ecomap


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ecomap

(ˈiːkəʊˌmæp)
n
a diagram showing the links between an individual and his or her community
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When early interventionists observe a resistance or shyness from parents with regards to discussing family life, they may ask more specific questions utilizing the ECOMAP. This strategy coupled with positive regard for the family creates an opportunity to break down the walls of communication that can be present.
Navigating such complex and demanding work can be facilitated by utilizing relevant assessment tools and models (Mahoney, 2010), one of which is Wright and Leahey's (1999) 15 minute family interview that includes an ecomap and genogram.
First, the genogram and ecomap were developed, which provided the ability to synthesize and provide visibility to ways that the support networks of the child with VI--are organized, and to evaluate the family structure, showing who is part of it, the quality of their relationships, and the meanings produced in their context (15).
A genogram and ecomap can be useful tools to capture contextual history graphically and can be amended fairly easily during future consultations as more details emerge.
Multiracial students may explore all sides of their heritage and form a positive sense of self by using interventions such as a genogram or ecomap (Dhooper, 2003, Gibbs, 1989).
Importantly, a script was used during the interview, which contained guiding questions relative to the objective of the study besides the construction of the genogram and ecomap. After the consent, the interviews were recorded in MP3 player, in order to capture accurately their statements.
The Ecomap displays the strength of relationships in a network.
Exploration of children's networks was made using an ecomap (Heptinstall et al, 2001).
We leveraged Oakland's ecosystem mapping process, ECOMAP (Figure 1), to allow us to efficiently evaluate and connect to an entire world of possibilities.
Construct a goal-oriented ecomap, including a "diabetes environment."
Later, an Ecological Classification and Mapping Task Team (ECOMAP) was formed to develop a consistent approach to ecosystem classification and mapping at multiple geographic scales.
We also gathered data for this study through ecomaps. The ecomap (or ecological map) was developed to depict a family's or individual's experience within an environment or domain.