Services for Children Birth-3
If your child is between the ages of birth to 3 and has been diagnosed with a disability or is at risk for a delay they he or she may be eligible for early intervention services. Early intervention services can be an important part of your child's development. It is important to quickly address any difficulties your child may be experiencing. So don't be afraid to seek out services for your child. The sooner you seek services, the sooner you can assist your child in addressing the delay.
The following questions will help you explore the world of early intervention.
- What is Early Intervention and how do I get services?
- What is an Individual Family Service Plan (IFSP) and Developmental Assessment?
- What are the service settings for Early Intervention?
- What types of professionals and providers might be working with my child?
- How will I afford Early Intervention?
- What if I disagree with the Developmental Assessment or Individual Family Service Plan (IFSP)?
- What does it mean to transition to an Early Childhood program?