Legal intervention in truancy cases has focused on the notion of parental responsibility.
These interventions focus on at-risk groups such as single, adolescent mothers and families of children with early behavior problems.
Spiritual interventions focus on developing a sense of meaning, purpose and hope for the person in their current life experience.
However, the implication is that intervention should focus on the prevention or early treatment of the disorder.
That is, current interventions focused on undoing psychological damage once it passed a critical point.
Further interventions focus on support and education for the individual and caregivers.
Behavioral intervention for adults focuses on assistance with organizational skills and healthy relationships.
Behavioral interventions will focus on voice exercises, relaxation strategies, and techniques that can be used to support breath.
Some interventions focus specifically on increasing caregiver sensitivity in foster parents.
Such interventions focus programmatic energy, resources and time on shared school and student goals.