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Thank you for your patience as we transition from the Division of Management Services (DMS) to the Division of Public Health (DPH). For the most current program reports, please see links below:

FFY2019 Annual Performance Report (APR)
FFY2019 Regional Program Data
FFY2018 Revised Determinations per OSEP 12-24-2020
OSEP DMS Site Visit Findings Report 1-19-2021

Some information may be missing or outdated as we make this transition. Please stay tuned for website additions. If there are any questions or comments,
please contact our general mailbox at

See Public Notice for Public Comment link below to access directions for and a link to the FFY2021 Annual Part C Grant Application Under Part C of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA).

Who We Are

The Birth to Three Early Intervention Program helps families meet the needs of their infants and toddlers with a significant developmental delay or disability

Each family who is referred to the program has a Family Service Coordinator to help with the process of an evaluation to determine eligibility and, if eligible, a child assessment and family-directed assessment.

A plan, called an Individual Family Service Plan (IFSP), is developed by the family and the team for eligible child and their family. It is based on the identified strengths, needs and goals of the child and family and supports the child's learning and development.

Early intervention services are provided in places where children usually play or take part in daily activities.

Referrals can be made by a parent, physician, childcare providers, family members or anyone concerned about a child's development.

For more family information click here

For professional resources click here

Public Notice for Public Comment

FFY2021 Annual Grant Application Notice.



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