About the Program
The Early Intervention Program is designed to meet the identified needs of children, birth through age two, and their families in promoting each child's development. The EI program offers home-based services that coach the parents on how best to facilitate their child's overall development. The Early Intervention Team is comprised of a variety of professionals with multi-disciplinary backgrounds. The team is comprised of a Developmental Specialist, EI RAFT Coordinator, Nurse, Occupational therapist, Physical Therapist, Speech-Language Pathologist, and Service Coordinators. Every child enrolled into the program will be assigned a Service Coordinator and Primary Service Provider. In order to receive Early Intervention services a child must be determined eligible for services. Once a child is determined eligible for services, and the Individualized Family Service Plan has been written, Early Intervention services can begin.