Early Intervention

What are Early Intervention supports and services?

  • May 20th, 2011
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Early Intervention (EI) supports and services are provided at no cost to families. EI services may include: information on how children develop skills and abilities; education and support for the parent/caregiver, and specific developmental therapies designed for their child. EI provides ideas for how a family can help their child at home as well as in the community, and is individualized to enhance both growth and learning. If a child is attending an early care/education setting, EI teachers/therapists/specialists can assist the early childhood staff with strategies to promote the child’s development. EI can also assist families in finding and linking to a variety of community services and supports.

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