The Intervention Services Division provides services for developmentally delayed and physically handicapped children from birth through age 5.
Provides information and referral services to assist families of physically challenged or chronically ill children from birth through age 21 years. Assists families by providing information about resources appropriate for children with special needs.
Early Intervention evaluates children from birth through 2 years of age for developmental delays. If eligible for services, the Early Intervention program provides speech, occupational, and physical therapy, nutrition, social work and other services as appropriate.
The Maternal and Infant Community Health Collaborative (MICHC) is a grant funded program aimed at improving the health and well-being of high need women throughout their reproductive life years and improving birth outcomes.
Preschool special education provides specially planned individual or group instructional services or programs for eligible children, from ages 3 to 5 years, who have a disability that affects their learning. These services are funded by local municipalities as well as by state funds and are provided at no cost to the family.