Procedures used by qualified professional to determine a child’s initial and continuing eligibility for Early Intervention services.
A written plan including goals, Early Intervention services, and strategies for a child’s family/caregivers to assist the child in overcoming developmental delays.
Services to address the needs of an infant or toddler in the functions of daily living. It focuses on coordination of movement and self-help skills such as dressing, eating and sensory concerns.
Services to address the sensorimotor function of an infant or toddler with a disability through enhancement of motor development or restoration of strength and movement.
Provision of services to enhance both expressive and receptive communication skills. It may also include assistance with oral motor skills, feeding disorders, and referral to medical or other professional services necessary outside of Early Intervention services.
Activities carried out by a service coordinator to assist the child and the child’s family to benefit from their rights and procedural safeguards, to coordinate the services that are authorized, to monitor the child’s progress, and to provide community resources.
Activities that promote the acquisition of skills by a child with a developmental delay in a variety of developmental areas, including cognitive processes and social interaction. Working with the family of an infant or toddler with a deniability to enhance the child’s development.
Services that address deafness or hearing loss of an infant or toddler. It may include incorporating sign language or using a communication device. It also may include referral for medical or other services necessary for the habilitation or rehabilitation of hearing loss
Services to address specific visual disorders, delays and abilities. Communication skills training, orientation and mobility training for all natural environments. It may include referral for medical or other professional services necessary for the habilitation or rehabilitation of visual functioning disorders.