Early Intervention provides services under the federal Individuals with Disabilities Act (IDEA): Part C. Click here to learn more.
Early Intervention for families with children ages birth to three who are experiencing developmental delays or have a diagnosed medical condition that puts them at risk for developing a developmental delay. Services are delivered through a family-centered, coordinated system and may include speech and language therapy, vision and audiology testing, physical therapy, occupational therapy, specialized developmental education and more.
For more information, call 888-5229 ext. 141 or click here to email Children’s Integrated Services Program Manager.
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