The Early Intervention Program provides services to infants and toddlers between birth and three years of age who have been determined eligible for services. Early Intervention services include; however are not limited to, evaluations and assessments, development and review of Individualized Family Support Plans, specialized instruction, identifying available service providers; and transitioning to preschool services.
Each child in the Early Intervention Program is assigned a service coordinator. The coordinator works to ensure all services are appropriate and the family has information regarding available supports.
Participation by the family is highly encouraged. One of the goals of the Early Intervention Program is to equip family members with knowledge of how to structure daily activities to benefit the child and his or her area of delay. Opportunities are provided throughout the year for families to meet other families in the area and build support networks.