Early Intervention - Ages Birth to 3

The DD  Early Intervention Program is for children age birth to 3 who show  evidence of a developmental delay. Emphasis is placed on working closely with the family, acting as a resource and consultant for the parents.

An Early  Intervention Specialist supports each child and family enrolled in the  program. This is a professional position requiring a minimum of a  Bachelor's degree in a related early childhood field and an additional  20 semester hours of training in child development, disabilities, family dynamics and assessments. P3170497a

Parents are regarded as the primary teacher for their children. In addition to the Early Intervention  Specialist, other professionals who may provide services are: Speech  Language Therapist, Occupational Therapist, Physical Therapist, Nursing  and others as needed or requested.

Parents and staff together decide  how the baby or toddler is developing, what may be needed to help and  put together a plan of service called the Individual Family Service Plan (IFSP).

The Early Intervention program  works in collaboration with other county agencies such as Help Me Grow  and Project Child to provide comprehensive services for families.

Early Intervention is a program provided by Logan County DD, which is  publicly funded through local tax levies, state and federal revenue  sources.


Click here for an excellent video on Early Recognition of Child Developmental Problems

Click here for a good video on Evidence Based Early Intervention




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