Learn about services children 3 through 5 can get through Early Childhood Special Education (ECSE).
If your child is receiving ECI services, you have options for her care and services once she turns 3.
Learn about the services Head Start provides for 3- to 5-year-old children with disabilities, and their families.
Learn about these key services for families of children with disabilities and developmental delays from birth to age three, and how to get them.
Learn about Early Head Start and the services it offers.
When your child needs help due to a medical issue, home health services may be the answer.
Find out if your child can attend prekindergarten (pre-k) and who to contact for this service.
Learn how to request a special education evaluation for a child who is beginning or already in kindergarten, and how the process of getting services works.
Learn how to plan a smooth transition from home to ECSE.
There are some charter schools for preschool-aged children. They may be an option for you.
Choosing the right learning environment is important to help your child get the most from ECSE.
An overview of what happens when you refer your child to be evaluated for special education services.
Learn how ECI will help you with the transition into ECSE.
Make a smooth transition after you and your child leave Early Head Start.
Information about how public schools work with Early Childhood Intervention to serve infants and toddlers who have vision impairment, hearing loss, or deafblindness.
Learn how to make the move from the hospital to home easier.
You’re home from the hospital, but your child still needs help. Here’s what ECI can provide.
Read about the Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP).
Resources and information about programs and services for families with young children who are deaf or hard of hearing.
Here’s what you need to know about getting in-home private therapy services for your child.
Learn tips for arranging to get Durable Medical Equipment for your child.