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Infant/Toddler Early Intervention
Early Intervention Service Coordination
The Service Coordinator is the family’s primary contact with the program and has a number of responsibilities. The Service Coordinator can:
Notify you of opportunities to take part in community activities with other children and families.
Tell you about community resources that may benefit you and your family.
Provide information about local support groups and parent networks.
Screen and track children who are at-risk for developmental delays.
Coordinate initial and ongoing evaluations and assessments of your child and family.
Help you identify and get early intervention services and supports on your child's service plan.
Support the timely delivery of early intervention services.
Help you in identify service providers and facilitate communication between you and service providers.
Coordinate and monitor the delivery of early intervention services.
Monitor the progress of your child's IFSP outcomes.
Help you deal with medical and health services your child needs or receives.
Facilitate the development of a transition plan when your child reaches age 3.
What are EI Services and Supports?
You and Your Service Coordinator
Transition at Age 3
Provider & Parent Involvement
Cross Systems Collaboration
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