervention in this country. In the present study, I will discuss a project targeting the cross-sectoral development of early childhood intervention in Hungary that builds upon international experience as well as on previous research and development. Besides identifying a unified, integrated and clear-cut Children’s Pathway in the system, the project also establishes the foundations of a system that is based on the work of a coordinated, integrated, interdisciplinary team