Respectful Intervention: Reframing 'Wants Something Time.'

When we think of the concept Magda Gerber referred to as wants nothing time, whether in a parent infant class or when dealing with a child at home, we register moments of non-assumptive observation, the visual referencing and refueling for both parties during the play time that is child-chosen activity - in essence, a time for allowing. When we think about what Magda referred to as wants something time, we register the adult orchestrating a relational dyad - the adult and child embarking on the task at hand. This might include diapering, feeding or a time for initiating another type of activity together. In the almost two decades of my providing Early Intervention sessions to clients, parent

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