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Video: Early Intervention Program

The New York State Department of Health Early Intervention Program is a helpful resource if you have concerns about a child’s development from birth to age three. This program is part of the national Early Intervention Program for infants and toddlers with disabilities and their families. Here’s Donna Noyes, the co-director of the Bureau of Early Intervention, with information about the program, the services they provide and who’s eligible for those services.

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Video: Early Intervention Steps

When a family has a concern about their child’s development, there is a process the Early Intervention Program will follow to get the child the assistance needed if he or she is eligible. Here’s Donna Noyes, the Co-Director of the Bureau of Early Intervention, with a detailed explanation of the Early Intervention Steps.

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New York State Early Intervention Resources

New York State Department of Health Early Intervention Program

The Early Intervention Program offers a variety of therapeutic and support services to eligible infants and toddlers with disabilities and their families.

eiFamilies

eiFamilies provides information, resources and support to families of young children at all levels of the Early Intervention Program. The eiFamilies website is part of the Family Initiative Coordination Services Project at the Just Kids Early Childhood Learning Center. The Family Initiative Coordination Services Project is sponsored by the New York State Department of Health Bureau of Early Intervention.